Chaud Lapin short film | STASH MAGAZINE

Interspecies Intrigue with “Chaud Lapin”

The genre of animal love triangles slips into murderous new territory in “Chaud Lapin,” the carefully rendered graduation film directed and animated by Supinfocom Arles students Géraldine Gaston, Alexis Magaud, Flora Andrivon, Maël Berreur, and Soline Bejuy. [Read more]

STASH 117 Drops. Crowd Goes Wild.

A full-on jolt of visual caffeine, Stash 117 adds another 31 stellar video projects to the Stash Permanent Collection – the planet’s largest online archive of design, animation and VFX, plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

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CalArts 2016: “You Look Scary” and “Desert Critters”

The bumper crop of student films from the 2016 CalArts Character Animation program includes “You Look Scary” by Xiya Lan and “Desert Critters” by Li Wen Toh – both demonstrate outstanding storytelling talents while using fully divergent styles, techniques and narrative structures. [Read more]

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Inspiration + Insight = Stash 116

With the addition of issue 116, the Stash Permanent Collection now features 4,400 of the planet’s most innovative and inspiring design, animation and VFX projects – plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews with the creative and production talent behind the work. [Read more]

Stash 115 | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 115 Drops 2.5 Hours of Inspiration Overload

With a running time of almost 2.5 hours, Stash 115 is guaranteed to overload your inspiration receptors with brilliant design, animation, VFX, and behind-the-scenes features plus exclusive interviews with the talent behind the brilliance. [Read more]

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Jacob Ferguson, Adrian Pumarejo Reveal “The Invisible Truth”

Completed over the course of four months as their senior thesis film, Ringling College Motion Design students Jacob Ferguson and Adrian Pumarejo capture the mind-altering terror of child abuse in this atmospheric and visceral jolt of stylized CG called “The Invisible Truth.” [Read more]