After 3 years of meticulous production time, this haunting CG animated film about the beauty and mystery of nature has finally seen the light of day. And yes, it’s that Whoopi Goldberg as the red head.
An animated short made by Lisa Allen, Bernie Warman and Shaofu Zhang of the Academy of Art University as their thesis. It’s a bit too predictable for our taste, but it’s fun to watch nonetheless.
In Tom Judd’s animated short film, we get to see how modern technology will eventually lead us to our own desktop genetic engineering, allowing us to make our very own mini action heroes.
We’re not sure exactly how animator Surfap managed to get this speed-run through the classic NES platformer seamlessly layered onto this wall and ground, but we like Super Concrete Mario.
When we think about how much work it must have taken BLU to create this 10 minute long animation about the evolution of man, using graffiti on walls, floors and objects, it makes our heads spin.
This clever ad for HP Photosmart printers was shot by printing out each frame of its animation in real time. We’re amazed they didn’t jam or run out of ink. Nothing like a little movie magic.
Green City Energy GmbH commissioned animation expert Musclebeaver to make this short clip about “investing green”. It’s a humorous but sobering warning about where our money is going.
Johnny Depp and Pirates director Gore Verbinski reunite for this quirky animated film, in which Depp plays a lizard who finds himself in the desert without a drop of water to drink. (Opens 3/4/2010).
To kick off their UK and European tour, bass guitarist and band-leader Murdoc narrates this part-animated, part-real world film which is well worth the 15+ minute watch for fans of the band.
Patrick Boivin wanted a real dog and an AT-AT walker as a child, and in order to fulfill his dream, he went and created the ultimate – an AT-AT puppy. We always thought Jabba looked like poop.
Jamie Martin created this conceptual 3D animation of his Cybernetic Remote Autonomous Barricade (or C.R.A.B., for short) robot. We definitely wouldn’t want to run into this thing in a dark alley.
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.
We’re getting hungry just watching this short animated stop-motion flick by Brooklyn animator Lori Samsel. The entire animation was made from Japanese rice crackers. Crunchy and delicious!
This darkly comic stop-motion animation tells the story of a vacationing couple and their encounter with a stranger they’re convinced is the notorious Zodiac Killer. Go behind the scenes here.
Catch Pong, Tetris, Pac-Man and more in this very fun one minute pixel art animation video from youtube contributor brusspup, created entirely with a bunch of tealight candles (and lots of patience).
Sit back, chill out, and let your mind drift as you watch Yannick Puig’s beautiful, poetic animation for French recording artists Kwoon. From the looks of things, the moon is a very strange place.
This nifty music video for Breakbot’s Baby I’m Yours was created from a series of ~2000 handpainted watercolors by Irina Dakeva. The song is pretty awesome too.
Kaktus Film’s Mega Robot animation is only 24 seconds long, but the incredible photorealism in this short clip gives us new-found appreciation for CGI artists. Kaktus, feature-length flicks, please!
This interactive infographic from Newgrounds user Fotoshop takes us on a journey from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of space time. (Thanks Artur!)
This short animated film by Alex Varanese is a wonderful tribute to 8-bit video game style. Alex says he was inspired by both Michel Gondry and R-Type, and you can definitely see both influences.
Tyson Hesse’s short animated film revolves around a very special light switch that results in some unexpected consequences when it’s flicked on and off. Charming, well-animated, and funny.
This short from Aardman Animation (home of Wallace and Grommit) shows us everything not to do when we have a pesky fly buzzing around the house. Memo to self: do not order a box of spiders.
MegaMind, starring Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill, is a satirical take on superhero movies in which a notorious villain loses his oomph after he accidentally kills his nemesis.
Batman encounters a mysterious villain who knows all of his dark secrets. The film stars the voices of Bruce Greenwood, Jensen Ackles and – wait for it – NPH! Coming to DVD and Blu-ray this Summer.
Ignignokt and Err encourage Meatwad’s bad behavior in this mini-classic from Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Don’t mess with them. They’ve got 5,000 dimensions, and a killer quad-laser.
This clip gives us a brief, but thrilling glimpse into the CG animated drift-racing world of The Driver. The television series won’t hit sets until Summer 2011, but our curiosity is certainly piqued.
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