As we wait for The Grand Budapest Hotel next summer, here is a new short film written and directed by Wes Anderson called Castello Cavalcanti, starring Jason Schwartzman as an Italian-American racer in 1955 Italy after he crashes his car in a small town. Enjoy!
It’s 2045, and a lone robot orbits Earth in a spaceship, left there by his human companions. He longs for his home on Earth, but knows he’ll never see it again. Tragic, huh? This is the story of Robbie, a sentient Catholic robot, and the subject of the short film Robbie from director Neil Harvey.
Images from the new digital short “Paperman”, scheduled to be released November 2nd before Wreck-It-Ralph.
“Paperman” is directed by John Kahrs, an animator on The Incredibles and Tangled, and will follow a young office worker as he attempts to garner the attention of a beautiful woman by flying paper air planes across a bustling Manhattan to her office building.
Thanks to legrand for bringing my attention to this video. Daniel Wolfe’s music video for Time to Dance by The Shoes.
The Shoes Time To Dance (Green United Music) Production Company: Somesuch & Co. Director: Daniel Wolfe Executive Producers: Tim Nash, Sally Campbell Producers: Lee Groombridge, Dougal Meese Head of Music: Tash Tan DOP: Robbie Ryan Editor: Tom Lindsay at Trim VFX: Framestore Telecine: Simon Bourne at Framestore Sound: Ben Leeves at Grand Central Casting: Leanne Flinn, Kharmel Cochrane Location Manager: Luke Marshall Art Director: Sam Tidman Stylists: Sara Sensoy, Glenn Kitson Prosthetics: Animated Extras Hair & Make Up: Lynn Darragh 2nd Unit Director: Leo Leigh Commissioner: Pierre Le Ny
This is an incredible music video/short film directed by DANIELS. It’s the most visually and emotionally arresting thing I’ve seen in a long time (and yes, I watched the Baja Fresh episode of Undercover Boss).
This is the result of the efforts of three students from the National Taiwan University of the Arts. It is a beautiful animation about a young girl and her dog, and the imagination at her beck and call. It inspires nothing short of awe and jealousy from me.
Here’s hoping that the three who worked on this go on into the animation industry full bore, because I sit here EAGERLY awaiting whatever else may be percolating in their imaginations.