Imagery and text culled from American politics, drawing upon figures and themes based on the filmmaker’s upbringing in South Carolina.
Cartoon Brew Pick
Herman’s quiet, colorful world is suddenly interrupted by something loud and stressy.
Our Short Pick of the Day, a striking mix of pixilation and collage, comes from Hungary’s MOME animation school.
An animated investigation into Disneyland’s “most boring” attraction.
From Japan, Ryoji Yamada’s music video made in pastels for Keita Sano’s “Mad Love.”
A new music video for a classic song.
In Jeron Braxton’s “Octane,” a man must race thru hell and back to get what he wants.
Stranded on a distant planet, a lonely astronaut sends out a signal in search of human contact.
“So that’s what it feels like to go outside.” Film by Vladimir Tomin, 2018.
In a scorched desert forest, three damaged creatures encounter something green.
In our Short Pick of the Day, a woman leaves home for a short holiday, when she has a panic attack imagining all things that can go wrong in her home in her absence.
Sexy yetis, scientists, and neon colors collide in “Better Humans”: a kaleidoscopic romp through the possibilities of gene editing and body augmentation.
The newest “Schoolhouse Rock!” song explains double negatives and how the president doesn’t not use them to lie.
A special sequence from Cartoon Network’s “The Amazing World of Gumball.”
Music video for the Rare Americans’ “Cats, Dogs, & Rats.”
Can life’s second act be as fulfilling as the first? Jelle van Meerendonk explores in his humorous graduation film.
Watch this music video created entirely with imagery from an 1897 Sears Roebuck Catalogue.
An experimental animation from Japan that samples Disney’s copyrighted work combined with video synthesizer.
In Cartoon Brew’s Short Pick of the Day, a girl goes out in the summertime looking for love.