In the autumn of 1998, a profound tragedy echoed through a small Michigan town and twisted the well laid plans of a young prodigy in strange and inspired ways.
The latest from Whitestone Motion Pictures—the true tall tale of John Henry and the railroad
When the crew’s wages are stolen from a feature film set, it is up to the ambitious PA to recover them, and hopefully impress the producer while he’s at it.
It’s soldier vs. bear in this light-hearted “Merry Melodies” slapstick from students at France’s ESMA.
Chad Jones, athletic superstar and NFL hopeful, was brutally injured in a 2010 car crash. His journey to recovery is documented is this virtuosic short from the team at Union HZ.
Struggle for life told in beautiful geometric animation from EMCA students.
From acclaimed indie short filmmakers, the Varava Brothers, comes the whimsical and historically accurate tale of one tumbleweed that did not tumble.
Amar is 14 and top of his class. He’s also his family’s main breadwinner, working two jobs six and a half days a week. An observational documentary that follows Amar through his daily life.
A beautiful pixilation short imagining a world controlled by light, and a young man determined to find his own agency within it.———Currently OFFLINE.
Ormie the Pig is desperate to get the cookies on top of the fridge, but is constantly stymied, in this modern day slapstick.
Encroaching ice from a malfunctioning refrigerator is threatening the welfare of all the inhabitants, and its time for the fearful fruit, dairy and leftovers to hunker down and stategize!
A fun, simple story of a man’s adventure getting home all animated in life-size, stop-motion with real people and bizarre objects.