Axel Courtière directs a gloriously bizarre collection of sequences in the grin inducing, NSFW Big Bang promo for Poom.
Contre temps is another meticulously crafted film to come out of Supinfocom. Created by animation team Jérémi Boutelet, Thibaud Clergue, Tristan Ménard, Camille Perrin, Gaël Megherbi and Lucas Veber, it tells the story of a man ruled by time and tide until he happens across someone who makes him rethink his priorities.
When a global carrot crisis is sparked by the disappearance of the world’s rabbit population, a magician and his new chicken assistant try to make things right in Bye Bye Bunny; an animation from Supinfocom students Julia Bueno, Cheng Li, Catherine Lepicard, Inès Pagniez, Julien Roguet and Paul Torris.
French animator Hugo Bravo puts together an impressive visually original chase sequence in which the fragile Fragments of reality form and dissipate in reaction to the hot pursuit.
Although I had no coherent way of explaining the narrative that played through Aymeric Ayral’s Mirrored series of films there was no doubting the director’s eye for capturing beautiful imagery. That’s a talent which can be seen to continue to grow in his latest short L’Enfant Intérieur.
Make sure you’ve got a firm grip on reality before letting David Maingault submerge you in a world of dreams and frustrations teetering on the brink of insanity in his mind bending animation Tacky, Sticky & Glutinous.
Thomas Pons uncovers the beauty to be found on a building site in his poetic animation for Valgeir Sigurðsson’s Between Monuments.
You may have noticed that I’ve got a bit of a soft spot when it comes to synchronised swimming (Water Lilies, Men Who Swim, Melt) so Cauboyz’s You, Me, Cellphones promo for Husbands was always destine to make its way onto the pages of DN.
Anyone with children will be able to appreciate the all too accurate animated depiction of the ‘joys’ of parenthood depicted in Sales Gosses from LISAA students Alexis Kerjosse, Hassan Bensmaine, Emmanuelle Ngan Sing, Marine Villette and Delphine Zombo-Ngelega – the non-parental units among you should take heed, it’s like this a lot of the time!
Julien Carot gives us a taste of the absurdities of a zero gravity houseshare in his rocket fuelled promo for Rone’s Let’s Go. Despite being for a different artist, Let’s Go is actually a continuation of the narrative Carot began in his Principles of Geometry promo for Springed Dodge. I do hope we eventually get […]