Tag Archives: Animation

Totoro, Catbus, Kaonashi, Ponyo and other characters from Studio Ghibli animations deftly inserted into real world scenes by South Korean video editor Kojer (who explains all the tech in the second video).



Do you have kids?

Do they like drawing things?

They may love the Animagination Festival at the Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, County Kildare during Easter weekend.

Eric writes:

We’re once again running our Animagination Festival; celebrating all things books, illustration, and animation. The festival will run from Friday, April 14 to Monday April 17 which may be of interest to your readers with young children.

As always, the events have been kept as reasonable as possible in terms of pricing to make it as accessible as possible for families. Screenings cost €4 per ticket right across the board.

In fairness.

Animagination Festival

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Sploid’s Rhett Jones sez:

Robert Zemeckis has been hit or miss for almost two decades. But in the eighties, he was on fire. Along with Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is just one of those movies that remains great no matter how many years pass and its technical achievements are still a marvel. But why does it work so well?


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A compilation of sumptuousness from Disney by film editor Jorge Luengo Ruiz: 79 years of hand-drawn and latterly computer aided animation from Snow White And The Seven Dwarves (1937) to Moana (2016).





Diarmuid Hayes writes:

You might like this short animation about the secret lives of laptops that won the judges prize at the Firehouse Film Contest [Dublin-based competition for new short films]  on Sunday…


A sadly-unloved short from August of this year, from the good folk of Cork web-development magnates Double Marvellous.

The lads at Scumland Com get a new student.

Maxin’ and relaxin’.

Double Marvellous

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A new video by young animation company Ecluna Productions in Donaghmeade, Co Dublin, for Valley Where the Rivers Run by Delorentos.

Delorentos’ new album Night Becomes Light is released today.

Ecluna Productions

Thanks Buzz