Director Stefan Wernik and the crew at Sydney animation studio The Magnificent Itch, aim directly for your tear ducts with this painterly animated film showcasing the true story of a homeless man reconnected with his family and the world thru Australian affordable housing non-profit SGCH. [Read more]
Young SoCal animator/director Victoria Vincent follows up “Find true Love,” her one-minute animated ode to the pitfalls of online dating with “Fluffy’s Third Eye,” an equally off-balance allegory on the perqs and perils of getting what you wish for. [Read more]
Nexus director Fx Goby animates stencil graffiti to raise awareness of the 80,000 young people in the UK who find themselves in dire circumstances both at home or on the streets in this stark and powerful online film for UK charity End Youth Homelessness. [Read more]
Game developers rely on just a handful of studios to create AAA game trailers and cinematics but the list narrows further when you need to add comedy and character to your action. This trailer for Trion Worlds’ new team tactics game Atlas Reactor relies on director Jeff Fowler and the Blur Studio team to do just that.
By day Ben West toils as a VFX supervisor at Framestore in LA, but by night he writes and directs short films like FUGU & TAKO, a surprisingly poignant buddy film about turning into a pufferfish. His newest labor of love explores a different relationship: a man breaking up with himself. [Read more]