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."
"Things rearrange, we miss what is not the same". Animated and hand painted official music video for the song “He Won’t Hold You” by multi Grammy winner Jacob Collier, featuring Rapsody. The fourth single from the album Djesse Vol. 3.
Created with around 1200 paintings in isolation during the 2020 pandemic. Here's a breakdown of the animation process: vimeo.com/451111852
Direction, Animation, Script, Editing, Production: Daniel Bruson
: Jacob Collier (feat. Rapsody)
Fleshy Compromise_FaltyDL by Thomas Pons
About a Mother (Pro Mamu) by Dina Velikovskaya
"This story is about a mother who has given so much that it looks like she has nothing left... but life opens up the new opportunities."
Remote Life Drawings by Cheng-Hsu Chung
"Remote Life Drawings is an animated collage of abstract images that illustrate the neighbourhood of Taipei Artist Village in Taiwan. TAV is located at the centre of four distinct districts that exist in harmony in central Taipei. The film connects the four districts by using morphing animation, presenting the vague and complex atmosphere around the village."
Sound design& Music: Andy Chiu
Drawing Assistance: Agne Jurkenaite, Eunju Ara Choi, Rou-Hsin Wu
Night alone by KOINRUSH
Film by KOINRUSH
Director : SUIKO
Assistant Director : Hyomin Park , Oddeye_bs
AND THEN by Cindy Yang
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