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A Brief History of Skateboarding
This visually rich and imaginative animated short film in the popular brief history style so beloved of attention deficit and time-starved digital consumers places skateboarding’s relatively short history in cultural context through a mesmerising assortment of layered animation techniques. While the storytelling is concise and compact, the canvas is saturated & heavily suffused with bold graphic imagery, archive footage, wit, irony and occasional sideways glances at American political moments ...
London International Animation Festival
London International Animation Festival; one of the largest and widest ranging festivals on the Animation Circuit is at Barbican Centre in December 2016. Sophie’s Story by Shroomstudio was selected as part of a 128 film programme from over 2,400 submissions and is screening on 10th December as part of a documentary animation strand along with a thoughtfully curated selection of international documentary-style animated films with diverse subject matter. I have ...
Totems
Yet another film I saw at Anim’est festival in Bucharest. With a distinctive illustration style and sensitive execution, this thoughtful film follows the exploits of a lumberjack who accidentally fells a tree, trapping himself and subsequently experiencing what it’s like to be a series of trapped animals. Ambiguous and with a subtle conservation message, the film left me with a slightly sad sense at the end, making me think about ...
Under The Apple Tree
This award winning horror/ fantasy animated film written and directed by Erik Van Schaaik was the last film I saw at Anim’est festival in Bucharest. It has an otherworldly quality from the start and follows the story of two estranged brothers; a farmer and a priest who battle over the destiny of their inherited orchard.
Made in Spain
Another interesting film I saw at Anim’est in Bucharest was the charming stop-motion film, Made in Spain by Coke Rioboo. Using tiny railway model people, Coke constructs a playful version of a day in the life of Spain, exploring elements of bureaucracy, religion, bullfighting and of course the complex culture of the beach. It’s an abstract film with no dialogue which makes it even more captivating.
A Strange Alloy
This intriguing mini film by Loïc bramoullé, that I saw at Anim’est festival in Bucharest, caught my eye for it’s sumptuous and beautifully lit, 3D animation, it’s strange character and overall message. An advanced being explores the archaeology of a future Earth wondering why the civilisation failed. Strange alloy is my second self produced short film.
Catherine – animated short by Britt Raes
Another film which caught my eye from the ANIM’EST festival in Bucharest is a charming underdog / outsider story by the talented Britt Raes / Creative Conspiracy. The film has a simple and effective design with striking animation, a delightful sense of colour and the story, about a girl with few friends who can’t keep her pets alive, finds solace in the relationship with her cat, Kitty who being a ...
Travelling Country
I recently visited the ANIM’EST Festival in Bucharest as a guest where our short film ‘Sophie’s Story’ was screening. There was an incredible selection of International animation and I managed to squeeze in about 50 short films in addition to Trippy animation night curated by the charismatic wizard Michael Helmerhorst. I will try and post as many as the films, I can find online..
Sensploration
fost.org 2016 Future of Storytelling Speaker: Charles Spence Professor of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University This short film by Liam Saint-Pierre is an exploration of our multi-sensory world with Professor Charles Spence. Featuring some composite shots and animation by Shroomstudio and some music by Outerground – aka Christos. Charles Spence’s research on multisensory experiences have changed the way we stimulate our senses simultaneously.
The Weight of Light
Another new short film by Liam Saint-Pierre, this time commissioned by The Guardian in association with Banyak Films about inventor and innovator Jim Reeves, exploring the development of his pulley system, renewable energy light for off-grid homes. A simple concept bringing much needed light to people living with kerosene lamps as their only, expensive and potentially toxic light source.
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