Brilliant production values, excellent design and a poignant narrative have made the independent "Borrowed Time" an award winning entry in worldwide film festival circuits. Directed by Andrew Coats and Lou Hamou-Lhadj who are Pixar animators. The making of video follows the film. You can also follow along on Facebook and Twitter.
This is a poignant and touching film created as a graduation project at Supinfocom in France. "Rose Bleue" deals with a man's love for his wife that is desperate and intense but helpless to save her. There are 5 talented directors involved with the project. They are Mehdi Aouichaoui, Claire Dejoie, Francois Heysen, Pauline Lebris and Quentin Pointillart.
Before smartphones and social media. Before the Internet as we know it. Before GCI movies and digital production... there was a time known as the 1980's. "Mall 84" is a meloncholy and enchanting tribute to that era beautifully animated by UK based Gervais Merryweather with fidelity to what it was like then. Music by Mitch Murder.
This coming weekend we'll be seeing the theatrical release of "Middle School: the Worst Years Of My Life" with animated sequences by Duncan Studio in Pasadena California. Founded by long time industry veteran Ken Duncan the studio oversaw the production of all the animation in the movie. Take a look at the featurette to see how it was handled and the great footage we can look forward to.
London based Treat Studios specializes in high end animation and motion graphics. Directors Alex Robinson and Daniel Boyle like to fascinate viewers with work that makes one wonder how it was done. "Synergy" showcases a a technique that involves minimal computer based production input and lots of good ol analog techniques.
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