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Sleeping Betty by Claude Cloutier

Princess Betty sleeps in a narcoleptic stupor. The king appeals to his subjects to wake her. A worthy Prince Charles lookalike has to leave his royal suburb to save the princess, but will Betty be wakened with just a kiss?

Drawn in India ink, this animation sets the Perrault classic in Claude Cloutier’s disjointed, anachronistic and playful universe.

Production : National Film Board of Canada (nfb.ca)

Originally Posted By animationtidbits


Batman: Strange Day - Bruce Timm

This year is Batman’s 75th anniversary, so once again Timm has stepped up to deliver a brand new short featuring a lost tale from Batman’s past, the Dark Knight tracks a strange giant to the mysterious lair of Dr. Hugo Strange.

Originally Posted By rocketeam


Out Of A Forest

Directed by: Tobias Gundorff Boesen. Stop Motion animation by: Katrine Kiilerich, Frederik Villumsen, Christophe Peladan, Tobias Gundorff Boesen. 2010 The Animation Workshop. Music by The National.

Lights Out - Who’s There Film Challenge (2013) by David F. Sandberg

The terrifying short film the whole internet is talking about. Watch it now and never again turn your lights off.

Originally Posted By theshunnedhouse


The Gate by Matt Westrup

The latest VFX-driven sci-fi short to capture the imaginations of film investment players, The Gate is an accomplished sci-fi horror film that has been compared to Vincenzo Natali’s Splice. The comparison applies to the similarity in plots—both shorts deal with monstrous human mutation—but the comparison applies further in style and tone. Westrup displays some serious chops in developing an atmospheric short that, while heavily utilizing CG creature animation, is not defined by its VFX. This makes it something of an anomaly within the recent trend of sci-fi shorts that have been picked up for feature development.

Originally Posted By cinemagreats


Sleepwalking in the Rift (2012) - Directed by Cary Fukunaga

Originally Posted By specialedition87

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New Bell’s South Africa TV Ad by Greg Gray for Velocity Films

I bet you never thought you could be moved to tears by a Whiskey Ad.

The new Bell’s TV commercial features a father whose intrepid spirit demonstrates just what it takes to be a true Man of Character.

Director: Greg Gray, Velocity Films
Production House TV Producer: Helena Woodfine
Group Chief Creative: Alistair King
Executive Creative Directors, King James: Devin Kennedy / Matt Ross
Creative Director, King James: Mike Wilson
Art Director, King James: Cameron Watson
Agency TV Producer: Caz Friedman
Client Service: Sheri Cook

(via illwick)

Ginger Cat Vs. The Paper Army by Adam Cox

Cats love to attack paper. Today, paper fights back.

'Ginger Cat' - Jess
'Paper Army' — Themselves

'Trouble on the wind', 'Heartbeat — Video Blocks
'Cinematic tension builder (riser)' by ZstarrSound
'Fight the future' by Gareth Coker
'Smash it up' by kristijanf
'The Mission' — Video Blocks
'Heartbeat' — Video Blocks

Props/Beast Master: Rachael Wasiak

Originally Posted By davidfincher


Taxi Driver Sweded by Michel Gondry

A Low-Budget Taxi Driver Remake

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Originally Posted By watsonlocked

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Oppressed Majority (Majorité Opprimée English), by Eleonore Pourriat

On what seems to be just another ordinary day, a man is exposed to sexism and sexual violence in a society ruled by women…

From the countless gender-swap videos out there, this one is the most  poignant one.

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