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A stunning piece of Animation you have to see!

Truly a beautiful piece of work form none other then a master of animation himself, Glen Keane (former Disney animator and creator of such beloved characters as Ariel, Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Tarzan and Rapunzel) “DUET tells the story of Mia and Tosh and how their individual paths in life weave together to create an inspired duet.” If anyone is interested, there’s also… Read more →

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Haunting Animated Short Film Will Give You Goosebumps.

“Les Etapes” is a short animated film by created by Chao Wang for his thesis film completing the school of Visual Arts in New York. Although it is a plot we’ve encountered before, the characters that are crafted in this film have really haunting features and are truly breathtaking. Ever wonder what old grandpas tend to dream when they sleep? I’d say… Read more →

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West of the Moon – SHORT FILM OF THE DAY

This short film is truly a treat.  Directed, written & animated by Brent Bonacorso, with spectacular effects and concept execution. “Loosely based on several hundred interviews with children about their dreams, ‘West of the Moon’ is the story of one man’s lost love and his strange path to redemption, aided along the way by a gambling robot, a wayward monkey, and a… Read more →

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Homage To The Art of Quentin Tarantino

This is for all you Tarantino fans! ‘An illustrated infographic which depicts his ability to transform and reintroduce familiar actors as completely new characters with detailed network of connections throw different movies’ Made for a 3rd year collage project by Timor Barshtman! He sure knows how to make some Tarantino fans happy! I hope Tarantino gets to see this too.… Read more →

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Goodbye mister de Vries – SHORT FILM OF THE DAY

A 93 year old man, sits on his window awaiting his death.  He unexpectedly receives a parcel in the mail and after opening to find skates, he knew there’s only one thing to be done. This short animated film is adorable and lovely to view. There’s just something that gets me every time with old men in animated films, reminded… Read more →

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ALLEGORY TO ORIGINALITY – Doc Chosen for Sundance 2014′s Short Films

Allergy To Originality: A New York Times Op-Doc from Drew Christie on Vimeo. “All ideas are second-hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources.” – Mark Twain. Drew Christie is an animator and illustrator who has worked in every medium from filmmaking to zines.  Most recently, he has found work creating content for the New York Times’ Op-Docs,… Read more →


This was the best thing I saw on the interwebs today. Simply hilarious, snappy and full of social commentary. “WIND is an animated short about the daily life of people living in a windy area who seem helplessly exposed to the weather. However, the inhabitants have learned to deal with their difficult living conditions.” Animated by Robert Löbel for his thesis graduating project,… Read more →

Coolest urban timelapse YOU WILL EVER SEE!

Can’t even tell you how much WIN this video has. Definitely one of the best timelapses I have came across in the history of timelapses. When graffiti art meets good filming, this gem is the result. Video is shot and edited by Selina Miles of Australian painter Sofles who teamed up with 3 other street artists, Fintan Magee,Treas, and Quench, having fun and doing crazy art shit… Read more →