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Armstrong Directed by Russ Etheridge http://squaresquare.tv/ “After a decade of writing about short film, the format continues to excite me in ways no other visual medium can. The freedom it offers in world-building and storytelling is unparalleled in the world … Continue reading
“Vienna is like…,” a new animated short by Fernando Livschitz (previously), brings a heavy dose of the absurd to the Austrian capital. The director, who’s from Argentina and heads Black Sheep Films, captures an imagined Vienna in which historic buildings … Continue reading
This animation is part of the TED-Ed series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations of poems both old and new that give language to some of life’s biggest feelings. [Poem by Denice Frohman, directed by KAPWA / … Continue reading
exurb1a I’m sure we’ve all been through that phase when you just want to make 30 minute thinly veiled monochrome allegories about your fear of ageing. Bonus trivia: This video is not finished. But if I don’t let it go … Continue reading
In an airplane, a surrounding where human error is not an option, flight attendants, decisively women are brought to embody flawless, authoritarian and at the same time highly empathic representants of human nature in order to create a fake-trust of … Continue reading
Set in a dystopic world, a young girl runs for her life while cameras broadcast the action. A violent and tender declaration of love to memories that allow us to love unconditionally, and to dream and hope. A selection of … Continue reading
The project started as an exploration of different techniques and visual languages inspired by the current projects in the Motion Graphics industry. Hence the name TRENDS. Slowly but surely, it outgrew the initial premise and started to take on a … Continue reading
I’ve been using this time in isolation to dive a little deeper into my fascination with the mysteries of the esoteric and occult. One tool that I’ve found really helpful right now is the Tarot. In these times of great … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS Would you feel it? Would you know it? Travel back in time and see for yourself..