DN chats to Jin Woo about evoking the discomfort of familial relationships through her striking hand-drawn animation style in psychodrama short 'SAN'.
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Gísli Darri Halldórsson Explains How He Found Beauty Within Repetition for Oscar-Nominated Animation ‘Yes-People’
Made over the course of eight years, Gísli Darri Halldórsson's 'Yes-People' is a delightful mosiac of Icelandic life in a sleepy tenement block.
Lars Nagler explains the freely intuitive animation process behind 'Shift Simmers Slips' his surreal adaptation of Luigi Serafini's 'Codex Seraphinianus'.
DN delivers a recommended selection of ten cutting-edge animated shorts available to stream online at GLAS Animation 2021.
Thomas Pons Transports Augmented Reality from Japan’s Mountains to Screen in ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
Thomas Pons takes us on the production journey from augmented reality to screen for his multi-format, monochrome short ‘Animals: A Black & White Journey’
A Scenes of Crime Officer is Plagued by Memories of her Day Job in Marcus Armitage’s Thought-Provoking Animation ‘S.O.C.O’
Inspired by his dad's work as a Scenes of Crime officer, animator Marcus Armitage examines the struggles an individual can face when a troublesome job follows you home.
Jessica Oreck puts her paper craft skills to charming using in How the Bra was Invented, the launch episode for TED-Ed’s new ongoing Moments of Vision series.
Drawing on her own experiences and the experiences of those around her, Vera Babida’s There Again illustrates the repetitive and empty cycle of clicks and swipes that has come to typify modern dating. Babida shares her production process in these making of posts.
“Death is a disease, growing from the inside beneath the Shell. Cursed blessings trickling down tubes, pushing hope through weak veins. Waiting for blissful Heaven to return. Heaven is Hell.” Daniel Ahrens personifies cancer in all its patient maliciousness in powerfully dark short Shell.
Noah Malone discusses the strange mix of self love, selfless acts and podophilia that make up his new animated short ‘Help! Dying!’.
Sofia Gutman Achieves Emotional Clarity Through the Recreation of Memory in Animated Short ‘Rehovot’
Making its online premiere on Directors Notes today, Sofia Gutman discusses her exploration into the shared nature of memory and film in animated short ‘Rehovot’.
Antoni Sendra & Rodney Mullen Find Freedom in Failure in Inspirational Series ‘Bulletproof Thoughts’
Antoni Sendra returns to DN with the 3rd installment of inspirational series ‘Bulletproof Thoughts’, in which pioneering skateboarder Rodney Mullen teaches us why it's good to be willing to fail.