Shortlisted for the 2019 Oscars in the Best Animated Short category & Nominated for the 2019 Annie Awards, "Weekends" is a film about a young boy shuffling between the homes of his recently divorced parents. Surreal, dream-like moments mix with the domestic realities of a broken up family in this hand-animated film set in 1980's Toronto. ------------------- AWARDS ------------------- Annecy Animation Festival 2018- Audience Award & Jury Prize Warsaw Film Festival 2017 - Best Animated Short Nashville Film Festival 2018 - Grand Jury Prize LA Film Festival 2018 - Audience Award San Francisco International Film Festival 2018 - Bay Area Short 1st place Edmonton International Film Festival 2018 - Grand Jury Award Chicago International Film Festival 2018 - Gold Plaque for Animation Short Riverrun Film Festival 2018 - Special Jury Prize Anima Brussels 2018 - Special Jury Prize BendFilm Festival 2018 - Best Animated Short Mercado 3D Wire - Best International Short Toronto Shorts International Film Festival 2018- Best Animated Short Anima Mundi 2018 - Best Screenplay ------------------- CREDITS --------------------- Written, Edited & Directed by Trevor Jimenez Production Designer- Chris Sasaki Producer - Jeremy Slome Associate Producer - Mattie Brehm Animation - Trevor Jimenez, Vlad Kooperman, Xavier Riffault, Madeline Sharafian, Shaz Lym, Michael Yates, Adam Campbell, Tony Maki, Stephen Neary Art Department- Grant Alexander, Jennifer Chang, Maria Yi, Ana Ramirez, Robin Joseph, Rona Liu, Andrew Ross Compositing - Philip Graham, Owen Neuberger, Felix Hallock, Amber Rankin Sound Designer & Re-recording Mixer - Kenny Pickett Sound Effects Editor- Adrian Maruri Original Music by - Andrew Vernon Color Timing - Sean Wells
We were requested to produce the art and animation of an integrated brand campaign for the University of Melbourne showcasing its distinctive curriculum, the Melbourne Model. The campaign launches with a brand film, which presents the need for a model of education that equips students with world knowledge rather than just a specialist degree, so that they can adapt and be ready for every possible future. Onesal was in charge of the production, design and animation of the spearhead brand film as well as the key visual key visuals for all the campaign. Based on actual ongoing research projects of the University, we crafted 16 abstract fantastic landscapes illustrating the many possible futures. Client: The University of Melbourne Agency: McCann Melbourne Production Company: Onesal Japan Director: Nahuel Salcedo Producer: Ailin Brunner Design and Animation: Nahuel Salcedo, Damian Sendin, Martin Salfity Additional Design and Animation: Robert Sundelin Design Assistant: Hisako Sugano Music and Sound Design: Andrea Damiano クライエント:メルボルン大学 代理店:マッキャンメルボルン 制作会社:株式会社Onesal ディレクター:サルセド・ナウエル プロデューサー: ブルンナー・アイリン デザイン・アニメーション:サルセド・ナウエル、ダミアン・センディン、マーティン・サルフィーティ、 デザインアシスタント:菅野久子 サウンドデザイン:アンドレア・ダミアノ
SHED’s Tribute to Character Design SHED was brightly lit this holiday season. Our Montreal studio is home to inspiring talent and devoted friends. As the snow settled and the cold reached our toes, a long held tradition rose up again. For years we've created small animated Holiday cards we hold dear to our hearts. This winter we challenged ourselves anew. SHED's “Together in Harmony” is a passion project, one in which our artists wished to honour the many styles and techniques of their colleagues and pay tribute to character design. As a small family, we strive to create art and stories that bring us together. The personalities and look of each 17 characters were imagined and brought to life by talented individuals for whom this project was a gift to themselves. It was a collaboration that spanned many countries, a dedication to creativity we are proud to share. Long time fans and well-informed eyes can spot famous characters and hidden gems ;) ------- Pendant que la neige tombe et que le froid nous rougit les joues, une tradition de longue date refait surface. Depuis plusieurs années, nous créons de petites cartes des Fêtes animées, lesquelles nous tiennent bien à cœur. Cet hiver, nous nous sommes remis au défi. “Tous en Choeur” de SHED est un projet-passion dans lequel nos artistes souhaitaient rendre hommage aux nombreux styles et techniques de leurs collègues ainsi que mettre en valeur le design de personnage. En tant que petite famille, nous aspirons à créer de l'art et des histoires qui nous assemblent. Le design et la personnalité de chacun des 17 personnages ont été conçus et imaginés par notre équipe pour qui ce projet fut finalement un cadeau pour eux-mêmes. Cette collaboration s'est étendue sur de nombreux pays et c'est une dédicace à la créativité que nous sommes fiers de partager. Les habitués et les connaisseurs sauront reconnaître certains personnages, ainsi que quelques bonus cachés ;)
2018年12月19日 Lost & Found is a stop motion short film that tugs at the heartstrings. A knitted toy dinosaur must completely unravel itself to save the love of its life. 7mins / Australia / 2018 DIRECTED BY Andrew Goldsmith & Bradley Slabe PRODUCED BY Lucy J. Hayes WRITTEN BY Bradley Slabe DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY & MOTION CONTROL Gerald Thompson ANIMATION Samuel Lewis PRODUCTION DESIGNER Rennie Watson FILM EDITORS Andrew Goldsmith John Gavin VFX CREATIVE DIRECTOR Andrew Goldsmith SUPERVISING SOUND DESIGNER Ryan Granger MUSIC BY Adrian Sergovich with Jonathan Dreyfus SET DRESSERS Sophie Hayward, Laura Curtis PROPS MAKERS Samuel Lewis, Laura Curtis, Donna Yeatman SET BUILDER Sophie Hayward SCENIC ARTISTS Aimee Francis, Xin li ART ASSISTANTS Raphael Fantl, Nicholas Issel, Nathan Reardon, Michael Greaney, Eve Gilbert CULTURAL ADVISOR Kei Shiokawa CHARACTER DESIGNER & SCULPTOR Samuel Lewis CHARACTER ARMATURIST Scott Ebdon CHARACTER CROCHET ARTIST Julie Ramsden VFX ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Haley Polacik VFX SUPERVISOR & PIPELINE DIRECTOR Dave Abbott COMPOSITORS Andrew Goldsmith, Dave Abbott, Brent Cataldo, John Gavin, Andrew Montague, Toby Angwin, Damien Dunne, Scarlette Baccini, Trace VFX ROTOSCOPE ARTIST Douglas E Pope COLOURIST Edel Rafferty POSTER PHOTOGRAPHY Patrick Moran END TITLES DESIGNER Rebecca Moore SOUND MIX Dead On Sound SOUND DESIGNERS Ryan Granger, Adam Hunt ASSISTANT SOUND DESIGNERS Shane Jarvie-Kohn, Talia Raso VOICE OF THE FOX Maria Angelico VOICE OF THE DINOSAUR Marc Gallagher SOUND HELP FROM Joel Taylor and The Black Lodge WOODWINDS Stuart Byrne BRASS City of Prague Philharmonic STRINGS Jonathan Dreyfus HARP Genevieve Lang PIANO Adrian Sergovitch SCORE ENGINEERS Jezz Giddings, Damian Enemark, Jan Holzne SCORE MIXED BY Jonathan Dreyfus SCORE RECORDING HELP FROM Craig Harnath for Hothouse Audio James Fitzpatrick for Tadlow Music Laura Bishop for Jigsaw Music Song Zu LEGAL Shaun Miller SPECIAL THANKS Raphael Fantl, Tom Fantl, Dave Abbott, Haley Polacik, John Gavin, Patrick Moran, Samuel Lewis, Gerald Thompson, Justin Donoghue, Nerida Moore, Louise Gough, Nell Greenwood, John Tummino, Darryl Slabe, Matisse Fantl, Sophie McPike
Set in a contemporary society of mice and rats, Hubert, a young observing rat, recites slam poetry full of hope within his head as he passes by individualistic strangers in the Parisian metro. Hubert´s poetry remains optimistic and persistent, despite the harsh reality of the world he lives in. VERMINE was made by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop: VIA University College in Viborg, Denmark. Check out the individual students blogs (links below) to learn more about the talent behind the film. Follow the film on Facebook @Verminemovie Credits Jérémie Becquer - Direction/Animation Allan Michaut - Art Direction/Animation Morten Krebs - Technical Art Direction/Backgrounds Léonard Bismuth - Storyboard/Animation/Comp Pauline Champetier - Storyboard/Animation Lead Maria Sandvig - Design/Animation/Production Management Kristoffer Ager - Design/Animation Ditte Wad Andersen - Design/Backgrounds Michael Nielsen. - Design/Backgrounds Want to know more about The Animation Workshop/VIA University College? Website: Facebook: Tumblr: Twitter: Instagram: Youtube: The Animation Workshop
-> (Official Website: Stills, Contacts, Informations ...) -> (FB page: News, Bonus, Making of ... ) « Grandpa Walrus » is an animated short film by Lucrèce Andreae. It was selected to compete for the Short Film Palme d’Or in the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. It won the Audience Award in the 2017 Annecy International Animation Film Festival and the César for Best Animated Short Film 2018. ------------------ SYNOPSIS ------------------ On the windy and cloudy beach, Granny is praying, Mum is shouting, the sisters don’t care, Lucas is alone. Grandpa was a weird guy, now he’s dead. ------------------- CREDIT --------------------- Director – Lucrèce Andreae Producers – Jérôme Barthélemy & Daniel Sauvage Background – Marjorie Caup, Amélie Fléchais, Vaiana Gauthier Animation – Ulysse Malassagne, Marion Roussel, Marcel Tigchelaar Interns – Léa Krawczyk, Joël Durand, Kevin Nguyen Van Phung, Fabien Corre, Lolita Cury, Cécile Guillard, Fanny Hagdahl Sörebo, Mathilde Laillet, Ariane Teillet Compositing – Jean Bouthors, Mathieu Brisebras Editing – Guillaume Lauras & Catherine Aladenise Sound – Flavien Van Haezevelde & Sébastien Pierre Music – Flavien Van Haezevelde Voices – Roman Garance (Lucas), Emilie Blon Metzinger (Olivia), Chann Aglal (Jade), Ilona Bachelier (Melissa), Charles Albol (Marius), Catherine Artigala (Granny) With the participation of: CNC, ARTE, Ciclic, Mairie de Paris, Région Rhône-Alpes, Procirep, Angoa On the windy and cloudy beach, Granny is praying, Mum is shouting, the sisters don’t care, Lucas is alone. Grandpa was a weird guy, now he’s dead. ------------------- AWARDS ------------------- IN FRENCH FESTIVALS: - César 2018 du Meilleur film d’Animation (court métrage) - Festival du Film d’animation, Annecy, France (12-17 juin) (Sélection Officielle) : Prix du Public - Festival du film court en plein air de Grenoble, France, (4-8 juillet) : Prix du scénario, Prix Unifrance - Festival de la Côte Bleu, Carry le Rouet : Prix du Jury - Festival de Villeurbanne Prix de la Liberté - Les Nuits magiques, Bègles, Prix Emotions décerné par le public - Festival Ciné Junior, Val-de-Marne, Prix du Public (11 ans et +) - Ciné en herbe, Montluçon, Prix de la ville de Montluçon IN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS: - Festival Golden Dragonfly, Saint-Dominique, République Dominicaine (21-26 août) : Best Foreign Language Animation Short Film - Krok Festival – Special Prize for the Best Debut - Spark Animation 2017 – Vancouver Canada – Best 2D Animation - Bucheon International Animation Festival (BIAF) – Corée – Prix du jury - Elche Fantastic Film Festival – Best International Short Film (Elche, Espagne) - XIII Panorama Internacional Coisa de Cinema, Honor Award (Brésil) - Princeton international film festival, Grand Director Award - Manchester Animation Film Festival, Audience Film Award - Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational, Audience Choice Award (Baltimore) - Horror Film Festival of Valparaíso, Chili, Best direction - Animax Skopje Fest, First Prize (Golden Brick) - International Festival of Animation Arts “Multivision”, St-Petersbourg, Russie – Best Script - International Short Film Festival Oberhausen – Children’s and Youth Film Competition – Prize of the -Youth Jury -O!PLA – Oh! People Love Animation Festival, Pologne – Bronze Bundle Award