Papiroflexia

Papiroflexia (Spanish for “Origami”) is the animated tale of Fred, a chubby man with a passion for paper folding, who wants to change the world with his art. It was originally written as a poem by Joaquin Baldwin, and later developed into an animated film at
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HUNGU

The filmmaker combines 2D animation on a graphics tablet with the warmth of sand animation, thus uniting modernity and tradition, Brazil and Africa, music and memory. Sparse in design and humanist in its outlook, Hungu exudes the elegance and suggestive power of a

REACH

Originally from the island of Tasmania, Luke Randall is a director/animator currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Luke has been fortunate enough to work on CG TV series, video game cinematic and animated feature films over the past couple of years and has

SEBASTIAN’S VOODOO (2008)

Joaquin Baldwin is an Annie Award nominee director and animator from Paraguay. Living in Los Angeles, he is now finishing his MFA in animation at UCLA. He has received over 50 international awards for his animated films Sebastian's Voodoo and Papiroflexia, and

SLEEPING BETTY

Sleeping Betty is the Perrault classic done with Claude Cloutier's sharp pen. His detailed drawings in Indian ink conjure up caricature and Victorian engravings in a disjointed, anachronistic and playful setting.

Ana Tautu: Universal Language

Project started in college and inspired from the chinese writing system: a flexible language formed from various pictograms and ideograms.

FORMING GAME

The result of several months of interplay between animation filmmaker Malcolm Sutherland and composer and musician Luigi Allemano, Forming Game is an engaging dance of shape and sound. Includes musical cadenza by Ravi Shankar.