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Luiz Stockler: Montenegro

Check it out, the latest short film from Luiz Stockler, the cute Montenegro.

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Pause Fest ID Breakdown

Molten (Juan Andrés Molteno) shares a colorful breakdown of his work on the Pause Fest open created by Váscolo.

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Takashi Ohashi: Kou Kou

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Takashi Ohashi presents us the brilliant piece: KouKou. A series of abstract images synchronized to Japanese vocal sounds. Check out his other works here.

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Buck & Antfood for ChildLine

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A heartbreaking and skillful tour-de-force from the west coast Buck office. With an emotive score by Antfood this piece tackles the difficult subject of child sexual abuse.

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Conor Whelan: Windows & Midnight Over Sanctaphrax


Two personal projects by Dublin-based Conor Whelan. Windows meditates on the happy loneliness of traveling alone, while Midnight Over Sanctaphrax deftly uses depth mattes to reveal a magical city.

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Tom Schroeder: Marcel, King of Tervuren

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Hat tip to Short of the Week’s Sundance write-up, where I found out Tom Schroeder’s Marcel, King of Tervuren is online in full. In this Greek tragedy‚ÄĒas acted out by Belgian roosters‚ÄĒMarcel survives the bird flu, alcohol, sleeping pills, and his son, Max.

I recommend Schroeder’s earlier films, which also feature adventurous cameras and transitions. Bike Ride is an early work from 2001, and his 2010 film, Bike Race is a nice bridge between Ride and Marcel, with hints of texture, color, and delicate, dancing vegetation.

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Martin Allais: Pilot “Evolution”


Martin Allais‘s fun cel animation spot for Pilot pens has been out for a while, but somehow never made it onto the main feed. Enjoy!

Note: NSFW around 0:38 if a momentary cartoon wang is not going to fly at work.

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