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03:36 min 24. April 2015

100 Years - Armenian Genocide

an experimental film in English

In 2015, we created this cell animation short to commemorate the Armenian Genocide Centenary. To the date, the Turkish government still denies the genocide took place, dodging their responsibility. 100 years will have passed this April 24th, and Armenians will keep on fighting for justice. This is a small tribute to the 1.500.000 victims.

Festival Showcase:
Re Animania
Soirée cinéma, Toulouse
Cinematheque Quebecoise
IFF Etiuda&Anima
Animated Dreams
Tampere Film Festival
Sapporo International Short Film Festival
Between others...


Non commercial project
Done by 2veinte
Directed by Pablo Gostanian
Creative Direction: Pablo Gostanian
Executive Producer: Agustin Valcarenghi
Animation Direction: Pablo Gostanian, Melisa Farina, Sebastian Garcia, Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga
Cel Animation Direction: Melisa Farina, Sebastian Garcia
Art Direction: Pablo Gostanian, Juan Molinet
Associate Arte Direction: Facundo Quiroga
Illustrators & Designers: Juan Molinet, Facundo Quiroga, Pablo Gostanian, Mariano Cutropia, Luke Etcheverry, Fernando Martinez Ruppel, Santiago Medina Neves
Character Design: Juan Molinet
Cel Animators: Melisa Farina, Sebastian Garcia, Facundo Quiroga, Augusto Gabrys, Santiago Medina Neves, Juan Nadalino, Nahuel Sagárnaga,
Lucia Castez, Martin Gil, Valentina Candia, Alex Gostanian, Diego Frachia, Gabriela Bosco
2D Animation: Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga, Josefina Preumayr, Alex Gostanian, Pablo Gostanian, Enmanuel Pelaez, Diego Flores Diapolo
3D Animation: Augusto Gabrys, Diego Flores Diapolo, Sebastian Garcia, Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga
Composition: Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga, Sebastian Garcia
Post Production: Pablo Gostanian, Josefina Preumayr
Story Board: Melisa Farina, Sebastian Garcia, Facundo Quiroga, Pablo Gostanian
Story & Concept: Pablo Gostanian
Producer: Geraldine Chaia Arazi

Music: Brian Eno – 2 forms of anger (not for commercial use)
SFX: Diego Flores Diapolo, Rancho

This video belongs to 2veinte, all rights reserved. Reproduction must be consent only by 2veinte.

03:53 min 19. May 2010


a narrative film in English

Do you remember when we met? You were brilliant, witty, gorgeous to look at...something's changed.
Film by Julia Pott,
Assistant Animator and Compositing by Robin Bushell,
Voice Over by Carolyn Saint Pe,
Sound Design by Danny Boyle,
Music by Walter,
Produced at the Royal College of Art 2010

06:17 min 12. December 2011

Seven Days In The Woods (2010)

a narrative film in no language

The trees alongside the road, everything was blurry. There was always a faint electrical buzz from somewhere. It was damp and raw, like the stone age.

Director: Peter Larsson
Animation: Peter Larsson & Rasmus R Streith
Music: Daniel Karlsson

Made at Royal Institute of Art
With support from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee

Festival screenings:
Berlin International Film Festival 2011, Germany
Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2011, France
Seattle International Film Festival 2011, USA
Fantasia International Film Festival 2011, Montreal, Canada
Hamburg International Short Film Festival 2011, Germany
Melbourne International Film Festival 2011, Australia
International Kansk Video Festival 2011, Russia
Animated Dreams 2011, Tallinn, Estonia
Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation 2011, Chicago, USA
Anim'est International Animation Film Festival 2011, Bucharest , Romania
Mill Valley Film Festival 2011, San Rafael, USA
Uppsala international shorot film festival 2010, Sweden
Svenska Institutet, web festival

07:29 min 23. July 2012


a narrative film in English

I can feel you in my Belly


A film by: Julia Pott
Production: Royal College of Art
Sound Design: Joseph Tate
Animation Assistance: Robin Bushell
Eammon O’Neill
Ben Cady
Stephen Middleton
Theo Nunn
Voices: Olivia Gurney Randall
Cornelius Clarke
Joseph Tate
Robert Blythe
Laurence Weedy

Supported by: Passion Pictures


The Summer Show, RCA, London, 2011
See No Evil, The City Arts & Music Project, London, 2011
Short and Sweet, The Pheonix, London, 2011
Hackney Film Festival, RIO Cinema, London, 2011
Canterbury Anifest, Augustine House, Canterbury, 2011
Chicago Film Festival, 2011
Playgrounds Festival, Netherlands, 2011
L’Alternativa, 18th Barcelona Independent Film Festival, 2011
Encounters International Film Festival, Bristol, 2011
Adobe Design Achievement Awards, Taipei, Taiwan, 2011
Pictoplasma, New York, 2011
Animated Dreams, Estonia, 2011
Rencontres Henri Langlois 34th Festival, Poitiers, France, 2011
Les Sommets du cinéma d’animation de Montréal, Canada, 2011
Animateka International Animation Film Festival, Slovenia, 2011
Anilogue International Animation Festival, Vienna and Budapest, 2011
Sundance Film Festival, 2012
Clermont Ferrand Film Festival, France 2012
Premiers Plans Film Festival, France, 2012
Flickerfest, International Short Film Festival, Australia, 2012
Tricky Women, International Competition, Vienna, 2012
Mecal International Short Film Festival, Barcelona, 2012
SXSW, 2012
Charleston Film Festival, 2012
Holland Animation Film Festival, Utrecht, 2012
San Francisco International Film Festival, 2012
Lisbon International Independent Film Festival, 2012
Ashland Independent Film Festival, 2012
Boston Independent Film Festival, 2012
Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film, Germany, 2012,
Flatpack Festival, Birmingham, UK, 2012
Visueltdagene (The Visual Days), Oslo, Norway, 2012
Maryland Film Festival, 2012
ANIFILM, Trebon, Czech Republic, 2012
Vienna Independent Shorts Film Festival, 2012
Sarasota Film Festival, 2012
Southside Film Festival, PA, 2012
San Francisco Film Festival, 2012
Newport Beach Film Festival, 2012
Catalina Film Festival, 2012
World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb 2012
Pictoplasma, Berlin, 2012
Kyiv International Short Film Festival, Ukraine, 2012
Rooftop Films, NYC - May 25th and June 15th
Provincetown International Film Festival 2012
Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation, Germany, 2012
Short Shorts Film Festival, Japan, 2012
CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, Toronto, 2012
Hiroshima International Animation Festival, 2012
Royal Television Society Awards, UK, 2012
Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, 2012
Leiden International Short Film Experience, 2012
Sequence Short Film Festival, France, 2012
5.International Animated Film Festival, Poland, 2012
Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2012
Animation Block Party, NYC, 2012
International Competition at Fantoche, Switzerland, 2012
Sidewalk Film Festival, Alabama, 2012
Free Range Film Festival, Minnesota, 2012
International Competition at Fantoche, Switzerland, 2012
Milwaukee Film Festival, 2012
Kloosterkino, Netherlands, 2012
Les Perceides – 4E - Festival International de Cinema et D’art de Perce
Concorto Film Festival, Italy, 2012
Free Range Film Festival, Minnesota, 2012
Milano International Film Festival, 2012
Animacursed Festival, Rio De Janeiro, 2012
Calgary International Film Festival, 2012
3D Wire Festival, Spain, 2012
XXII Message to Man International Film Festival, Russia, 2012
Sedicicorto Film Festival, Italy, 2012
The Grand Cinema, Tacoma, 2012
Fantoche International Film Festival, Sweden, 2012
Giraf Animation Festival, Canada, 2012
31st Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 2012
St. John's International Women's Film Festival, Canada, 2012
Cucalorus Film Festival, North Carolina, 2012
Corona Cork Film Festival, Ireland, 2012
Underwire Film Festival, UK, 2012
AFI Film Festival, Los Angeles, 2012


Passion Pictures Prize, 2011
Shortlisted, Ridley Scott Associates Residency, 2011
Nominated, Conran Award, 2011
Best Graduation Film, Chicago Film Festival, 2011
International Jury's Special Prize, Anilogue International Animation Festival 2011
Canal + Award, Clermont Ferrand Film Festival, France 2012
Best European Student Film, Holland Animation Film Festival, 2012
Golden Gate Award for Best Animated Short film, San Francisco International Film Festival, 2012
Royal Television Society Award, Postgraduate Animation, Finalist, 2012
New Talent Award - Fantoche International Film Festival, Sweden, 2012
Best Short, Philadelphia Film Festival, 2012
Special Jury Award for Animation at AFI Film Festival, 2012
Best Director, Underwire Film Festival, UK, 2012

Archived in the British Film Institue, 2011

07:38 min 30. January 2013


a narrative film in English

The tale of Derek, an office worker, as he struggles with the true speed of planet Earth.

For full festival screenings and awards visit: www.danojari.com

Follow: twitter.com/danojari

Director: Dan Ojari
Sound Design: Joe Tate
Modelmaking: Bethan West
Additional Craft: Soledad Aguila, Sam Ojari, Electra Kythreotou,
Mary Martins, Laura Bateman, Anna Eijsbouts, Johanna Jouppila
Mixed By: Steve Bond
Mixed at: National Film and Television School
Production: Royal College of Art, 2011©
Additional Funding: Phil Davies
Running Time: 07' 38''

10:01 min 1. June 2013

The Pirate of Love Vol. I

a documentary in English

The Pirate of Love is an animated documentary about an outsider musician, Daniel C.

A CD filled with love songs was circulating in my hometown Reykjavik, Iceland. The story goes that it was stolen from a man by the name of Daniel C, out of his locker by four co-workers who liked the music and made copies for themselves. Nobody really knows who he is. This is an oral history that follows one mans soulful songs of love, pride and loneliness.
On May 13th 2013 I recieved a message about Daniel C´s whereabouts.
The Pirate of Love Vol. II is in the making.

The Pirate of Love was nominated for Student Academy Awards 2013 -Alternative

Screened at:
Animated Dreams
Reykjavik International Film Festival
Thin Line Texas
New Directors / New Films MoMA & Lincoln Center
Rockland Shorts
Fest ANCA slovakia
Short not Pants
The Flatpack Festival -Honorable mention
Future Shorts
Pop Montreal
1 Reel Film Festival
Animage Brazil

07:25 min 18. July 2010

Matter Fisher

a narrative film in no language

BAFTA Nominated Short Animation 2011

A serendipitous journey in which a lone fisher is united with a form of estranged matter.

Directed & Designed by David Prosser
Sound Design by Joe Tate
Animation by David Prosser, Eamonn O Neill, Gergely Wootsch
Mixed by Nikola Zivojinovic
Mixed at National Film and Television School
Production at Royal College of Art 2010

16:28 min 22. January 2013

The Mystery of Fast-5 and D.I.E.T.: Bert Herring, MD at TEDxRiversideAvondale

a talk in English

Originally destined for the surgical suite, Bert's experiences in the Marine Corps changed his outlook on medicine and the realities of global problems. After working at the National Institute of Health with a focus on cancer treatments, Bert found time to study global obesity. The outcome of this research sparked the Fast-5 weight-loss tool, which has helped thousands of people overcome obesity. It's a way of eating that is consistent with a lifestyle emphasizing simplicity and value—two virtues that are conspicuously absent in America's booming weight-loss industry.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

04:38 min 30. June 2014

Do You Pass the Israel Test?

a lecture in English

Would you believe us if we said that the best litmus test of any society's success is its attitude towards Israel? Well, it's true. As George Gilder explains, whether a society envies and resents Israel's success or celebrates and tries to replicate it is indicative of that society's progress. Countries that "pass" the "Israel Test" tend to rise. Those who don't tend to sink. So, does your society pass the "Israel Test"? In five minutes, find out.

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04:05 min 17. August 2016

A deep sea dive into Bermuda’s hidden depths

a report in English

Guardian environment reporter Oliver Milman joins a group of scientists on an underwater expedition off the Bermuda coast to help chart its hidden depths and gauge the general health of the area’s reef and coral. Travelling in a two-man submersible, Milman and submarine pilot Kelvin Magee go on a journey 500ft below the surface.

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Guardian playlists:

Comment is Free ► http://is.gd/cifplaylist
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Patrick Stewart: the ECHR and us ► http://bit.ly/PatrickStewartS
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The epic journey of a refugee cat ► http://bit.ly/KunkuzCat
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15:31 min 9. June 2012

The Secret Number - Full Film

a narrative film in English

"The Secret Number" is a short sci-fi (ish) psychological drama that was created over a period of two years by a team of young filmmakers from the Savannah College of Art and Design.


Based on the short story by Igor Teper, THE SECRET NUMBER is about a man whose world is thrown into question. Psychiatrist Simon Tomlin (Daniel Jones) has a troubling conversation with one of his patients - a brilliant mathematician named Ersheim (Tom Nowicki), who intends to prove the existence of a secret integer between three and four. Ersheim's delusion compels Tomlin to dig deeper, but he only uncovers more questions -- about fate, connection… the nature of reality.

Follow director Colin Levy on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ColinLevy

A Production of Lightning Hill Pictures.
Director: Colin Levy (http://www.colinlevy.com)
Producers: Frank Ponce, Roque Nonini
DP: Michael Lloyd (http://www.michaelaldenlloyd.com)
Production Design: Yolande Thame (http://ythame.com/)
Sound Design: Nicholas Cochran (http://cochransound.com/), Thomas Doolittle
Music: Jan Morgenstern (http://www.wavemage.com/)
Edited By: Kevin Ray (http://www.kevindray.me/), Colin Levy
VFX: Colin Levy, Zack Zhao, Sandro Blattner (http://www.sandroblattner.com/)
Additional VFX by MAKE Visual. (http://makevisual.com/)

10:30 min 28. April 2015


a narrative film in English

Content Warning: Strong language, partial nudity, bureaucracy.
Based on a true story from Beaverton, Oregon in April 2014, #BEAVERS tells the story of an ill-fated day in three girls' lives.
Starring Katie Young, Sydney Raye, and Mary Risk
Written & Directed by Joe Hackman
Cinematography by Drew Angle
Shot on the Canon 5D using Magic Lantern RAW

03:24 min 7. October 2013

WE ARE ALL MAD HERE (Or: How Nick Fouquet blends into The Mad Hatter)

a mockumentary in English

In this modern and realistic transposition of one of the best-known characters from Lewis Carroll's novel, Nick Fouquet plays himself: an American hatter. The backdrop changes from Wonderland into Venice Beach – California; the “madness" of its protagonist changes as he tells his own story, that of his ethics, his work, his lifestyle and his inspiration in an interview where his off-screen voice unleashes a maelstrom of thoughts.

Directed by Bruno Miotto
Written by Bruno Miotto and Giorgio Fabbri
Producer Guja Quaranta
Line Producer Meagan Judkins
Sponsor: HOGAN REBEL http://www.hoganrebel.com/
Original Score "Have I Gone Mad?" composed by Alberto Bof - MKRS Publishing
Cinematography by Benjamin Kitchens
Production Designer Erika Ann Walters
Editor: Bruno MIotto
Colorist: Chris Hall at Prehistoric Digital - http://prehistoricdigital.com/
Stylist: Meagan Judkins
Mua/Hair: Hannah Biddle
Sound: Diego Tovar
AC: Jasper Granderath
Graphic Designer: Letizia Bozzolini

Alice: Sharon Hinnendael
Twins: Odelia Samuels and Ornela Samuels
Kids: Philips Banuelos, Yanshree Hotchandani, Brooke Krufal, Matthew Turner, Jacob Zelonky
White Rabbit: Bao Bao

Special Thanks: Will Adashek

"No animals were harmed in making this film, only humans."

02:57 min 20. March 2012

How to see around corners

a lecture in English

This video shows how scientists at the MIT Media Lab (www.media.mit.edu/) reconstruct a hidden object using scattered laser light. Future applications may include seeing in dangerous or inaccessible locations, such as inside machinery with moving parts, or in highly contaminated areas.

Read the original research: http://www.nature.com/ncomms/journal/v3/n3/full/ncomms1747.html

Check out the researchers' project URL: http://cornar.info
And first author's web page http://web.mit.edu/~velten/www/

Animations by Sam Woolf: http://www.samwoolf.net/
Music by Jay Marsh http://www.jaymarshmusic.com/

04:43 min 24. November 2009

Gone Goodbye - A short film

a narrative film in English


BEST WRITING: Tyler Wilson

YEAR: 2009
SYNOPSIS: This short film explores relationships and privacy in unusual and surprising ways
GOAL: Create a highly stylistic short film in under 100 hours to enter into the Film Racing Grand Prix 2009 100 hour film race contest

Man / Voice Over Actor 2: Doug Vogel
Voice Over Actor 1: Cody Lewis

Writer: Tyler Wilson
Producer: Sam Nuttmann
Director: Keith Rivers
Director of photography: Clyde Garrido
Aerial director of photography: Tabb Firchau
Assistant camera: Ryan Reese
Art director: Craig Smiley
Production assistant: Neil Mooney
Production stills: Keith Bolling
Behind-the-scenes camera: Ryan Reese
Editor: Keith Rivers
Motion graphics: Sam Nuttmann
Titles: Craig Smiley
Sound design: Keith Rivers
Music composition: Sam Nuttmann

Keith Rivers Films, LLC


07:18 min 18. November 2010


a narrative film in no language

An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts.

Directed by Matthias Hoegg at the Royal College of Art, London, 2010

Nominated for a BAFTA for Short Animation

For more info go to www.matthiashoegg.co.uk