a short by Micheal Marczewski in which stock footage clips are extrapolated into CG environments. Also, there’s a cave of boobs.
Une Tete Disparait – a short by French director Franck Dion that explores the difficult subject of dementia (with no little elegance and empathy) though the story of a train journey to the seaside taken by the elderly protagonist, Jacqueline.
A short by director Sam Lane set on an isolated cactus farm in the west where plucky heroine Cowgirl Rose sets out to halt the ravages of the elusive Ax Man.
Several Greek myths pared down to their geometric essence by Chris Guyot, John Poon and Stephen Kelleher who sez:
ˇThe challenge was to communicate these complex stories in the most minimal way possible while retaining their essence. By having each vignette loop seamlessly, the timeless and perennial nature of these stories are reinforced.
More information on the myths featured here.
A short by Manchester based Sois de Traca animation collective for The Barbican’s Art Of Change project in which a group of animals organise to make themselves heard by teh stoopid hoomins.
A very impressive short from Animade, commissioned by WeTransfer telling the emotive story of a father striving to do what he thinks is right.
Still images of water photographed by Ray Collins, transformed into mesmerising animated cinemagraphs by Rotterdam-based photographer Armand Dijcks.
Full screen for optimum effect.
A short by Spanish animator Marc Briones and Alan Carabantes featuring a lovelorn but luckless chameleon who attempts to impress his crush on the subway.
A short by London-based animation director Cézar Pelizer featuring a man looking high and low for the meaning of life.
A very accomplished looking short from New York School Of Visual Arts students Andy Tai and Eduardo Enriquez featuring a gory confrontation between a local thug and a mysterious stranger in a saloon.