Bang-yao Liu: Deadline
SCAD student Bang-yao Liu animates this clever senior project with Post-Its and lots of patience
Mighty Nice for SBS TWO
Australia / Sydney based Mighty Nice brings stop motion magic to SBS TWO’s launch. Lovely.
Tatia Rosenthal Interview (and Special Screening Opportunity)
I recently had a chance to chat with director Tatia Rosenthal about her debut stop-motion feature film, $9.99. Check out the trailer and read the… Read more
Nice stop-motion piece for STM.
Nice stop-motion piece for STM by Karim Zariffa. Making of here.
Agus Verrastro for Random House
boolab’s Agus Verrastro builds a sombre blue world of paper for Random House
Mekanism: CaT Conference Opener
Mekanism creates a hybrid low/high-tech animation for the CaT conference
Phantom updates with new site and new work.
Lithuania’s Phantom updates with new site and new work.
Chris Gavin: TXT Island
Tandem’s Chris Gavin: TXT Island
do bem: “Suco de Laranja 100% fruta”
do bem: “Suco de Laranja 100% fruta” (Created by Breno Pineschi and Rafael Cazes)
Patrick Boivin: Iggy Pop “King of the Dogs”
Patrick Boivin creates an interactive music video for Iggy Pop’s “King of the Dogs”
Dan Sumich/Passion: Action for Children
Dan Sumich/Passion: Action for Children. Audio by Radium Music and Sound.
Takeuchi Taijin: Wolf and Pig
This wildly entertaining stop-motion project speaks for itself. It’s a testament to the potent combo of narrative and hard work. Big ups to Stephan Dube… Read more
Carlos Lascano for Al Balad
Carlos Lascano puts his distinctive style to work in these two commercials for Al Balad newspaper.
Stuart Lanceley and Token Films for Wave Machines
Stuart Lanceley and Token Films rediscover the joy and agony of stop-motion in this new music video for Liverpool band Wave Machines
Digital Kitchen: Seattle International Film Festival 2009
Reprising last year’s hilarious work for the Seattle International Film Festival, Digital Kitchen has again teamed up again with SIFF films to create a brilliantly… Read more
The Lost Tribes of New York City
As someone who has an intense love-hate relationship with New York, this sweetly animated film from Andy and Carolyn London tugged hard on my heartstrings.… Read more
Patrick Boivin’s latest stop-motion short—a comedic battle between Iron Man and Bruce Lee—burned up the interw3b as soon as it was released a few days… Read more
Atelier Transfert: Watch and Learn
One of animation’s greatest strengths is its ability to simplify complex systems for digestion by the widest possible audience. This is something Montreal based Atelier… Read more
Stefan Schomerus: Plywoodpirates
Here’s one thing I learned from school: Stop-motion animation is hard. Damned hard. Not only does it come with all the normal challenges of character… Read more
Vinicius Costa “Special Guest: The Journey”
Brazilian director Vinicius Costa shows off some mixed media chops in his new short, “Special Guest: The Journey.” There’s a suitcase as cabinet of curiosities… Read more
Sean Pecknold – Fleet Foxes ‘Mykonos’
Remember White Winter Hymnal? Sean Pecknold’s debut Fleet Foxes video with the killer hand-crank star trails shot? Pecknold (aka Grandchildren) just completed a beautiful new… Read more
Pazit Harnoy-Cohen: “Thoughts”
For Pazit Harnoy-Cohen’s final project at the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel, she created “Thoughts,” a stream-of-consciousness daydream worked out in mixed media. Reminiscent… Read more
Aardman Animations: Change4Life
Aardman director Steve Harding-Hill mixed 3D and 2D animation with a great sense of comedic timing to nudge Britons off the couch and into the… Read more