Sean was commisioned to create a piece to help celebrate the launch of Dragonframe 3.0 stop motion animation software. This little piece is done with just paper and rice.
Bright Mites, Big City – this futuristic animation film by Mate Steinforth illustrates the development and destruction of a mite population in only 60 seconds. Enough time for cameos of Hello Kitty bobby pins, bright red lollipops, and – tadah!! – the Vorwerk mite blaster Tiger VT265. And for those who skipped their German classes: “Stadt der Milben” means “Mite City” and “Mehr Saugkraft. Weniger Mitbewohner” reads “More vacuum power. Fewer roommates”!
ROSA is an epic sci-fi short film that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where all natural life has disappeared. From the destruction awakes Rosa, a cyborg deployed from the Kernel project, mankind’s last attempt to restore the earth’s ecosystem. Rosa will soon learn that she is not the only entity that has awakened and must fight for her survival.
The short-film was created entirely by young comic-artist Jesús Orellana with no budget during a single year. Since it’s world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival, ROSA has been an official selection at film festivals around the world such as Screamfest, Toronto After Dark, Anima Mundi or Los Angeles Shorts Film Festival. In October ROSA was screened at the opening night of the Sitges International Film Festival, considered the world’s best festival specialized in genre films. Following the succesful festival run, the short film has attracted the attention of the major talent-agencies and Hollywood producers. Currently ROSA is in development to be a live-action motion picture.
For more information regarding ROSA, please visit rosamovie.com
This is Keith Reynolds and today is promotion day. Having worked at the company eight years he is the most senior Junior Business Analyst in the building. He’s been waiting for this day for a very long time.
Narrated by Scott Johnson
Written, Directed & Animated by Felix Massie
Soundtrack by Joe Paine
Argentine Director Santiago “Bou” Grasso gives us this beautifully done short film which deals with the struggles of finding employment in today’s uncertain economic times. So far, this film has won 102 awards worldwide. More info at opusbou.com.ar