Phantom Limb 22.05.2014

Alex Grigg’s “Phantom Limb,” created for Late Night Work Club, is now online in its entirety. Poignantly minimal, the short film tells a story of loss and regret.
Previously we’ve already published another short from the same compilation – Mountain Ash.

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Johnny Express 19.05.2014

A fun short made by Korean animation studio Alfred Imageworks.
It’s 2150
There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space.
Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages.
Johnny is lazy and his only desire is to sleep in his autopilot spaceship.
when the spaceship arrives at the destination, all he has to do is simply deliver the box.
However, it never goes as planned. Johnny encounters strange and bizarre planets
and always seems to cause trouble on his delivery route.

Will he be able to finish his mission without trouble?
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Souls 15.04.2014

“The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door…” (с) Frederic Brown

Graduation work of ESMA students (France). English subs included.

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Second hand 13.04.2014

The term “second hand” refers to the ticking hand on a clock; it also describes re-used items. Would you rather save time? Or save stuff? This film examines the imbalance and waste created by these modern obsessions. Made by Isaac King, this short is a winner of 9 international festivals. The technique was a mix of stop-motion and 2D drawing in Flash, combined in AfterEffects.

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Lila 11.04.2014

Stunning newwork of Carlos Lascano (Argentina). Live action combines with animation, the latter playing small but very important role. This short completes the trilogy started in 2008 (together with A short love story in short motion and A shadow of blue, we’ve published these earlier as part of bigger post about Carlos Lascano works). See also a short interview with author about his latest work.

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Kuroko 27.03.2014

Kuroko are stagehands in traditional Japanese theatre, who dress all in black. In kabuki, the kuroko serve many of the same purposes as running crew. They move scenery and props on stage, aiding in scene changes and costume changes. They will also often play the role of animals, will-o-the-wisps, or other roles which are played not by an actor in full costume, but by holding a prop. Kuroko wear all black, head to toe, in order to imply that they are invisible and not part of the action onstage. Graduation work of Haruka Suzuki (Kanazawa College of Art) places kurokos in modern world and presents them as unseen part of everyday life.

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