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THE EAGLEMAN STAG

This short is wonderfully ambitious with its storytelling. The underlying intent: “The larger our past gets the smaller our present feels” is given a world to live in. The animation invites you in with layers of textures and ideas.

THE VICE GUIDE TO KARACHI

If You’ve Never Been to Karachi, You’ve Never Been Killed

This is incredible ballsy journalism. Mingling with some of the most dangerous people on this planet in one of the craziest, most violent cities with an educated, skeptical commentary to round it off. The top video is part one of 5. The rest are below.

Relentless Drag

A story for pioneers. Just lovely.

Second Hand

One of the more original animated shorts out there. Overflowing with ideas that revolve around a very appropriate title. Great work!

The Accidental Sea

Don’t know why but post-apocalyptic areas are always fascinating.

Sparrow Songs – Fall Begins in Trona, CA

I like how the video embraces the rhythm of the town.

RSA Animate

I simply love these. See all of them here. These are my favorites:

The Wilderness Downtown

Code, maps, animation, live action all come together for this incredibly fascinating video.

Watch it. More info about the project here.

Bowerbirds “In Our Talons”

The ending is beautifully tragic. Thanks for taking such bold chances.

The American Dollar

Switch to fullscreen, it is gorgeous. Powerful stuff.

After hearing work from ‘The American Dollar’ we really felt the urge to create a music video for one of their new songs. Inspired by the music we had the idea of making a decaying world. One single cameramovement from left to right, showing a landscape, looping 9 times. Day becomes night and even the seasons go by. After we finished the production, we decided to reverse the whole video. This gives you a seamingly happy end, but you know what’s going to happen. There are no lyrics and we did not pay attention to the title of the song, we just felt this was the right thing to do.

(via Andy Coon)

Hayaku: A Time Lapse Journey Through Japan

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.

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M.I.A. – Born Free (dir. Romain Gavras)

NSFW.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xd2w3j

Meanwhile, in the fictitious world

Múm “Sing Along”

Stuffed

Hello there!

Today, No Fat Clips!!! is celebrating the birth of Beakus — a new animation production company based in London — with a long series of posts. Here’s a little extra for Tickleboothers.

Steve Smith, founder of Beakus and previously at Sherbet and Trunk, wrote, designed and directed Stufffed, a five episode series for the web portal of BBC Comedy Extra. Episodes one and two are online; even though they’re about a kid and his teddy bear, you should better watch it in private, as the thumbnail above might have made you realize. Definitely not in the Playful Innocence category…

Watch Episode 1: Lady Bear Bear.

Watch Episode 2: Circus.

And then head over to No Fat Clips!!! for more Beakus, with the works of Bluna, Leigh Hodgkinson, Matthias Hoegg and more Steve Smith.

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