The Soloists GOBELINS Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Soloists” GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film

The newest grad film from this year’s animation class at GOBELINS, wraps important ideas about women’s rights and authoritarian rule into a charming dark comedy about three elderly women who just want to sing. [Read more]

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“script.exe” Animated Poem by Team Tumult

From the crew at Team Tumult in Zurich, Switzerland: “script.exe is the result of the third Team Tumult Ani-Jam that we held in September 2021. In a three-day team retreat at the beautiful Walensee Resort, we contemplated on artificial intelligence, discussed new ways of storytelling, and wrote a collaborative script, which we turned into an abstract, visual journey back in our Studio.” [Read more]

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“Did I Miss Anything? Long Story Short” by Kong Studio

Director/co-founder Bill Elliott at Kong Studio London: “The Long Story Short concept is to tell an informative, entertaining, and true tale in under 60 seconds. [Read more]

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“Blue Curry” GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film

In the gentle and edifying short film Blue Curry from five animation students at GOBELINS in Paris, a mother invites her son to understand the beauty of diversity on Earth as they prepare dinner together. [Read more]

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Cartoonito “Wide Load Vacay” Shorts by Buck

CD Sean McClintock and the animation crew at Buck take to the open road with Frank and Charlie, two houses on the back of a moving truck for Cartoonito, the new Cartoon Network programming block aimed at preschoolers. [Read more]

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First Look at Bill Joyce’s New Animated Short “Mr Spam Gets a New Hat”

From the team at DNEG in London: “We’re delighted to share the trailer for ‘Mr. Spam Gets A New Hat’, the imaginative new animated short from Oscar-Winning filmmaker Bill Joyce.” [Read more]