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06:50 min 30. December 2015

Directors' Cuts: "Born Again" starring Vicky McClure by Paul Gore

a narrative film in no language

This Is England star Vicky McClure stars in a tense psychological drama. Read the feature on NOWNESS - http://bit.ly/1Je3ByN


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07:24 min 28. June 2013

BATZ, the Full Movie

a narrative film in no language

Batz, a Shortfilm by Max Maleo & Aurelien Prédal

Website : www.batz-themovie.com
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/KawaBATZ

Production : Kawanimation Paris

Written by Max Maleo, Aurélien Predal, Pierre Razetto & Dimitri Cohen Tanugi

FR: Vamp et Rouss sont deux chauve-souris que tout semble opposer. Leur rencontre explosive va les propulser dans une aventure déjantée qui va mettre leur vie sens dessus dessous !

UK: Vamp and Rouss are two bats that everything seems to oppose. Their explosive meeting will propel them into a crazy adventure that will put their lives upside down!

All rights reserved - Kawanimation Paris - June 2013

Created by
Max Maleo & Aurélien Predal

Max Maleo

Art director
Aurélien Predal

Pierre Razetto & Dimitri Cohen Tanugi

Written by
Max Maleo
Aurélien Predal
Pierre Razetto
Dimitri Cohen Tanugi

Head of Production
Alexis Laffaille

Production Assistant
Eugény Couture
Morgane Souris
Marion Vermogen
Anne De Valors

Voice of Batz
Martial Le Minoux (ROUSS)
Antoine Schoumsky (VAMP)

Technical director
Thomas Liebert

Character Modeling
Martin Coustenoble

Character Rigging
Damien Gautron

Light & Rendering
Jean Marc Lepretre

Assistant Director
Guillaume Bonnaire

Pascal Gaubertier
Thibaud Petitpas

Sound Design & Mixed by
Gautier de Faultrier
Clément Maleo

Music By
Jerome Bessout
Ghislain Fracapane
Florian Jamelot
Matthieu Fisson

Victor Belin

Emmanuel Asquier-Brassart
Eve Guastella
Yoann Bomal
Jeanne Irzenski Gueye
Guillaume Bonnaire
Helene Leroux
Julien Bouquet
Max Maleo
Daniel Callaby
Gael Matchabelli
Marie Celaya
Bart Maunoury
Julie Cervantès
David Nasser
Augustin Clermont
Gwenolé Oul'chen
Paolo Cogliati
Thibaud Petitpas
Jean philipe Descoins
Jean Michel Ponthieux
Moze Essame
Sylvain Rohart
Karina Gazizova
Marion Roussel
Jean-Charles Gonin
Pierre Rutz
Romain Vacher
Manu Vergne

CG Internship
Charles Lemor
Rebecca Joly

06:17 min 5. February 2015


an experimental film in no language

Light fears Dark.
Dark resents Light.
Always at odds.
Always in conflict.
Pushing borders.
Losing ground.
Never ending.
But what is one without the other?
The stronger the light, the darker the shadow.

Animade is proud to present Chronemics, the first whole-team effort to come from our studio!

Sound design by Mutant Jukebox - http://www.mutantjukebox.co.uk/

10:10 min 3. March 2012


an experimental film in no language

Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang

WINNER at SLAMDANCE 2012 of the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short

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Original Soundtrack: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-nautilus-diary/id514184687

Cast Featuring: Mary Elise Hayden, Marissa Merrill & Dustin Edward

Executive Producers: David Lyons & Andrew Huang
Producers: Laura Merians & Stephanie Marshall
Cinematographer: Laura Merians
Production Designer: Hugh Zeigler
Costume Designer: Lindsey Mortensen
Hair & Makeup Designer: Jennifer Cunningham
Sound Design & Original Score: Andrew Huang

A Moo Studios & Future You Production

Copyright 2012 Andrew Huang All Rights Reserved.

04:28 min 8. December 2011

The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

a narrative film in no language

"Ivor’s life is turned upside down after a falling plant pot sparks a series of paranoid reactions."

Graduation film from Newport Film School. Created in eight months. Shot with a Canon 5D and DragonFrame. Almost everything made from cardboard.

Making of: https://vimeo.com/64426620


Written, designed and directed by Joseph Wallace
Music Kit Wilson (soundcloud.com/kit-wilson)
Sound Jack Vaughan (www.jackvaughan.co.uk)
Model making Emma-Rose Dade, Joseph Wallace, Sinead Oram (www.sineadoram.co.uk)
Puppet costume James Hadrill (www.jamesashleyhadrill.com)
Animation Joseph Wallace
Director of photography and assistant animation Emma-Rose Dade (www.cargocollective.com/emmarosedade)
Drawn animation Gemma Roberts (www.amberdust.co.uk)
Compositing Lewys Hobden, Emma-Rose Dade (www.lewyshobden.com)

Nominated for a BAFTA Cymru in 'Short Form and Animation', shortlisted for the 'McLaren Award for New British Animation' at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012, shortlisted for the British Animation Awards 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation', British Student Film Festival 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation' and 'Best Soundtrack', Watersprite Festival 2012, nominated for 'Best Animation', 'Best Soundtrack' and 'Best Screenplay', Once Voice Festival 2012, shortlisted for 'Best Animation' and 'Best UK Graduate Animation', Ffresh Festival 2012.

Winner 'Best Animation', One Voice Festival 2012, 2nd Prize Royal Television Society Student Animation Award, Winner of 'Best Up-and-Coming Talent Award 2011' Canterbury Anifest and winner of 'Best Film' Newport Animation Awards 2011.

Two Short Nights Festival, Exeter, Nov 2012
Bang! Short Film Festival, Nottingham, Nov 2012
London Animation Club, London, Nov 2012
Show Me the Animation, Bristol, Oct 2012
Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scotland, Jul 2012
Let's Keep it Short, London, Jun 2012
Festival Internacional de Curtmetratges Mas Sorrer, Spain, Jul 2012
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, Germany, May 2012
China International Cartoon & Animation Festival, China, Apr 2012
British Student Film Festival, UK: London, Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle, Apr 2012
Various locations across the UK on BBC Big Screens, 2012
Anirmau, Spain, Apr 2012
Be There, Greece, Apr 2012
Monstra, Portugal, Mar 2012
Flatpack Festival, UK, Mar 2012
Athens Animfest, Greece, Mar 2012
Watersprite Festival, UK, Feb 2012
Animated Exeter, UK, Feb 2012
One Voice Festival, UK, Feb 2012
Ffresh Festival, UK, Feb 2012
CineMe: Animation Showcase, UK, Dec 2011
Encounters International Short Film Festival, UK, Nov 2011
Animated Dreams, Estonia, Nov 2011
Bradford Animation Festival, UK, Nov 2011
Flip Animation Festival, UK, Oct 2011
BanjaLuka, Bosnia, Oct 2011
Canterbury Anifest, UK, September 2011
Se-Ma-For Film Festival, Poland, September 2011
CineMe: Animation Showcase, UK, September 2011
Bristol Festival of Puppetry, UK, August 2011
Show Me The Animation: Bristol Festival of Puppetry edition, UK, August 2011
CineMe: Short Film Showcase, UK, July 2011
Show Me The Animation: New Talent Showcase, UK, July 2011
Bluescreen at The Cube Cinema, UK, July 2011
Animation Newport 2011 Industry showcase, UK, June 2011

04:43 min 27. March 2014


a narrative film in no language

A hard-boiled tale following Gumshoe, a private eye hot on the trail of his missing partner. In this world of femme fatales and hired goons, the truth lies beneath.

Official Selection of Telluride Film Festival and Raindance Film Festival

Francis Ford Coppola called it, "funny, unique and must've been hard to pull off."

Starring: Lindsey Naves, Paget Brewster (voice), Curtis Armstrong (voice), Steve Mansfield, Maurice LaMarche (voice), Joseph Durand

Writer/Director: Matt Steinauer

Producers: Ming Lai, Brian Sheesley, Matt Steinauer

Director of Photography: Dilip Isaac

Composer: Jeremy LeRoy Arias

Additional composer and orchestration: Patrick Griffin

Supervising Sound Editor/Rerecording Mixer: Mike Draghi MPSE. CAS


02:31 min 2. July 2009


a narrative film in no language

An origami tale of a skilful paper folder who could shape the world with his hands.

Papiroflexia (Spanish for “Origami”) is the animated tale of Fred, a chubby man with a passion for paper folding, who wants to change the world with his art. It was originally written as a poem by Joaquin Baldwin, and later developed into an animated film at the UCLA Animation Workshop, with music by Nick Fevola.

Release date: June 9th 2007
Format: HD 1920x1080 px, 16:9

### Awards and Honors ###

Festival de Cannes - Short Film Corner '08 (France) - Finalist on NFB Online Competition
Cinequest Film Festival '08 (CA) - Best Animated Short Film
USA Film Festival '08 (TX) - The Family Award
Pangea Day '08 (Worldwide) - South America Winner
Sedona International Film Festival '08 (AZ) - Best Animated Film: Director's Choice
Sedona International Film Festival '08 (AZ) - Best Animated Film: Audience Choice
Official Best of Fest Awards '10 (WA) - Award-winning Film for Animation Lovers
Official Best of Fest Awards '10 (WA) - Award-winning Film for Nature Lovers
Ashland Independent Film Festival '08 (OR) - Best Animated Short
FirstGlance Film Fest Philadelphia '08 (PA) - Best Director, Animation
Poppy Jasper Film Festival '07 (CA) - Best Creative Media: Juror's Choice Award
Peace on Earth Film Festival '08 (IL) - Best Animated Film
Lake County Film Festival '09 (IL) - Best Narrative Short, Audience Award
ShortsNonStop '09 (Online) - July 2009 Winner
The Accolade Film Awards '07 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
Very Short Movies Festival '08 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
Angelus Student Film Festival '07 (CA) - Finalist
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival '07 (FL) - 5th place
Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival '08 (WA) - Best of Fest Selection
Festival International du Film d’Environnement '08 (France) - Special Mention, Short Film
HD Fest '08 (CA) - Honorable Mention in Animation
EcoFocus Film Festival '08 (GA) - Honorable Mention, Children's Favorite Short Film
Universo Corto '10 (Italy) - 3rd Prize

07:30 min 20. July 2015


a narrative film in no language

Investigating a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades, a crop-duster named Bill discovers a lone crate that survived the wreckage. Curiosity gets the better of him and he pulls the crate unto his airboat. That's just the first in a series of decisions he learns to regret.

PROCESS BLOG : http://gillizamastudios.com/blog/category/palm-rot/

Best Animated Short - RAINDANCE 2015
Best Student Short - KLIK! 2015
Animated Grit Award - INDIE GRITS 2015
Official Selection SUNDANCE 2015
Official Selection SXSW 2015
Official Selection ANNECY 2015
Official Selection OTTAWA 2015
Official Selection AFI FEST 2015

Official Selection:
Anim'Est 2015 / Animation Block Party 2015 / Anifilm 2015 / Animanima 2015 / Anima Brussels 2015 / Anima Mundi 2015 / AnimaSyros 8.0 / Charm City Fringe Festival 2015 / Chattanooga FF 2015 / Cinefamily Animation Breakdown 2015 / Dallas International FF 2015 / Euganea FF 2015 / First Frame 2015 / Indy FF 2015 / Imagine Amsterdam 2015 / KLIK! Amsterdam 2015 / Maryland FF 2015 / Milano FF 2015 / Mile High Horror Festival 2015 / Mill Valley FF 2015 / Montreal Festival du nouveau cinema 2015 / Nashville FF 2015 / NEW YORK Film Festival 2015 / Northside FF 2015 / Northwest Animation Festival 2015 / Omaha FF 2015 / Pluk de Nacht 2015 / Provincetown FF 2015 / P'tit Pain 4 / Rooftop FF 2015 / Seoul Guru International FF 2015 / Short & Sweet - South Africa 2015 / Southside FF 2015 / Treefort FF 2015

Direction / Animation : Ryan Gillis
Sound Design : Owen Granich-Young
Music : Waylon Thornton
Voice Acting: Greg Tonner
Cel Coloring: Jesse James Dean, Mara Guevara, Jabril Mack

07:50 min 1. May 2012


a narrative film in no language

Recollecting your childhood is like watching a VHS tape you found buried in the corner of your basement.

*Official Selection of the 2011 Riverside International Film Festival
*Official Selection of the 2011 Indie Spirit Film Festival
*Official Selection of the 2011 Boston International Film Festival

*Featured on www.FilmShortage.com

Written, Directed, and Edited by Nicholas Santos
Produced by Alison Walter
Director of Photography, Kyle Kelley

Jackson Quinn Gray
Parker Pogue
Alison Walter
Tyler Gardella

Sound Design by Jordan Eusebio
Assistant Director, William Landon
Effects by Alastair Casey



Contact: NicholasSantos1@gmail.com