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Kate Isobel Scott Takes Home the “Money” in Dark Side of the Moon Animation Competition

Melbourne animation director and illustrator Kate Isobel Scott’s ambitious stop-motion epic has earned a place in pop culture history as the official music video for one of the most-played songs of all time, Pink Floyd’s “Money”. [Watch]

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Buda.tv Marks Studio Anniversary With a Celebration of AI (Anatomical Intelligence)

Launched in 2016 by animator/CDs Martin Dasnoy and Dalmiro Buigues, Buenos Aires studio Buda.tv celebrates eight years with an anthem film stating the creative importance of anatomical intelligence in the age of artificial intelligence. [Watch]

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Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and Electric Theatre Collective Save the Day for Coca-Cola x Marvel

London VFX masters Electric Theatre Collective and Partizan director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet (whose ample talent for CG-enhanced live-action can be seen in this classic) combine forces for a fun trip thru the Marvel Universe with Coca-Cola. [Watch]

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Mrzyk & Moriceau and Mathematic Keep it “Smooth” for ROLLiN Insurance

Somewhere in the future, when the world has come to its senses and finally establishes the Car Insurance Advertising Hall of Fame (CIAHoF), this spot from Division directing duo Mrzyk & Moriceau will be inducted for sheer audacity. [Watch]

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Assembly Travels “Lightyears From Home” With Hospitals United for Sick Kids

Director Matt von Trott and the team at Assembly in Auckland craft an emotionally resonant animated odyssey inspired by the challenges experienced by hospitalized children for the Australian charity Hospitals United for Sick Kids. [Watch]

Eric Paperth and Tyler March Want You to Know it “Sucks To Be The Moon”

After a glory-filled rampage thru the festival circuit, Tiny Little Cartoons (aka Eric Paperth and Tyler March) let loose their interplanetary musical comedy about the moon’s quest for a celestial body that appreciates him on adult swim SMALLS. [Watch]

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