Rest in Peace GOBELINS Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

“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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“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]

Sororelle Stop Motion Short Film Frédéric Even Louise Mercadier | STASH MAGAZINE

“Sororelle” Stop Motion Short Film by Frederic Even and Louise Mercadier

From the team at Papy3D in Paris: “Three sisters are facing an impending disaster: the imminent flooding by the Sea of the lands where they live. In the midst of such chaos, the sisterly union is shaken up and each of the sisters experiences the imminence of death, in their inner selves. “Frédéric Even and […] [Read more]

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“abStr2ckt” CG Experiments by Maurice Fransen

Dutch art director, photographer, and motion designer Maurice Fransen coaxes intriguing CG results out of Cinema 4D X-Particles while rendering with Octane and Cycles 4D. [Read more]

Moon Knight Fan Film Akshay Tiwari | STASH MAGAZINE

“Moon Knight” Fan Film by Akshay Tiwari

Inspired by writer Jeff Lemire and artist Greg Smallwood’s comic series Moon Knight, Indian director/designer Akshay Tiwari (currently at The Mill NY), crafts a personal film he describes as “a journey through death, doubt, and delirium culminating in symbolic rebirth.” [Read more]