The Danish Chair by Marius Vaitkevicius | STASH MAGAZINE

In Praise of Danish Modern

Inspired by an exhibition of Danish chair design at Designmuseum Danmark in København, Brighton motion designer Marius Vaitkevicius committed the next nine months to further research and crafting these three films. [Watch]

“One: an Apollo 11 Homage” by Woodwork

Director Marvin Koppejan and a small crew at Woodwork in Amsterdam help mark the Fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with a powerful all-CG labor-of-love recreating the event’s most iconic moments. [Watch]

Poland Unconquered: Trying Times by Tengent and Juice | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Unconquered: Trying Times” Historical Short Film

Combining forces for a prequel to the 2017 historical epic “The Unconquered,” Polish studios Tengent and Juice employ a dramatic game-cinematic aesthetic to recount a rousing chapter in their country’s evolution. [Watch]

Siblings short film by Fabrice Le Nezet | STASH MAGAZINE

“Siblings” Kinetic Sculptures by Fabrice Le Nézet

While working on sketches for an upcoming sculpture exhibition, London director and visual artist Fabrice Le Nézet imagined the metal constructions coming to life and decided to make a short CG film exploring the idea of “function without functionality.” [Watch]

Simpsons Couch gag Russian Art Film Version by Lazy Square | STASH MAGAZINE

The Darkest Simpson’s Couch Gag. Ever.

Lenivko Kvadratjić (aka Lazy Square) built a cult following with his neo-dystopian animated shorts about Russian life but his latest, an art-film interpretation of The Simpsons’ opening, should find him a wider audience (and under increased surveillance). [Watch]

Animated Investigative Report: “The Office of Missing Children”

From Reveal, a journalism-focused US nonprofit: “More than 2,600 kids were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” family separation policy. [Watch]