An animated video, described by its creators as being “a 2 minute journey through the history of film.
»35mm« is a shortfilm about cinema itself. We picked 35 of our favorite movies and tried to simplify them as far as possible.
Admir Jahic and Comenius Roethlisberger, two Swiss Artists, made this animation using 604 recreated frames of the (in)famous Star Wars kid video.
The video was made for Davis’ Waiting For “Superman”, a Sundance award-winning documentary on the American education system.
Link to Waiting For ‘Superman’ – Infographic on Vimeo.
An angry little man takes on a pesky fly, with (predictably) hilarious and painful consequences in this animated film. No prizes for guessing the winner of this mismatched contest.
The film was written and directed by Alan Short, an animator at the UK based Aardman Animation studio.
This anime-inspired commercial was created as part of a campaign for Nike Japan. The film was produced and directed by I Love Dust, a design boutique based in Britain.
We worked with AKQA in San Francisco to create an animation as part of a campaign for the new Sister One range from Nike for the South East Asia market. Once we finished the spot we decided to tweak it here and there for our own portfolio and what was once a 45 second piece featuring a girl dancing turned into a 1:20 epic about a girl-turned-superhero outsmarting an enraged robot through the centre of a Tokyo-inspired Metropolis.
You can watch the video after the jump.
I can’t get this song outta my head.
Say hello to U900, the sensational ukulele duo from Japan.
You can buy the album on Amazon here.
Tic Attack is an enjoyable stop-motion animated film created by Nathan Gilliss and Callum Paterson, two members of Public Ritual, a production company based in Vancouver, Canada.
The film features an epic tennis match between spearmint and orange flavored Tic Tacs. The match starts off well, but things soon take a turn for the worse. Let’s just say that one of the players has some serious anger management issues.
Link to Tic Attack on Vimeo.
The Lady and The Reaper tells the story of sweet old lady, who longs to her join her dead husband in the afterlife. She soon gets her wish, as death comes visiting to take her away, one night. But things take a dramatic turn, when she becomes an unwitting prize in a tug-of-war between the grim reaper and a doctor, who wants to bring her back to life.
This humorous short film was an official nominee in the ‘Best Animated Short Film’ category at the 2010 Academy Awards, and the winner of the ‘Best Animated Short Film’ award at the 2010 Goya Awards.
This is a must watch film, folks.
Link to The Lady and The Reaper on Vimeo.
The dudes from the ‘club you can’t talk about’ movie.
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Pumbaa don’t look so delicious no more.
Humanized Timon and Pumbaa (from Disney’s The Lion King), by deviantART user Fernando Mendoca