Eli Lilly Planimation short film | STASH MAGAZINE

Space Walking with Yves Geleyn in “Planimation”

In this expansive and poetic branded content film for Eli Lilly, Hornet director Yves Geleyn draws a parallel between the connectedness of the solar system and the importance of medical sequencing in cancer treatment. [Read more]

BBC Ideas Resilience by Kong Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Kong Studio Reinforces the Importance of “Resilience” for BBC Ideas

Co-founders Bill Elliott and Tom Baker at Kong Studio in London: “2020 has been a rough ride for many people around the world. The need to be resilient on both personal and societal levels seems ever more important. [Read more]

Motionpoems On Lock Down by On Lockdown by Todd Boss and Calum Macdiarmid | STASH MAGAZINE

Motion Poems: “On Lockdown” by Calum Macdiarmid

Wonderfully minimal and melancholy vignettes by London director/animator Calum Macdiarmid provide a perfect compliment for a poem by Todd Boss reflecting on quarantine and the social trigger of George Floyd’s death. [Read more]

The New Yorker Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion? | STASH MAGAZINE

The New Yorker “Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion?” by ShawnaX and Pablo Lozano

Animator and designer Pablo Lozano in Toronto: “[This film is part of] a new brand campaign for The New Yorker called “The Right Question Changes Everything”, ⁠celebrating some of the most important New Yorker articles and boiling them down to their central questions. [Read more]

The Rough Cut short film by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Film Premiere: “The Rough Cut” by Coat of Arms

Stash is pleased to present the premiere of a new passion project from Coat of Arms – a lockdown collaboration of 22 team members, The Rough Cut explores “the struggle creatives go through during the process of creation”. [Read more]

Pfizer The stories of chronic pain patients | STASH MAGAZINE

Pfizer “The Stories of Chronic Pain Patients” by Chu-Chieh Lee

Director and motion graphic designer Chu-Chieh Lee based in London and Taiwan: “These animations were screened at the Atlantic Festival with the aim to visualize the patient narratives and highlight the spoken content. [Read more]