Loneliness becomes better when animated and musically embedded.
Welcome to the Netherworld, where the Devil has fun and nerves at the same time. Watch The Nether Regions.
The Animation Academy, Loughborough University in conjunction with the Bradford Animation Festival invite you to submit papers for the one day symposium ‘Animation and Public Engagement’, to be held at the Bradford Animation Festival, Tuesday 18 November 2014.
UK animator Adam Wells tells an abstract animated story of art rivalry. Watch the ingenious Fake Expectations.
When the writer's block becomes imprisoned. Watch the inventive Writer's Block by Tom Gran and Martin Wooley.
The BAFTA-nominated stop-motion short I Am Tom Moody by Ainslie Henderson now online. Watch the film.
Nicolas Ménard becomes lyrical in space. Watch the beautiful Somewhere.
Gergely Wootsch animates brilliantly a dark war video. Watch Marshal Dear by Savages band.
The unknown X becomes a whole symphony of shapes. Watch the experimental X by Max Hattler.
Post Party Stress Disorder is the new elusive music video directed by Arno Salters and animated by UK artist Joseph Pierce.
Animated doc: watch the poignant memories (but beautifully animated) of Marjorie Curtis in My Friend Marjorie.
A dreamy music video: watch Ezra Vine's Celeste, directed by Robert Wallace.
Experimental animation: watch the music video The Slip by Karolina Glusiec.
What is your wish? Griff and Scott Garrettinvestigate all possibilities -in animated form via their Wish List.
THE BAFTA-awarded film, The Making of Longbird by Will Anderson is now online. Watch the film.
Tom Jobbins, a graduate of National Film and Television School (UK) looks back to the 1977 event of sending a Golden Record into space.
The new track by Hiatus and its stop-motion video made by animator Tom Jobbins
The Oscar-awarded British animator Daniel Greaves prepares the stop-motion drama Mr. Plastimime.
The filmmaker Gemma Atkinson narrates her adventure when filming British Police officers. Watch Act of Terror.
A stop-motion film by Joseph Wallace, which reminds of the fears we all face.
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