Animals caught between planes of existence and an egg. An animation by Ted Wiggin
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Chicago, winter 1965.
The Regal Theater hosts James Brow and Solomon Burke, two monuments of Soul music.
Backstage, everyone’s under pressure.
But in 1960s America, both men know their music has unexpected powers. Directed by: Jean-Charles Mbotti Malolo .Animation: Susanne Seidel, Eva Lusbaronian, Valentin Stoll
On Chinese New Year, finding the coin hidden in a dumpling (Jiaozi) brings good luck. A girl loses a jar on her journey to a new country, which contains the lucky coins she has been collecting growing up. Her new life begins with a search for the coin. Written, designed & directed by SIQI SONG
A dead tree goes viral, attracting wildlife, a nature lover, and a crowd of online followers. Animated entirely outside, “WhateverTree” examines our connection to nature in the age of social media, screens, and selfies. By Isaac King.
As he looks at a flower, Mika is reminded of his childhood, and feels a creature awaken inside his head: a giant stuck in apathy. Also coming awake is another creature, full of wonder: Kai. Trapped inside the giant, Kai discovers countless memory bubbles and starts collecting them. With their help, she guides the giant through releasing his emotions – and Mika through finally accepting the loss of his childhood friend.
An animation by GOBELINS pro. Directed by Sophie BAROCAS, Emilie DAMIENS, Dongsan KIM, Quỳnh-Phương NGUYỄN, Michelle ONG, Olga SERDYUKOVA, Jasmine VELJANOVSKI
New credits by Giant Ant. If you were sentient in the early 90s, you know the The Animaniacs was the best kids show around, and that Pinky and the Brain was the best part of it.
Directed and animated by @ericpowerup