Adult Swim Dirty Projectors Earth Crisis by Encyclopedia Pictura | STASH MAGAZINE

Adult Swim + Encyclopedia Pictura + Dirty Projectors = “Earth Crisis”

In one of the most surprising (and striking) collaborations of 2020, Encyclopedia Pictura director Isaiah Saxon conjures a magical and melancholy tale for Adult Swim anchored on music from Brooklyn indie rock band Dirty Projectors. [Read more]

We short film by Martina Stiftinger and Rita Louro | STASH MAGAZINE

“We” Short Film by Martina Stiftinger and Rita Louro

Co-director/animators Martina Stiftinger and Rita Louro in London: “‘We’ is a visual essay on the state of being connected – a metaphorical study of interpersonal relationships and social constraints. [Read more]

CYRAMZA Max and Maxine by Peter Sluszka | STASH MAGAZINE

“Max and Maxine” by Peter Sluszka and Hornet

Hornet Director Peter Sluszka leads his stop-motion team into a surreal and emotional world of hand-made wonder to emphasize the importance of imagination as a motivational force when faced with terminal illness. [Read more]

HBO Backstories Watchmen by Showoff Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

HBO Backstories: Damon Lindelof and “Watchmen” by Ivan Dixon

Damon Lindelof, aka A-list screenwriter and multi-Emmy-winning creator/showrunner of HBO’s adaptation of Watchmen, details the origin of his love of comic books with animated help from director Ivan Dixon and the crew at Studio Showoff in Melbourne. [Read more]

Adult Swim IN_BOX short film by Michael Marczewski | STASH MAGAZINE

Adult Swim Smalls “IN_BOX” by Michael Marczewski

The Adult Swim Smalls series of short films continue to generate smiles with off-kilter motion experiments like this low-key comic treat from director/animator Michael Marczewski in London. [Read more]

Nixie & Nimbo series trailer Yves Geleyn | STASH MAGAZINE

Odin “Nixie and Nimbo” Series Trailer by Yves Geleyn

Designed to teach kids about anxiety in a relatable and entertaining way, “Nixie and Nimbo” is a streaming series co-created by Hornet director Yves Geleyn and the studio’s head of creative development Kristin Labriola. [Read more]