Some of the over top performances are the best parts of this short.
One of those videos that possibly surpasses the beauty you would experience if you were actually there.
Some of the images are just unbelievable.
Absolutely lovely project. Via NoFilmSchool, where you can also find a video on how it was made.
Stop-motion on an extremely small stage.
The making of is available here (if that kind of stuff interests you).
A stalwart cupcake yearning to find something beyond his world of sugar cube skyscrapers and frosting-covered friends. When his makeshift boat crashes on foreign shores, he makes a shocking discovery that changes him forever.
A stop animated short film by Kirsten Lepore.
Watch Sweet Dreams.
Can’t resist Carl Sagan’s voice and timelapse combo. Via Gruber.
I’ve slowly grown tired of timelapse videos, another pretty way to avoid saying anything or create anything within the viewer. However, even if it is just a small step away, this stunning video tries to overcome the prettiness by creating a complex portrait of Japan through mood and music.
Even slightly out of season, that little warm feeling feels good.
A film of creative agency TBWA Brussels, directed by Olivier Babinet and produced by Lovo Films.
An elderly man fishing on a tempestuous sea is a metaphor for loss of memory and loss of self. As everything he tries to “catch” slips through his fingers, so too the world slips away and he becomes undone.
A short film by Hayley Morris, Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance 2009.
Watch it. (Flash Video)
(via Cartoon Brew)
I didn’t see this when it came out but here it is if you hadn’t either.
Lovely mood. I’m sure we will see tutorials, copycats of this technique very soon.