Celebrating the 2020 Winners | Hidden History of Coffee
We love our coffee. But who made the first cup? Legend has it the world's most consumed beverage has a strange and dark origin.
Project Breakdown with Dimitris Armenakis
The film explores the topic of overconsumption in the 21st century. Cartoon characters are used as products of postmodern society. The idea was to tell… Read more
Project Breakdown with Marius Vaitkevicius
Our new Breakdown series will aim to highlight some of last year’s achievements, particularly those that may have been overshadowed by the pandemic. This week… Read more
“My Brother,” a meditation on migrant workers
My Brother is a powerful visual essay about society and immigration, written and directed by Audrey Yeo for her SCAD Senior BFA Project.
Producers, a moment, please!
Allison Maier and Barrett Brown, two students at the Ringling College of Art & Design, are conducting research aimed at improving the lives of producers.
Behind the Scenes: “Donning the Digital Mask: Anonymous”
The infamous group of hackers that identify themselves as “Anonymous” are, as their name suggests, incredibly hard to pin down. They’ve targeted racists, terrorists and pedophiles. They’ve brought… Read more
Make it Sound FAT
If you’ve ever suspected that dubstep might lead to an apocalypse, this rollicking short from Bellecour Ecoles d’Art students will confirm your fears. Wonderfully paced… Read more
Gobelins: Annecy 2014
French school Gobelins, l’école de l’image consistently produces animation graduates of an amazing caliber, and their work rarely disappoints. Goblins has released their first crop… Read more
Liars Need Good Memory
In “Liars Need Good Memory,” Ringling College of Art and Design student James Heredia creates a visual poem about identity, belonging and lying. The collaged… Read more
A moving choreography by Savannah College of Art and Design student Chelsea Jones, merges dance and animation in a breathtaking single take.
Gobelins students flex their animation muscles in this ode to getting ripped, “Sweatness.”
The students of Gobelins strike again. “Myosis” is an existential love story, a lyrical tale of passion and the creative destruction sometimes necessary to stay… Read more
Supinfocom: “Contre Temps”
A group of talented Supinfocom Arles graduates have released their 2012 thesis film, “Contre temps.” Chock full of gorgeous shots, the film is set in… Read more
Rury Lee and Janice Ahn hit the scene
Recent Art Center grads Rury Lee and Janice Ahn uphold their alma mater’s reputation for producing top talent. Each of their portfolios bubbles over with… Read more
Kaleb Lechowski: R’ha
Kaleb Lechowski’s “R’ha” ups the ante for solo writer/director/animators, proving that while the barrier to entry for solo animated filmmaking is lower than ever, expectations… Read more
Apotheosis – Alex Gee and Pujesh Joshi
A superb student film that combines old school graphic elements with a quality design eye and great storytelling. Definitely a must watch.
Jason Carpenter: The Renter
Do yourself a favor: Stop what you’re doing and, for the next 9 minutes devote your attention to “The Renter,” an animated short by CalArts… Read more
J’aurai Ta Peau
J’aurai Ta Peau: Extremely visceral and atmospheric skin-based piece done by four students from Supinfocom. (Slight Tasteful NSFW Warning!)