After the seas have disappeared, a courageous pilot fights against vicious sky pirates for control of the last remaining source of water: the clouds.
The bulk of the film was made using nothing but laptops during a 7-week artist retreat on a small caribbean island. Be sure to check out our behind the scenes videos at the bottom of vimeo.com/ondemand/oceanmaker
“That’ll be Jack!”
The Boy Who Turned Yellow was created for Now Will You Listen!, an illustrated audio visual book of short horror stories and surreal poetry from musician/writer Mick Somerset Ward and Dean and Jarrod of I Monster. The collection was premiered as a live performance at the Lantern Theatre in Sheffield during the Sensoria Festival 2013.
Written and Read by Michael Somerset Ward
Directed and Animated by Gavin C Robinson
Animation Produced by Anna Odell
Music by Honer, Somerset Ward and Gosling
A visually rich, darkly inventive fairy tale directed by former Student Academy Award(r) finalist Carlos Andre Stevens.
Starring 2-time Academy Award(r) nominee John Hurt (V for Vendetta, Alien, Hellboy, The Elephant Man, Midnight Express) and up-and-coming star Eloise Webb (Cinderella, The Iron Lady).
“No One Is Thirsty”
Based on The Perry Bible Fellowship comic strip
Thesis film made with Adam Campbell and Elizabeth McMahill.
One of the most unique animated shorts I’ve seen in a long time, with a gorgeous painterly design.
Director / Animator : Shunsuke Saito
Music : Noriaki Okamoto
Sound, Mixing : Kazutaka Someya
2D Background painting : Tatsuya Sasaki
2D Animation finishing : Haruka Sasaki
Logo design : Kiho Ito
12 min. 22 sec. / 2014
Story of a life form which wakes up in an unknown mysterious world. As he go deeper, he slowly understands what kind of place it is. The world seems beautiful, but it lacks what the real life has. He has to make a choice to stay or not.
High Definition & headphone for better experience.
Directed by Adrien Servadio
With : Fanny Sage
Director of photography: Baptiste Chesnais
Editing: Elodie Sempere
Music: Alban Sautour
SFX: Benoit Talenton Flam & Co
VFX : Adrien Servadio
Production: Why Us?
Producer: Christophe Starkman -Frederic Fleurier - Rudy Tasimovicz
Dir production: Bruno Vignier
Production assistant: Helene le Gourrierec
Stage manager: Alexandre Luu
Make up: Maelle Billard - Paris Berlin
Phantom Operator: Jean Michel Poulichot
Operator assistant: Benjamin Denoyer - Fanny Soulabaille
Gaffer: Baptiste Brousse
Set manager: Sebatien Grasso
Electrician: Romain Merlhe - Adrien L’Hommedé
Ast SFX: Guillaume Puthod - Ronan Charadia - Arthur Grandet
Sound design: Alban Sautour
Studios: Studios d’Aubervillier
Camera accesory: Vantage
Machinery: Next Shot
DOP agent: Kinou Conseil - Kinou & Anne-Lise
A funny New Year’s Day short from a Canadian artist/animator who goes by “Franco.”
In the wild Sonoran desert, the greatest criminal of the Far-West suffers the wrath of a four years old child after stealing her ice cream cone.
I animated this with Toonboom Harmony, and did my backgrounds in photoshop. I used After Effects for compositing, and Adobe Audition for sound.
Huge Thank you to Léa Sanacore for the amazing music (leasanacore.com ),
Lou Victor and Vanessa Bouchard for the voice acting ( louvictork.tumblr.com).
My Website: franco-e.com
Contact e-mail : email@example.com