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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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Gannibal – African Son of Peter the Great of Russia

In our new animated historical documentary, we will talk about Abram Gannibal, who started his life in Cameroon, was sold to the Ottoman court as a slave and then became a step-son of the Russian Emperor Peter the Great and … Continue reading

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Music Unites: Herbie Hancock & Kamasi Washington in Conversation

It was an honour collaborating with Los Angeles Philharmonic to bring to life these words from two jazz legends: Kamasi Washington and Herbie Hancock. As part of the LA Phil’s Past/Forward centennial project, the two musical innovators sat down together … Continue reading

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The Opposites Game

A classroom erupts into a war of words as students grapple with a seemingly simple prompt: what is the opposite of a gun? This animation is part of the TED-Ed series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations … Continue reading

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Why the octopus brain is so extraordinary – Cláudio L. Guerra

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-the-oct… Octopuses have the ability to solve puzzles, learn through observation, and even use tools – just like humans. But what makes octopus intelligence so amazing is that it comes from a biological structure completely different from … Continue reading

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Exploring the rough business of rubbish collection | Tom Sweep – Short Film by M. Dudok de Wit

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Oscar Winner ~ Short film about love and passage of time | Father and Daughter – by M. Dudok de Wit

A father bids farewell to his young daughter; she grows up longing for his return. This short film won 24 awards, including: – Oscar / Best Short Film, Animated / Academy Awards, USA, 2001 – BAFTA Film Award / Best … Continue reading

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Chinese Zodiac 2020: Year of the Rat

2020 is a year of the Rat, starting from January 25th, 2020 and lasting until February 11th, 2021. It will be a Metal Rat year. In 2021,a year of the Ox will follow. The Year of the Rat is the … Continue reading

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