Time for sushi
David Lewandowski is back with "time for sushi", the third film in his surreal series of impossible forms behaving... impossibly.
Offf Barcelona with Vallée Duhamel
Vallée Duhamel's work is beautiful, playful, smart, and full of surprise. In this Motionographer Q&A we chat with Julien and Eve about their recent film… Read more
Yes, more Apple films and yes, they’re good!
Apple is no stranger when it comes to good content. While the news of their new hardware may be underwhelming at best there is one… Read more
Oscar-winning VFX shop talks about the challenges of creating premium VR
Virtual reality is starting to feel less like a bandwagon and more like a freight train. Those with the vision and stamina to climb aboard now are… Read more
Making “Uncanny Valley,” an eye-popping sci-fi short about a very possible future
The sci-fi short "Uncanny Valley" presents a grim but very possible future in an eye-popping style laced with beautiful VFX work. Our chat with the… Read more
A horde of humans obeys the “Witch Doctor” in this creepy music video
The concept is simple: Dutch rock band De Staat’s lead singer, Torre Florim, stands in the center of a throng of shirtless men, who seem obey his… Read more
Real-world case study of Element 3D used in product launch video that looks back at the history of aviation
Perfect Houseguest by Tiny Inventions
Sweet little spring cleaning animation from Tiny Inventions.
Paul Trillo: Sarh “U and I”
In the music video for Sarh’s U and I, up-and-coming filmmaker Paul Trillo explores a relationship that is one part Chris Parks fluids, one part… Read more
Carlos Lascano: Lila
In this lyrical and poetic piece, Carlos Lascano, transforms the world with the help of Lila, a young woman reminiscent of Amélie, who “can’t resign… Read more
Syndrome takes Pause in Melbourne
Syndrome Studio creates the opening titles for the 2014 Pause Fest in Melbourne, Australia. Executive Producer, Monica Blackburn describes the project as “a dream project… Read more