Category: Animation (Page 1 of 4)

Coronavirus creativity – Part 4

Director Erwin van den IJssel and The Panics film company created and produced this great animated titles for the Playground festival in the Netherlands.

Campus Univers Cascades, a french school that specializes in training stunt workers for film and television combined together dozens of stuntmen and stuntwomen to show off their best work for a video that is seamlessly edited as one single fight scene, that went already viral during the quarantine time.

OK Go, the band with the most creative and awesome videos, just released this great new song. Visit their site to read the story behind it.

The Disney princesses in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

“Do people assume all your problems got solved, because a big strong man showed up?” 

Sarah Silverman, John C. Reilly, and Taraji P. Henson break down the scene where the Disney Princesses pop up in the animated sequel “Ralph Breaks the Internet”.  The original was “Wreck-It Ralph” from 2012.

“We’re giving girls this version of themselves in a Disney movie, a company that, for better or worse, has created a lot of these stereotypes over the years through the princess thing,” Reilly says. “It’s a moment of reckoning for Disney and it’s a moment of reckoning for the world”. Disney has come a long way since Snowhite.

One minute art history

The history of art in an experimental short film that lasts for less than one minute. Filmmaker and art teacher Cao Shu, renders a variety of art styles like: ancient Egyptian, Chinese ink paintings, ancient Greek to more modern style like Van Gogh, Picasso  and Modigliani, creating an amazing animation.

(Thanks Zoe!)

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