The Fishman by Leto S. Meade
"The journey of a dying fish’s last moments. 'The Fishman' formally embodies the transitory, shapeshifting nature of life and the inevitability of change by plunging its disembodied anthropomorphic protagonist between different mediums and styles."
FJAAK - Snow
directed and animated by Raman Djafari
music by FJAAK
"The video tells the story of a character following an inner calling. He meets his companion and she takes him on a spiritual journey of partnership, love, pain, destruction, growth and rebirth."
As long as it takes by Lotte van Gaalen and Wiep Teeuwisse
"A man lost in thought re-experiences the confusion he felt when his mother's deathbed took an unexpected turn."
Hypertrain by Etienne Kompis and Fela Bellotto,
"On a train trip through spatial and temporal dimensions the traveller suddenly comes across himself. #cat"
YELLO Frautonium Warehouse by Dirk Koy
Music: Yello, yello.com
Mix: Andrew Weatherall
Porzellan / Porcelain - Joe Madog // Cité NOIR
by Cité Noir
"Music by Joe Madog & The Trommelfellas // Visuals by CitéNOIR //
This animation film is a visualization of a song by Joe Madog, called "Porcelain". It deals with the theme of ephemerality and longing.
It's about the fragile things we hold precious,
trying to hold on to, but who will inevitably fade away,
vanish or break like porcelain.
The animation was pencilled on paper on a lighttable and then inked with brush and a light black ink and some gray inkwash, then arranged in a videosequencer frame by frame."
Children of Future Sleep by Ivan Gopienko
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