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]

Expedia Let's Take a Trip | STASH MAGAZINE

Expedia “Let’s Take a Trip” by Victor Haegelin

WIZZ stop-motion specialist Victor Hagelin, who graced the cover of Stash 131 with his fabulous “Captain 3D” short, is back with more frame-by-frame fun in this new spot for travel site Expedia thru agency TeamOne LA. [Read more]

Heatwave short film by Fokion Xenos | STASH MAGAZINE

“Heatwave” Short film by Fokion Xenos

Since graduating from the UK’s National Film & Television School in 2019, Greek director/designer Fokion Xenos has watched his ambitious MA graduation film “Heatwave” selected for 137 film festivals, winning 20+ awards along the way. [Read more]

Standard Chartered Here for good Global Trade | STASH MAGAZINE

Standard Chartered “The Fable of Egg Fried Rice” by Mark Waring and Passion Pictures

Passion Pictures’ stop motion maven Mark Waring, who counts Tim Burton’s “Corpse Bride” and Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” among his many credits, conjures a heartwarming tale of cooperation and trade for Standard Chartered bank thru TBWA/Singapore. [Read more]

Right Now short film by Giant Ant | STASH MAGAZINE

The Giant Ant Crew Focus on “Right Now”

A thoughtful and ultimately emotional look at the world in 2020, “Right Now” is the latest in-house short film from Vancouver’s Giant Ant, written by studio co-founder and ECD Jay Grandin. [Read more]

Alok Memories by Gabriel and Sergio Twardowski | STASH MAGAZINE

Gabriel and Sergio Twardowski Capture Four Years of DJ Alok in 60 Seconds

Brazilian film directors, Gabriel and Sérgio Twardowski: “We are brothers working in content for artists and advertising and for the last four years we accompanied and recorded Brazilian DJ Alok on tours around the world. “In this project, we surveyed 900-hours (30 terabytes) of images that we recorded on tour, looking for a pattern of […] [Read more]