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Happy V-Day from Supinfocom Arles: “A la Française”

Hot off its tremendous festival run, “A la Française” seems like the perfect post for Valentines day: first because the animated short was created in France where romance was apparently invented, second it features a clandestine poultry hookup, and third it will put a smile on your face even if you’re very single. [Watch]

Quick Flix Trip with Pier Paolo’s “Cinematics”

Here’s a light and snappy confection to warm your chilly Thursday: Brazilian AD and motion man Pier Paolo expands on Antonio Vicentini’s “Camera Collection” to travel a timeline of classic films complete with the reworked music themes by Marcelo Baldin and a serving of Aphex Twin’s “Donkey Rhubarb.” Paulo is [Watch]

Conor Finnegan: Candice Gordon “Sound of Horns”

After winning the praise of festival audiences and juries for his charming and low key animated short “Fear of Flying” last year, Dublin’s Conor Finnegan spun 180 degrees to create the twisted tale of a malevolent sphincter in “Asshole.” His latest project, uses “stop-motion paint on puppet parts and lots of After Effects” to conjure this vibrant/cryptic music video for Irish-born, Berlin-based-artist Candice Gordon. Conor is represented by Nexus.

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Universal Everything: “Walking City”

Matt Pyke and Universal Everything invite you to spend seven hypnotic minutes with their “slowly evolving video sculpture” called Walking City, a fusion of architecture, evolution and movement “referencing the utopian visions of 1960’s architecture practice Archigram” who, according to Wikipedia, “was an avant-garde [Watch]

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2014 Sundance Film Festival Shorts on YouTube

Wish you were at Sundance this week? Let YouTube take away some of the pain with this compilation of all 15 short films screening at the 2014 Festival. The film with the most views takes home the Sundance Shorts Audience Award.
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Online Premiere: Richard Hickey ‘Francis’

Stash is pleased to present the online premiere of Richard Hickey’s “Francis.” A former Superfad director/CD, Hickey (now repped by Not to Scale in the UK and Logan & Sons in the US) worked with EP Kevin Batten to craft the tense and perfectly-paced film from a Dave Eggars short story first heard on a “This American Life” broadcast. [Watch]