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CGI Animated Short Film “Globosome” by Sascha Geddert | CGMeetup

In the vastness of space, there’s a a small speck of rock inhabited by the most peculiar lifeforms: Dark little “Globosomes” that start to replicate fast and begin to show signs of intelligence. The film tells the story of the … Continue reading

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FILTRATE: A Futurist Guerrilla-Style Short Film Shot on an iPhone in Montreal’s Subways

A new short film titled FILTRATE imagines a future completely saturated with technology, where post-human figures interact using rune-like symbols on immersive social media platforms. The film, directed by Mishka Kornai, was created in the public spaces of Montréal’s underground Metro … Continue reading

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Life in Miniature: Medical Devices and Pre-Packaged Foods Immortalized in Tiny Sculptures by Kath Holden and Margaret Shaw

Kath Holden constantly daydreams about the everyday objects she can transform into tiny sculptures. Even during doctor’s appointments, the U.K.-based miniaturist glances around the room to investigate which medical devices she can cull for inspiration. Holden runs Delph Minatures with her … Continue reading

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Here In Manchattan — City Jackdaw

Waking up it was just another day: drop my son off at school, nip into Manchester to pick a few things up, have a coffee before making it back for home-time. But, on cutting through the Northern Quarter, I found … Continue reading

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Watch Sliced Fruits and Vegetables Disappear Before Your Eyes in Vibrant Animations by Kevin Parry

Kevin Parry creates stop-motion animations that turn the quotidian task of slicing vegetables and fruit into a near psychedelic exploration of each food’s interiors.  Through a common technique called strata-cut, the Toronto-based animator creates videos that slowly peel away the exteriors … Continue reading

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Rescued baby crows return each spring to say “Hello”

This is the story of four rescued baby crows that were raised by a loving family. They learned to say “hello” and how to become independent. Eventually they were accepted by a family of wild crows. Even though they fly … Continue reading

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Forgotten

“Who are we? We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people.” – Carl … Continue reading

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Brazil. Ano 2019 (2018/9)

Teaser para el proyecto Brazil. Ano 2019 para la residencia de la Sala Vazia – Febrero 2019. This 15-minute observational documentary bears witness to this schizophrenic moment where favela communities prepare to celebrate Afro-Brazilian cultures, Indigenous roots and Queerness while … Continue reading

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The Secret Lives of Objects Revealed in Juan Pablo Zaramella’s Trailer for Así son las cosas

Argentinian director Juan Pablo Zaramella (previously) has shared the trailer for a cute new stop-motion television series featuring typically inanimate objects living out funny scenarios. With a title that translates in English to “The Way Things Are,” each episode in … Continue reading

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THIS IS BATE BOLA — BEIJA FILMS

SYNOPSIS A FILM by BEN HOLMAN & NEIRIN JONES with ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK by BEN LAMAR GAY On the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro during its world famous Carnival, far from the beach and the touristic clichés, there is an explosive … Continue reading

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