“Pearl” will hit you right in the feels
Tired of all the VR hype? You'll love "Pearl," a new animated short directed by the Oscar-winning Patrick Osborne.
“Little Things”, a beautiful, surreal gift from parent to child
Inspired by the song "Little Things" sung by Sesame Street's Prairie Dawn, this CG short film of the same name is an elegant, surreal gift… Read more
Watch New York City succumb to Mother Nature in “Wrapped”
"Wrapped" proves that watching New York City succumb to nature can be a surprisingly delightful experience. After a solid run on the festival circuit, the… Read more
Ariel Costa goes freelance, releases “Sins” (process imagery included, NSFW)
Check out the process imagery for "Sins," an evocative short film created by Ariel Costa as he leaves Buck and enters the freelance market.
How to make your skin crawl, the story of “Teeth” with Holbrooks
After a successful run in the festival circuit, including a premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and a Special Jury Recognition award from the… Read more
“Sputnik,” a short film by Maxim Zhestkov
Throughout the years, Maxim Zhestkov has managed to remind you that no matter how good you are, there will always be another who shines slightly stronger. And his… Read more
Your Art is Shit
What better way to kick off a new year than by hearing some harsh words directed at you? Yes, you.
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
MK12 Interview: Making “Man of Action! II: Ashes of Vengeance”
For many, MK12 is where it all started. Just as Kyle Cooper’s iconic title sequence for Se7en signaled a renaissance for the craft of opening credits,… Read more
Explore the desolate and spooky world of “xVOID”
Released in time for Halloween, “xVOID” is a 100% CG short film that begins as an atmospheric exploration of a desolate scene and then takes… Read more
La Noria, an animated psychological horror
Veteran animator Carlos Baena (The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Wall-E) teamed up with producer Sasha Korellis to launch an ambitious crowdfunding campaign for their short film,… Read more
Ash Thorp remixes Adobe in this psychedelic journey through the creative process
Take an inter-dimensional voyage through the creative process with Ash Thorp's latest for Adobe
Exclusive interview: Plenty takes on Alice in Wonderland for Good Books
Argentinian studio Plenty shares the hybrid 2D/3D process behind their ambitious project for Good Books.
Giant Ant just released an eye-popping, action-packed in-house short, “Tako Faito!” We wanted to push our cel character animation in a character-driven piece—in this case,… Read more
My New Animation
Japanese director/animator Masanobu Hiraoka’s latest short film, titled simply “My New Animation,” is a hypnotic study of division and collision. Created in a style consistent… Read more
“The Chamber” a short film by GMUNK
The incomparable GMUNK released his latest sci-fi short film “The Chamber,” which is part of Samsung’s “Connected” series, along with a very detailed breakdown of the entire… Read more
The long journey to “Lostopolis,” an interview with PandaPanther
While many commercial animation shops dream of developing feature length films — and building valuable intellectual property in the process — very few actually get… Read more
Behind the Scenes: “Donning the Digital Mask: Anonymous”
The infamous group of hackers that identify themselves as “Anonymous” are, as their name suggests, incredibly hard to pin down. They’ve targeted racists, terrorists and pedophiles. They’ve brought… Read more
As a child of the 80s, there are three things that course through my blood: buddy cop films, martial arts flicks and Tang. Kung Fury, a… Read more
NYC: An Evening with David OReilly at the MoMA
At 7pm on May 11th at the MoMA in New York City, Director David OReilly will discuss the process behind his work and debut his… Read more
Simon Leclerc: Boy
Lovely linework and textures combined with novel framing make this sad, short tale by Simon Leclerc, a quiet beauty.