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2021-08-05

Listed in categories: audiovisual body
Fits these moods: black & white dynamic people sounds
Embraces these philosophies: abstraction morphing networking relation society we

Synchronicity

Synchronicity by Michelle Brand
Music by Vincenzo Di Francesco

"People come, people go - Yet everyone is moving in the same direction. We all are sharing something that we are unaware of, creating one big picture we are unable to see.

The film explores the idea of how everyone is connected in a way we may not realise. By sharing time, space and movement, we overlap and create a bigger picture. We all are walking down our own line of time, believing we live in our own time line, however this line constantly overlaps with the line of others – or perhaps we all are moving on the same line – and all lines are connected through a constant process of change."

2021-03-10

Any Instant Whatever

Any Instant Whatever by Michelle Brand

"A man in a room, in a film – it is the becoming of something and simultaneously becoming in itself. Nothing is as solid as we believe.

The film explores our perception of time, bodies and objects, and our inability to comprehend the full motion of things."

https://directorsnotes.com/2020/12/09/michelle-brand-any-instant-whatever/

Director, Animator & Sound Design: Michelle Brand
Sound Mix and Additional Sound Design: Ed Rousseau
Colouring Assistants: Jiaqi Wang, Leo Metcalf, Agata Leniartek, Paige Anderson, Jordan Brunton, Megan Earls, Liang-Hsin Huang

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2020-09-03

Listed in categories: audiovisual body

TNGHT - GIMME SUMMN

TNGHT - GIMME SUMMN

Directed by Cole Kush ckush.com
Animated by Cole Kush, Christopher Rutledge, Denus Goo, & Laura Pumphrey

2020-02-20

Listed in categories: narration
Fits these moods: dynamic red

The Redness of Red

The Redness of Red by Emily DownePlus

"What does it mean to be conscious in a world that is becoming increasingly artificially intelligent? Can machines really see? Based on an interview with a professor in artificial intelligence, this short documentary uses analog techniques to explore the human tendency to anthropomorphise simple drawings, and how we might do the same to machines."

2020-01-30

Listed in categories: narration
Used technologies: sound stopmotion video animation
Fits these moods: alive brown sounds
Embraces these philosophies: craft creativity migration morphing obsession

Mediterranea

Mediterranea by Alix Bortoli

2020-01-16

Listed in categories: narration
Fits these moods: brown melancholy old people
Embraces these philosophies: ambivalence childhood love memory morphing we

Prey_Dal

Prey_Dal by Dal Park

"Prey is a short story about a love-hate relationship. A young girl in her early twenties is faced with her mothers sickness and impending death, which appears in the shape of a black lion."

2020-01-16

Facing It

Facing It by Sam Gainsborough


Watch the behind the scenes film here: vimeo.com/290238733

2020-01-09

Listed in categories: narration body
Fits these moods: alive poetic sounds urban
Embraces these philosophies: curiosity dreams life morphing perspectives time we

One Day

One Day by Zilai Feng

"first semester at usc mfa animation. thought was going to finish this in two weeks but took a whole semester lol. tried under camera animation with pastel. fun ay"

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