A short film directed by Greg Jardin about a lonely figure made out of balloons.
Técnicamente genial, la mezcla de 3D y 2D es sorprendente y muy distinto a lo que vemos normalmente, y visualmente contundente a más no poder. Así es el nuevo corto de animación que han hecho Thibaud Clergue, Aurelien Duhayon, Sebastien Iglesias y Camille Perrin de BRUTUS collective.
It’s 2150. There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space. Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages. Johnny is lazy and his only desire is to sleep in his autopilot spaceship when the spaceship arrives at the destination, all he has to do is simply deliver the box. However, it never goes as planned. Johnny encounters strange and bizarre planets and always seems to cause trouble on his delivery route.
Will he be able to finish his mission without trouble?
Curioso a la par que bonito corto/videoclip para el grupo berlinés The Human Elephant.
“Durante el transcurso de una cena íntima, dos parejas en sus cuarenta, reciben la inesperada visita de un amigo que pondrá todo su mundo patas arriba.”
American Autumn habla en tono de melodrama surrealista sobre esas pequeñas catástrofes cotidianas que siempre amenazan la apacible vida de la burguesía.
Un pequeño corto de animación simplemente genial, como todo lo que crea Alberto Mielgo.
Todo lo que hace Kristoffer Borgli me gusta, me encanta y con este corto no iba a ser diferente. Simplemente precioso.
Set in China, ‘From I to I‘ combines animation and film to stretch and warp the paradigms of the spoken word in cinema. The viewer is lead from a solid cinematic format into a devolution of shapes and sounds that gradually collapse into static images and crusty loops.
The use of different forms of visual stimulation and progressive soundscapes in a foreign environment serve as a new form of communication, leaving the viewer to take as much as they please.
A short film by Beakus director Mr. Binns. It’s a disturbing look at agoraphobia, and the panic that builds inside someone who can’t even leave their own home through irrational fear of the outside world. Dark and foreboding, the film uses some clever and complex 3D rendering techniques to literally break apart the character’s body – bringing his internal fears to the surface.
Written & Directed/ Animation: Lee kyu-tae
Sound design: Gwon young-hwan
Music: Shin hyun-mo
Wandering a dark forest, a solitary creature encounters something unknown with only curiosity to lead the way.
“An elegant vase inhabits the body of a young girl, and re-stages an event from her childhood using living tissue. A sci-fi Baroque fairy tale, literally dripping with misanthropic venom…”
Having recognised a kindred sensibility in McRae’s provocative work, Australian skincare brand Aēsop commissioned her to conceive a short film to coincide with their website relaunch. ‘Morphē’ playfully presages a new juncture for science and beauty, transforming an old Amsterdam church into a meticulously ordered space that references Aesop’s own laboratory. Here, a painstaking Scientist employs an assortment of gels, liquids, and weird contraptions to minister arcane beauty treatments to a sleeping Muse. At the edge of this world, the skin and hair play key roles for the female specimen fortunate enough to be on the receiving end of a new kind of super-sensory beauty treatment.
McRae describes her film inspired chiefly by nineteenth-century scientist and philosopher Hermann von Helmholtz, and his revolutionary research on human perception: ‘Everything’, wrote Helmholtz, ‘is an event on the skin’. ‘I wanted to suggest a journey inside a world beyond skin care, one that involves farther realms of perception within the sensory landscape of the human body. The skin and hair play key roles for the female specimen fortunate enough to be on the receiving end of a new kind of super-sensory beauty treatment.
Que el protagonista de este corto sea algo tan normal, tan familiar como la piel y que estos chicos consigan sorprenderte transformándola en algo abstracto, poético, salvaje, perturbador, hermoso y a momentos desagradable… Casi nada.
Neta Cohen graduation film for the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, 2012.