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“Rest in Peace” GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film

Inspired by German Expressionist films like The Cabinet of Dr.Caligiri, the latest grad film from the GOBELINS class of 2021 is a bold yet nuanced critique of “politicians and their absurd and cruel way of running countries.” [Read more]

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Arkadiy Demchenko Releases Full Trailer for CG Short Film “Relicts”

Director/CG artist Arkadiy Demchenko in Moscow: “‘Relicts’ is an animated horror short movie set in a remote village lost somewhere deep in primeval winter woods.” [Read more]

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Zain “Jeelna Line” Spot by Maged Nassar

Egyptian director Maged Nassar, who dropped this piece of stylish chaos for Pepsi Black in 2020, keeps up the manic energy in this explosion of handmade multi-media (including stop-motion) for Saudi Arabian telecom Zain. [Read more]

WWF “Eurythenes Plasticus” by Hans-Christoph Schultheiss and Sehsucht

From the team at Sehsucht in Hamburg, Germany: “Eurythenes Plasticus is a newly discovered species, the first in history that has been named after the ocean plastic that contaminates it. “Although it lives far away and at great depths, microplastics were already detected in the body of the amphipod when it was discovered. “Together with […] [Read more]

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Juni Learning Brand Film by Guto Terni and ROOF Studio

From the release: ROOF Studio animated a new spot for Juni Learning, an online learning experience that prepares kids 7-18 for the real world by teaching them the skills needed to succeed in the industries and career paths of the future. [Read more]

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“Chroniques de L’eau Salée” GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film

A bitter-sweet tale of leaving and family, this animated short from five 2021 Gobelins animation grads was inspired by the work of Japanese artists, including manga master Matsumoto Taiyó, illustrator Taniucho Rokuró, and filmmaker Yuasa Masaaki. [Read more]