A thrilling mix of horror and humor, ‘Buzzkill’ doesn’t look like your typical monster flick.
The film is an unsettling portrait of Ingrid Olderöck, a Chilean national police officer under Pinochet who used dogs to torture prisoners.
After deciding he’d never pull of the trick in real life, Diakur tasked a digital version of himself to learn how to backflip.
Lim used crayons to animate the adorable plants that populate the world of ‘My Mu,’ giving it an organic texture.
The sci-fi short features a thrilling chase scene with a jetpack wearing sea monster and a granny on a penguin-shaped sea bike.
One of our favorite shorts from last year, ‘Sierra’ is now free to watch online.
An orange stick figure takes on complex equations in a battle that has animation fans and mathematicians equally excited.
Today’s Cartoon Brew Pick is a throwback to frantic Japanese anime from the VHS era, including tracking lines and wonky audio.
The film won the European Film Award for best short film, beating out the continent’s best in live action and animation.
The film screened in Annecy’s short competition last month and is now available to watch for free online.
Manney’s latest is subverts “traditional western cartoon aesthetics” which he feels are often used to dilute the true toll of violence.
An animated animator smiles and sings through his pain in this whimsical musical short.
The film was released online this week after a successful international festival run.
Belgium’s Rabbit Hole produced the sharp-looking cg short about a middle-aged crane operator who just wants to enjoy his lunch.
AI may have been responsible for the imagery, but director Fabian Mosele put in serious hours constructing this nine-minute short.
Hewett’s third-year Calarts films is full of acerbic commentary on people whose view of the world has become warped from spending too much time online.
Directed by Marko Dješka, the short is sometimes funny, other times terrifying, and eventually enlightening. Just like real life.
The 2020 short impressed at Annecy, Ottawa, and Tallinn, and is now free to watch on Youtube.
Hughes used ink, white-out, gouache paint, gold leaf, and other materials to hand-draw the short on thousands of pages of financial journals.
Vincent deftly plays with perspective and scale in her latest short, available online now.