“Coke Habit” and the importance of authorship
In this Motionographer Exclusive, we hear from Dan Covert and Andre Andreev of the ever evolving Dress Code on their interpretation of authorship, why it's… Read more
Late Night Work Club is here to save 2016
Let's face it, 2016 has been a weird and divisive year. Thankfully, Late Night Work Club is back to instill hope and unite us all… Read more
Set in a world where even gravity is broken, up and coming LA-based studio, Boketto, is off to a great start with this haunting trailer… Read more
Making an “unfairy” tale: Malak and The Boat
Learn about the process behind "Malak and the Boat," a powerful CG short about a 7 year-old Syrian refugee. Says the film's director: "We are… Read more
The Last Job on Earth
"The Last Job on Earth" portrays a dystopian future populated by robot cats, malfunctioning medical machines and a profound unemployment problem. But is it inevitable?
Aiko is a haunting tale of struggle and loss set in a world very much like our own... but with monsters.
My Darling’s Shadow
Every frame of Conor Whelan's latest short, "My Darling’s Shadow," is a beautiful study of composition, color and reduction of form. I watched the film… Read more
“Interesting Ball” is, in fact, very interesting [NFSW]
Warning: Not safe for work (by most people’s standards) Directing duo Daniels have long been one our favorites here at Motionographer. Their latest short film,… Read more
You will care about this piece of wool
“Lost and Found” a branded short for Woolmark written, directed and produced by Neon actually managed to make me feel emotionally connected to a piece… Read more
CRCR: C2C “Delta”
French collective CRCR creates an epic cel animated promo for C2C’s “Delta.” Themes include fear of the unknown, violence and — ultimately — mystical transcendence.
The Mill NY for Hallmark: Mother Bird
In Mother Bird, The Mill NY marries a touching story about mother and child with compelling, photo-realistic CG for Hallmark.
Psyop: Norton “Stuff Anthem”
Working with Smuggler for agency Leo Burnett Chicago, Psyop directed a lovable new spot for Norton, an anti-virus and personal data protection company. (Ah, anti-virus… Read more