Bildungsroman

Bildungsroman: a coming-of-age story dealing with one person’s formative years or spiritual education “Bildungsroman” is a 2-minute personal project produced and directed by Barcelona-based art… Read more

Playgrounds Festival Titles 2014

Again, the Playgrounds Festival was a blast. Solid line-up, nice presentations and a good overall atmosphere. This year, Playgrounds had not one but two title sequences.… Read more

Onward Internet!

Buck brings us a delightul tale of the internet using a variety of styles and techniques, combined with the always solid sound design by Antfood—love the old… Read more

One Of A Kind

Rok Predin (Trunk) directed this quirky but profound short about identity in a world full of beautiful contradictions. “One of a Kind” features the sonorous… Read more

Jake Fried: Headspace

“Headspace” is a series of incredibly detailed evolving portraits created with with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee by Jake Fried.

Michael Langan: Hundred Waters “Cavity”

Michael Langan’s music video for Hundred Waters’ “Cavity” features the filmmaker’s trademark penchant for playing with multiplicity and repetition. What begins as a deceptively simple… Read more

Liars Need Good Memory

In “Liars Need Good Memory,” Ringling College of Art and Design student James Heredia creates a visual poem about identity, belonging and lying. The collaged… Read more

2veinte: Agile Films

2veinte’s eye-popping palettes and quirky animation titillate the senses in this experimental short created for Agile Films. Credits Done by 2veinte Directed by Pablo Gostanian… Read more

Dvein: We Wander

In Dvein’s latest short, “We Wander,” you won’t find CG fluid sims or virtual Rube Goldbergs of visual oddities. Instead, you’ll find haunting visuals of… Read more

Takashi Ohashi: Kou Kou

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

Cyriak: Bonobo “Cirrus”

Cyriak is no stranger to Motionographer. His experiments in looping animations are the closest thing you can get to a mind-altering experience without ingesting psychedelic… Read more

RIP Chris Marker

If there ever was a “motionographer”, an artist who used film and pen with equal eloquence, it was filmmaker Chris Marker who died today on… Read more

Much Better Now

The studio Salon Alpin (Portugal) has recently released this fantastic in-house piece called Much Better Now. In their words: Much Better Now is an independent… Read more

Andrew Thomas Huang: Solipsist

You loved the trailer. Now you can enjoy it online in full. Winner at Slamdance 2012 of the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short, Solipsist… Read more

John Whitney: Permutations

John Whitney: Permutations Produced in 1966. Written in GRAF and FORTRAN,  and recorded in black and white from the monitor of an IBM 360 mainframe.… Read more

Michael Langan: Heliotropes

Michael Langan’s new short film Heliotropes is fresh off the film fest circuit. Heliotropes documents the parallel goals of man and nature, through the most… Read more