"Contretemps" GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

“Contretemps” GOBELINS 2021 Graduation Short Film

A young woman with crippling OCD confronts her worst fears head-on to save the day for her sister in this intimate, composed, and surprisingly emotional short film from five animation students at GOBELINS in Paris. [Read more]

Recycled Short Film Media.Work | STASH MAGAZINE

“Recycled” Short Film by Media.Work

Creative directors Igor Sordokhonov, Maxim Zhestkov, and the team at Media.Work are back with their latest in-house project “dedicated to the research of how plastic waste could be reclaimed and turned into new items.” [Read more]

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Sony “You or You” by Takashi Ohashi and Haruka Mugihara

Created as part of Sony’s experimental Floating Habitat project anticipating how future climate refugees may live at sea, You or You is based on a story by science fiction writer Haruka Mugihara and directed by Takashi Ohashi. [Read more]

Sarah Beth Morgan Between Lines Short Film trailer | STASH MAGAZINE

Sarah Beth Morgan Teases “Between Lines” Animated Short Film

Director/illustrator Sarah Beth Morgan in Portland, OR: Out of trauma, blooms a sense of healing and connection. Between Lines is an upcoming short film that speaks to the scarring experience of schoolgirl bullying – and the recovery that follows. [Read more]

Green Life short film Exposes Secrets CG Animation | STASH MAGAZINE

“Green Life” Exposes Production Secrets of CG Animated Shorts

In an act of true selfless courage, directors Ricard Badia, Russ Etheridge, and Milo Targett (sometimes disguised as “Plank Studio” in London) take us behind the scenes in this shocking exposé of how CG short films are actually made. [Read more]

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“A Dearly Bought Kiss” (or a Legal Lesson for Lechers) by Christa Jarrold

Illustrator and animator Christa Jarrold in London: “Told through the voices of modern teens (with a twist of trap music), this 60-second film recounts the story of Saverland Vs Newton, a case that set a legal precedent in 1837.” [Read more]