Category Archives: Animation

Amazing Kids – Autistic Spectrum Condition

Listen to children from different backgrounds share their unique experiences of the autistic spectrum in their own words. We started this project back in 2017 by asking parents of autistic children to interview their kids and share their answers with … Continue reading

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In a New Stop-Motion Film, Swoon Explores Trauma, Memory, and the Body

Caledonia Curry, aka Swoon, is known for her street art utilizing paper that’s pasted onto building walls, but the Brooklyn-based artist has made a recent pivot that transfers her mythical style to stop-motion animations. Part of her solo exhibition Cicada, Curry’s … Continue reading

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There’s Something in the Water

“There’s two kinds of lakes in the South: them that’s got Giant Salvinia and them that’s about to have Giant Salvinia.” Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in Texas, but its delicate eco-system is threatened by a seemingly unstoppable … Continue reading

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Emoji Among Us: The Documentary

Emoji have become an inescapable part of our daily lives. This short film examines the far-reaching impact of these very special characters. Can you find the 68 emoji species shown in this video? Made entirely with footage from Dissolve. See … Continue reading

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Bloomers

Nominated for Best Short Film at the British Animation Awards 2020 Winner of Best British Film at London International Animation Festival 2019 Winner of Best Documentary at ReAnima International Film Festival 2019 Animated fabric brings the story of a lingerie … Continue reading

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Lose Your Corona Virus Cabin Fever With the Drummer — Modular 4

It’s Friday. We’re all working from home and starting to get Covid-19 cabin fever. The stress level is building because we aren’t supposed to leave the house. You can’t touch your face or other people. Everyone is paranoid society is … Continue reading

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The Orchestra

In a world filled with beautiful music, Vernon always seems to strike the wrong note. Directed by Mikey Hill Produced by Melanie Brunt at Feather Films Written by Mikey Hill and Jennifer Smith Score composed by Jamie Messenger Developed and … Continue reading

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Six-Year-Old Tulip Navigates a Wooly Garden in a New Animation by Andrea Love

Andrea Love (previously) is back with a new heart-felt animation detailing the journey of a six-year-old girl named Tulip. An adaptation of Hans Christen Anderson’s Thumbelina, the 8-minute short film will chronicle Tulip’s adventures navigating a dense garden after being … Continue reading

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charlottes daydream

Film – Marlies van der Wel music – Pieter de Graaf An astronomer observes the universe from her observatory. When a black hole approaches, she jumps in and gets a glimpse of the earth from the universe. with animation help … Continue reading

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Primal – The Best Animation of 2019

Sources/Further Reading: Tartakovsky explains how he created Primal’s ferocious fantasy world by Cheryl Eddy – http://bit.ly/2TLL7oB Tartakovsky interviewed by Polygon writer Chelsea Stark – http://bit.ly/36ifeqc Primal’s Timeless Paean to Companionship Boils Genndy Tartakovsky’s Work Down to Its Essence by Jacob … Continue reading

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