A visually stunning short 3D-animated film directed by Antoine Perez, Celine Desrumaux, Francois Pons and Gary Levesque. Yankee Gal took a year to complete and was produced at the always formidable French computer graphics school, Supinfocom.
A visually stunning short 3D-animated film directed by Antoine Perez, Celine Desrumaux, Francois Pons and Gary Levesque, Yankee Gal took a year to complete and was produced at the always formidable French computer graphics school, Supinfocom.
This beautiful clip for the Australian band Firekites consists of 1910 individual chalk drawings. It took co-directors Lucinda Schreiber and Yanni Kronenberg six-months to complete the project from start to finish. Every day, after shooting, their bodies and laptops were covered in chalk dust. Looking at the end result, though, I’m sure it was all […]
The Take-Away Shows is a series of improvised video sessions with musicians, set in unexpected locations and broadcast freely on la Blogothèque. The project is founded by producer Chryde and filmmaker Vincent Moon, who in the first year, managed to make over a hundred films. Each one is beautifully filmed and professionally sound recorded, creating […]
The concept of PSST! is quite simple: a growing collection of films, each comprised of three sections produced by three different teams. It’s a technique derived from the Dadaist game of Exquisite Corpse and the children’s game of Chinese whispers. Six new films have just been released in the last week under the banner of […]
Hillman Curtis is one of those people who can at times be a little hard to pin down: he’s been at different stages of his career a designer, musician, author and film-maker. I find his independent, online, D.I.Y approach to film-making a refreshing contrast to the stock standard methods found in the film industry. His […]
The imaginative films of Irish animator David O’Reilly play between so many extremes: sentimental and apathetic, beauty and ugliness, high and low art, technological and human, juvenile and mature. His latest ‘vectorpunk’ endeavour, Please Say Something, has just won the Golden Bear for best short film at the Berlinale.