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ACLU “Treated Like We Did Something Wrong”

Daniela Sherer, an indie animator and illustrator based in Tel Aviv and London: “This is a short I directed/animated for ACLU. [Watch]

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Abdullah Ibrahim: How Improvisation Saved My Life

The potent directing team of Melbourne’s Tessa Chong and London’s Lee Arkapaw animate a fantastic story by acclaimed South African pianist and composer Abdullah Ibrahim about surviving apartheid and the power of improvisation. [Watch]


Trevor Noah on the Power of Humor by Eoin Duffy

Eoin Duffy: “Trevor Noah details the far reach of laughter. A tool that houses the power to unknowingly connect two opposing individuals.” [Watch]

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Conan Remembers his Last Show with The White Stripes

Designed and animated by the Moth team in London, Conan’s wish to have The White Stripes perform on the final episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien comes true in the most fabulous way. [Watch]


TIFF: The Canadian Experiment

Toronto motion house Polyester Studio animates a heartfelt talk by Canadian director Clement Virgo on what it means to be Canadian for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). [Watch]

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On Still Being a Virgin by James Carbutt for The School of Life

Manchester animator/illustrator James Carbutt: “This School of Life collaboration deals with the stigma around still being a virgin at age 20 and beyond. The animation mixes painted textures and forms with frame by frame and After Effects keyframe animation.” [Watch]