If you like Martin Allais’ work as much as we do, you’ll also be glad he persisted for over a year to create his fantastically playful ode to the power of Oreos, in which enemies become friends and joyful creme filled chocolate biscuity goodness is spread throughout the world. “It took us over a year [...]
Alberto Mielgo cranks up the (NSFW) style in his “short about an important subject”, Tavistock 516.
Bound together by their own tragic passings and a mysterious pendent, Victor Carrey gathers a collection of the recently deceased in The Ghost for Efterklang.
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.
Things get very steamy indeed in Álvaro de la Herrán’s NSFW film for GQ, Mine. “GQ Spain proposed a film to me inspired by the characters of the book that I see in all books shops, but it’s clear to me that in a contemporary sexual relationship a kiss hides more than a tongue.”
The death of a fox sparks an animated tale of magic and mystery in motion designer Hug Codinach’s passion project promo for Sergio A. Sierra’s illustrated tale Pincel de Zorro.
Rubén Sánchez and Cristina Fernandez of Factoria provide window seats on the nine day journey from Beijing (China) to Ulaanbataar (Mongolia capital) then to Irkusk (Siberia ,Russia) and ending in Moscow (Russia) in their stunning 7D shot documentary Trans-mongolian: A Long Train Journey.
Pablo Maestres applies some gravity defying unreality to the brutal beats of Fur Voice in the All That promo.
If only my sleeping hours were as interesting as those created by animation team Alla Kinda in Manolito’s Dream.
Martin Allais makes his third appearance in the pages of DN this year (Evolution & My Dry Wet Mess: Etcetera) with the brilliant stop motion animated horse promo Thistle for Hundred Waters.