This Time Away short film by Magali Barbé | STASH MAGAZINE

“This Time Away” Short Film by Magali Barbé

After 10 years as a VFX animator/previz artist and the success of her first short film in 2017, London writer/director Magali Barbé is back with a near-future heart-warmer starring Timothy Spall and a little robot named Max. [Read more]

Sea You short film by Ben Brand | STASH MAGAZINE

“Sea You” Short Film Directed by Ben Brand

Director Ben Brand: “When my girlfriend told me the story of spreading her deceased grandmother’s ash over the sea (like a lot of people around the world do) I started wondering what actually happens to all that ash.” [Read more]

Lemp’s Last Wright documentary titles | STASH MAGAZINE

“Lemp’s Last Wright” Documentary Titles by Jordan Bergren

Motion designer and director Jordan Bergren: “In late 2019 my friend Franki Cambeletta reached out asking if I’d be interested in creating a title sequence for his upcoming documentary ‘Lemp’s Last Wright’. [Read more]

Amazon Hunters - The Princess & the Green Knight | STASH MAGAZINE

Animated Allegory for “Hunters” Amazon Series by Sun Creature and Psyop

From Sun Creature Studio: “‘The Princess & the Green Knight’ is a fantastical animation sequence appearing in episode 7 (‘Shalom Motherf***er’) of Amazon’s original series Hunters. “In a flashback sequence, Ruth reveals her history in the Auschwitz camp during the Second World War to her grandson Jonah. The story is told in the context of […] [Read more]

Hulu Little Fires Everywhere Main Title | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes with Imaginary Forces on the “Little Fires Everywhere” Main Title

From Imaginary Forces: “The titles for Little Fires Everywhere delivers on the name itself as we indulged our inner pyromania. Shot at high speed, it’s a ballet of burning objects, tumbling, floating, and falling through frame. [Read more]

Hillary Documentary Main Title by Imaginary Forces | STASH MAGAZINE

Hulu “Hillary” Documentary Main Title by Imaginary Forces

From Imaginary Forces: “How do you make a portrait of one of the most admired and vilified women of the world? Well, if it’s Hillary Clinton, you raid filmmaker Nanette Burstein’s archive of personal and press photos, stack ’em in chronological order, and let ’em play! [Read more]