Posts Tagged: Animation
After hitting it big with their first stop-motion animation in 2010, called Zero, the film-making husband and wife duo Christopher and Christine Kezelos have returned in 2011 with another fantastic stop-motion short called The Maker. The movie presents a strange little creature that strives to make the most important and beautiful creation of its life.
Birdboy is a fantastic short movie, that tells the story of a strange friendship between Birdboy and Dinky, two inhabitants of a city filled with pollution and prejudice. The film is directed by Pedro Rivero and Alberto Vázquez, based upon the graphic novel
This creative short film was created by OpusBou, an Argentinian based animation studio. It tells a story of your average John Doe, that goes through his daily routine in a world where people are seen as disposable objects, performing day to day chores. A brilliant
Ormie is a Pig, in every sense of the word. Pig see cookie. Pig want cookie. But they are out of reach...or are they? See Ormie's attempts to gain the warm sweet taste that is his obsession.
Sumo Science broke the world record with its bigest stop-motion animation. The project was shot entirely with a 12-megapixel cellphone camera
on a nokia N8 and it was set on 11,000 m2 of sand on South Wales' Pendine Beach.
Here is Pixar's new film project entitled "Brave". This project seems more dark and mature than the previous films released and should be released June 22, 2012 in theaters in 3D. But for now, enjoy the trailer!
With this very cute animated film called Seedling, the creative Tao Lee manages to create an universe and a poem about the cycle of nature. The main character is a little person born of a flower.
Directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos, Zero is an animated stop-motion tracing the history of a zero oppressed in a world full of numbers. Enjoy this visually mesmerizing 12 minutes short movie!