Hand-drawn animation and dance performance intersect and interact in a piece that asks, Who am I?
“As a boy in Kansas I was afraid of three things: rattlesnakes, tornados, and my father.”
An animated city symphony celebrates the hidden world of background noise with field recordings from the streets of LA and Tokyo.
Flower sniffing, carpet calisthenics, and other restless leisure-time activities. Domestic life can be tough. Finally, day breaks.
Clocking in at a brisk eighty seconds, “Sun of Beach” by Natan Moura is the shortest film debut in Cartoon Brew’s 2013 Student Animation Festival. Moura made the film as a graduation project at Sheridan College in Oakville, Canada.
A snail invents the wheel and goes through a cultural evolution to finally get back to its origin.
What if the end of the world wasn’t such a big deal, and some guy fixed it every now and then?