WaterAid "The Girl Who Built A Rocket" by Neeraja Raj and Nexus | STASH MAGAZINE

WaterAid “The Girl Who Built A Rocket” by Neeraja Raj and Nexus Studios

In her first commission since signing with Nexus Studios, recent NFTS animation graduate Neeraja Raj helms an ambitious 90-second spot driving home the fact one in 10 people do not have easy access to clean drinking water. [Read more]

"The Moon's Not That Great" Short Film by Mathieu Libman | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Moon’s Not That Great” Short Film by Mathieu Libman

The stories of an astronaut, a film director, and a unicycling bear all intersect in “The Moon’s Not That Great”, Mathieu Libman’s soft-spoken short film about dashed expectations and interplanetary popularity. [Read more]

TobaccoFreeCA "Tell Your Story" by Robertino Zambrano and Nexus | STASH MAGAZINE

TobaccoFreeCA “Tell Your Story” by Robertino Zambrano

Nexus director Robertino Zambrano turns the experiences of three smokers struggling to quit into engaging animated mini-docs for the California Department of Public Health’s Tobacco Control Program thru agency Duncan Channon. [Read more]

Boobs by Hannah Lau-Walker and Nexus Studios | STASH MAGAZINE

“Boobs” by Hannah Lau-Walker and Friends

Nexus director Hannah Lau-Walker gathers an all-female animation and audio crew to support the launch of “Boobs”, a collaborative art book designed to honor women (and boobs) with profits going to breast cancer charities. [Read more]

Nexus Studios signs director Neeraja Raj | STASH MAGAZINE

Nexus Studios signs Director Neeraja Raj

From the release: Nexus Studios is pleased to announce the signing of rising star, Neeraja Raj, for global directorial representation. Her NFTS short “Meow or Never”, a beautifully crafted stop-motion madcap musical, quickly grabbed the attention of the animation industry. [Read more]

Nexus Studios Signs Japanese Director Fantasista Utamaro | STASH MAGAZINE

Nexus Studios Signs Director Fantasista Utamaro

From the release: Nexus Studios is delighted to announce the signing of Fantasista Utamaro (Uta) to its commercial roster. Born in Japan but based in Brooklyn, Uta is part of a new generation of young Japanese creatives challenging the traditional boundaries of art. [Read more]