Danae Gosset Pencil Studio TSHA Running Music Video | STASH MAGAZINE

Director Danae Gosset and Pencil Studio Drop “Running” Music Video for TSHA

Director and art director Danaé Gosset leads the team at Pencil Studio into what she calls “an abstract and psychedelic visual exploration of self-introspection and imagination” for London producer/musician TSHA. [Watch]

Tundra Animation The Sky Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

Tundra Honors Endangered Indigenous Cultures with “Sakha” Short Film

Alexander Okhlopkov founder of animation studio Tundra: “Tundra is an animation studio from New Zealand and Yakutia in North Eastern Russia, our mission is to share the indigenous culture of Sakha with the world through the art of animation. [Watch]

ROTATOR Short Film by Simon Russell | STASH MAGAZINE

“ROTATOR” Palindromic Short Film by Simon Russell

Join UK director and motion designer Simon Russell as he takes us through the creative and technical challenges of his intricate and hypnotic new personal work ROTATOR, a short film based on visual and audio symmetry. [Watch]

PLSTC Short Film Laen Sanches Midjourney | STASH MAGAZINE

“PLSTC” Short Film by Laen Sanches and Midjourney

Laen Sanches, a French art director and motion designer based in Amsterdam, recruits the Midjourney AI platform to create an undersea dystopia designed to submerge the viewer in the disturbing reality of ocean plastic pollution. [Watch]

Steve Cutts Short Film A Brief Disagreement | STASH MAGAZINE

Fabulous New Steve Cutts Short Film “A Brief Disagreement”

UK illustrator/animator Steve Cutts (whose short film Happiness we consider mandatory viewing), just dropped his latest cheery observation about humanity, a frantic three-minute look at our proclivity for conflict called “A Brief Disagreement”. [Watch]

Gobelins short Film Au Revoir Jerome | STASH MAGAZINE

Slip Into the Wonderfully Surreal Gobelins Grad Film “Au Revoir Jérôme!”

Following a stellar run on the festival circuit, the quizzical charm of Au Revoir Jérôme! (Goodbye Jerome!), the graduation film by Gobelins students Adam Sillard, Gabrielle Selnet, and Chloé Farr is now available for your viewing pleasure. [Watch]