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Trollbäck Opens “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” for HBO

Jakob Trollbäck and crew bring a much-needed fresh look to the news parody genre with this crisp and intricate open for HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” topped off with a layer of witty psuedo-Latin labels that Chuck Jones would appreciate. [Watch]

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Santa Delivers the FIFA World Cup for MTV/Viacom Brazil

Santa Transmedia in São Paulo join the growing football media frenzy with this series of vivid IDs for MTV/Viacom Brazil, a crazed blend of roto, cel animation and motion graphics, “We chose to embrace reality and created, wrote and produced films about a World Cup that happens not only on TV or in stadiums, [Watch]

Stash 105 = 100 Minutes of Awesome

Stash 105 showcases the planet’s top design, animation and VFX studios plus breakout young motion talent, adding another 31 outstanding video projects to the permanent collection. Carefully curated since 2004, the Stash library now features over 4,000 exceptional films and behind the scenes features, with [Watch]

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Stash Latin America 3 Launches at Cannes Film Fest

Spread across 6,000 miles, six time zones and every possible climate, the design, animation and VFX industry in Latin America represents a staggering array of talent bound together by a passion for creating outstanding work. (Watch the collection here.) Stash’s third collection of studios from across this vibrant region [Watch]

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Piccadilly Curtains, Tequila and Justin Timberlake

Strange Beast director Piccadilly Curtains (aka Adam Parry) shows off his diverse bag of design and directing skills with this very cool multimedia set piece for Sauza’s premium 901 tequila starring Justin Timberlake and some very tasty graphic projections. Piccadilly Curtains: “Projections, illustration, alcohol and a [Watch]

Sibling Rivalry Rebrands Nicktoons

Creative collective Sibling Rivalry answers the question many parents (and the exec’s at Nicktoons) are asking: What does a nine-year old boy think is awesome? The studio’s reply, as demo’d by this insane montage is a combination of humor, action and intense color created with a mashup of live action, stop motion, 2D, and 3D.
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