Not content with assigning a large portion of his life to being “the kind of the de facto organiser” for animation super-collective Late Night Work Club, Pittsburgh-based animator/illustrator Scott Benson recently devoted two months of his time to creating one of the most layered music promos you’re likely to see all year. Described as “a [...]
It’s not often you employ the services of artificial intelligence when writing a film, but that’s exactly what Chris R Wilson decided to do when he collaborated with Cleverbot.com to write the script for his short film Do You Love Me. User: Let’s write a movie together. Cleverbot: What would you like to write the [...]
Chris Black and MISTERDOCTOR (aka BLACK // DOCTOR) introduce us to the darker side of religion in this provocative promo for Wavves track Sail to the Sun.
Earlier this week, journalist and television producer David Cox took to the Guardian film blog to write an article launching a pretty scathing and misinformed evaluation of the current state of British short films: [View the story "The state of British short films." on Storify] The state of British short films. Earlier this week, journalist [...]
Sometimes all you need for an enthralling music video is a famous actress, a camera mount and the balls to do something different. Starring Amanda Seyfried (Big Love), Julian T Pinder’s deceptively simple promo for The Milk Carton Kids track Honey features one static shot and no cuts for its almost 3-minute duration.
When I featured Jesper Eriksson’s dark short Between Beasts on the site last week, I thought the film might amass a fair bit of interest surrounding its strong visuals and haunting, captivating plot, along with its reminiscent tones to popular video game Limbo. However, I certainly wasn’t expecting the shadowy animation to garner a whole new level of attention when it [...]
Visually stunning and conceptually intriguing, Emily Kai Bock’s latest music promo blends lavish black and white cinematography with a somewhat haunting narrative, to create the perfect visual accompaniment to Majical Cloudz track Childhood’s End.
London-based filmmaker Lucy Luscombe creates a subtle and playful promo for John Grant track GMF (Greatest Motherfucker).
L. A. Falomir’s A Little Epic Short Film lives up its billing by being both little (in terms of duration) and epic. A very short tale about a wizard killing a big black dragon.
2013 has already started pretty excitingly for prolific Irish animator David OReilly, we’re only just over four months into the year and the eccentric artist has already released all 65 character rigs from short film The External World on a creative-commons licence, uploaded his first short RGB XYZ to Vimeo for us all to bathe [...]