Dr. Who Explains Einstein’s theory of General Relativity

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Thanks to this snappy animated short by director Eoin Duffy, writer/producer Jamie E. Lochhead and astrophysicist Anais Rassat (with VO from David Tennant, aka the 10th Doctor), thousands of people will finally understand Albert Einstein’s theory of gravity (general relativity) for the first time since it’s publication in 1915. [Read more]

Exode: The Pain and Hope of Moving On

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Tracking the exodus of a desert people forced to abandon their dying habitat, this visual spectacle of scale and light by five students at Supinfocom Arles takes on added weight as it releases to the online world amid the refugee crisis in Europe and the Middle East. [Read more]

Stay Inspired with STASH 114

If you’ve never experienced The Stash Permanent Collection, now’s the time with a FREE 30-day subscription. Our 114th issue adds another 31 outstanding animation, VFX and motion projects to the planet’s largest online video design library, plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

Yangzi She “Eggplant”

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Beijing native and LA freelance director/animator Yangzi She explores themes of identity and alienation in her charming and visually confident UCLA Animation Workshop thesis film about a boy whose expressions contradict his feelings and who insists on saying “eggplant” instead of “cheese” when his picture is taken. [Read more]

“TEARS” for Paris

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A simple and elegant animated memorial to the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Created by Lord of Barbes director Malcolm Sutherland, the piece slowly builds an emotional charge as the falling tears count off the lives lost on November 13th, 2015. [Read more]

Super Science Friends: Episode 1

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Brett Jubinville and Toronto’s Tinman Creative deliver on their 2014 Kickstarter promise, delivering a smarty-pants-meets-ridiculous romp thru time and strangeness called “Super Science Friends.” Packing Nazis, zombies, and sexual mind control, we assume network types are all over this and a series commitment is not far behind. [Read more]