In Einar Baldvin’s Slamdance-winning short, pastor John Deitman descends into madness during the summer of 1927.
In the 1950s, earth is invaded by a mechanical menace. Love emerges between a man, a woman, and a giant robot from outer space.
We are all born as wet as a banana, around 75% water.
As two organisms compete for the one light amid the darkness, their story reveals the volatile nature of power.
Four children devise a plan to avenge Elliott on the lunch lady.
A man with social phobia gets followed by a naive and clumsy creature.
A chance encounter proves fateful for two robots mining on a desolate planet.
A cat and pig are members of the constabulary who go on a quest to return a stolen egg to its distraught parents.
On a desert planet, the natives are running away from the menacing shadow of the night.
Et tu doggy?
A lonely man drinks a glass of water that changes his life.
It is a hot Sunday by the lake. His father is fishing, his mother is sunbathing, and Irvine envisions a magnificent death for himself.
The mundane story of a heartbroken man, an online gambling addict, an alcoholic kleptomaniac, and an anxious loner living in the same apartment building.
These shorts debuted last week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
At the beginning of the 20th century, two climbers carry a statue of the Virgin to the top of a mountain.
What do you do when one of China’s largest TV broadcasters rips off your student film?
Earlier this month, the class of 2014 graduate films from French animation school Gobelins were published online.
Cartoon Brew’s fifth annual Student Animation Festival will launch tomorrow, August 5th, with the grand-prize winning work “Mr. Piggy Dies in 25 Dimensions” by Josh Sehnert.
For the fifth year in a row, we are delighted to present the selections for the Cartoon Brew Student Animation Festival, our online showcase for animated short premieres by student filmmakers. We like to believe that each year is our strongest year, but this year’s selections feel particularly vital, illustrating the remarkable breadth of work currently being produced by student filmmakers around the globe.
This was a final project created by Daniel Beaulieu in Vancouver Film School’s 3D animation program.
Waiter finished work, goes out and gets drunk.
An encounter with a mysterious girl turns Stanley’s perfect wind-up world upside down.
Hand-drawn animation and dance performance intersect and interact in a piece that asks, Who am I?