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Jóhann Jóhannsson “A Song For Europa” by Gergely Wootsch

Studio Aka director/animator Gergely Wootsch in London: “A music video for the late Jóhann Jóhannsson’s mesmerising album, Orpheé animated at Studio Aka.
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Studio AKA: OTTO “Time”

Studio AKA director Marc Craste’s new spot for European online retailer OTTO shakes up this year’s flow of heart-tugging animated holiday spots by combining the mandatory emotional punch with unexpected character design and art direction. [Read more]

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The Wisdom of Pessimism

UK-based Swiss philosopher/writer/television presenter Alain de Botton reads his own script in this counter-intuitive mini-masterpiece on the benefits of a glass half empty – conjured by London director/animator/designer Claudio Salas and a crew of over 30 collaborators. [Read more]

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Gergely Wootsch and Terry Jones Celebrate Magna Carta

Everything you ever wanted to know about the seminal English charter of 1215 called Magna Carta in two short, entertaining and nicely crafted animated clips by Beakus director/designer Gergely Wootsch with the VO talents of Monty Python’s Terry Jones. [Read more]

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Giant Ant: “Stickboy, An Opera in Three Acts”

Vancouver motion phenoms Giant Ant push their story telling talents into dark, dramatic, wide-screen territory with this riveting animated backdrop commissioned by the Vancouver Opera for “Stickboy” based on the book of the same name by Canadian spoken word artist Shane Koyczan with music by Neil Weisensel. [Read more]

Gergely Wootsch Unveils Frankenstein for “Penny Dreadful”

Beakus director Gergely Wootsch adds just the right sense of sinister style to the first of three animated virals promoting the new drama series Penny Dreadful on SKY in the UK. “Taking inspiration from the origins of Frankenstein, this dark and atmospheric clip is narrated by Matthew Sweet, and illustrates how the novel came about. ‘Penny Dreadful’ is created by John Logan and stars Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton, Eva Green and Billie Piper.” [Read more]