Bricktease’s stop motion animation short is a frame-by-frame remake of the opening sequence of the James Bond flick Casino Royale. You can watch it side-by-side with the original scenes here.
A LEGO stop motion shot-for-shot remake of one of the teasers for Star Trek: Into Darkness made by Antonio and Andrea Toscano. The Benedict Cumberbatch minifig is spot on.
HESAV (University of Health Sciences in Switzerland) and NOTsoNOISY created this stop motion video using the 11-story HESAV building as a screen and its windows and shutters as pixels.
A new web series by Geek & Sundry featuring stop motion short films based on kid’s stories. This is Scary Smash, as told by 5-year old Brett, starring geek superstars Joss Whedon and Felicia Day.
Another excellent animated short from stop motion master PES – the one brought us Fresh Guacamole – who turned common metal tools, parts and accessories into flora and fauna from the sea.
The music video for Get By by Delta Heavy is a fun stop motion short film featuring various kinds of toys being tested and then destroyed. But for what purpose? All will be revealed in the end.
An illustrated summary of Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Old Man and The Sea by Hagen Reiling. Shot and converted to stop motion by Marcel Schindler. The song is Sail by AWOLNATION.
A clever stop motion short that plays on idioms and homonyms. PES made Fresh Guacamole for Showtime’s Short Stories as a follow up to his award-winning short Western Spaghetti.
Barcelona-based studio No-Domain made this stop motion music video for the “amazingly tender” Lullaby Crocodile, a charming song performed by three kids – Micaela, Agustina and Valodia LeÃ³n.
The music video for Against the Grain by indie folk artist Hudson. Made by Dropbear, the stop motion animation complements the song’s hopeful lyrics. A simple idea wonderfully executed.
It’s been 2 years since the trailer and 6 years since Alex Kobbs and the rest of Kooberz Studios started working on this LEGO Halo stop motion film. It was all worth it. Nearly 28 mins. of fun and action.
You don’t have to be a fan of Gears of War to enjoy this wonderfully-made LEGO stop motion short by Kooberz Studios. Captures the grisly battles of the game without being too gory.
Rolls of adhesive tape act as seeds, and the tape makes that familiar peeling sound as they grow. Dutch artist Johan Rijpma spent a total of 6 months to make this stop motion video.
Eran Amir convinced 500 of his closest friends (and strangers) to pose with 1500+ unique photographs, creating an awesome dual-layered stop motion film which will have you coming back for seconds.
While not quite at the level of action figure stop motion master Patrick Boivin’s works, Kyle Roberts’ Battle of the Bonds is still a hoot to watch, if only for Sean Connery’s crude jokes.
We are digging the beats coming down and the flow of the film here in Objective Rhythm, a stop motion animation video about a magical drumstick, from 3rd year student Ross Holdstock. (Thanks Adam!)
From Alex Profit – the man who directed Around the World in 80 seconds – comes this much longer stop motion trip around the world, covering eight beautiful cities from different countries.
It’s Minifigs blowing up Minifigs in this action-packed Lego stop motion by YouTube user Keshen8. There’s so much going on from start to finish that you’ll barely have time to blink.
OK Go’s latest video, Last Leaf, is comprised entirely of photographs. 15 still shots for every second of video means 2,430 pieces of delicious toast were used to create the stop motion piece.
A short film by Ken Turner worth watching over and over. TiM is without question a work of metafiction, a Tim Burton-style stop motion about a boy whose ambition is to become like Tim Burton.
Made by IADT Film School student Conor Finnegan using a mix of hand drawn animation, stop motion and live action scenes. Well-meaning Fluffy Mc Cloud gets into trouble, but all’s well that ends well.
A terrific stop motion animation video created by 41? 29! for Binboa Vodka from Turkey, using 550 bottles drawn by hand for the animation and 5000 photos taken in over 100 hours of shooting.
Lv Sisi’s Digital Analogue is true to its name; the kinetic stop motion short film was edited digitally but is composed of over 6,000 still photos and set to sounds made by antique cameras.
Video artist mustardcuffins calls it a stop motion animation, but we prefer the Giz’s “morph motion”: amazingly creepy and disorienting, Drift was created using a digital still camera.
David King’s use of an overhead projector to shoot ZZZZOMBIES seems gimmicky at first glance, but this stop motion film is surprisingly tongue-in-brain. Warning: slightly gory.
Save your shipping boxes: Sjors Vervoort’s Cardboard is a stop motion/CG film making use of over 800 cutouts, with animations composited into the film frame by frame; film stills here.
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