A young Indian boy chasing after his dream.
Beautiful animation, simple black and white images constantly scrolling along to gentle music. This could be used to generate ideas for writing. Ask children to write down 5 elements to include in a story.
Could also be used as a memory game, like the generation game.
An old explorer close to freezing in the Arctic re-lives the events that have brought him there. He recalls his student days at Trinity College in Dublin when he studied under the enigmatic Professor Orit, the professor who was driven to madness by his obsessive pursuit of the unified theory. Convinced that the answer somehow lay in the relationship between the numbers two, three and five, Professor Orit’s obsession started the journey which has led his former student to the top of the world.
This animated short was created as a part of Sketch travel project which is an international charity art project where one red sketchbook was passed around between 71 artists around the globe for 4 and half years. The original Sketchbook was sold for 70,000 Euros (96,200 US$) and its entire proceeds will go towards building libraries in the third world countries in partnership with a child literacy non profit Room to Read.
Bridge is a story about four animal characters trying to cross a bridge, but ending up as obstacles to one another in the process. The moral behind this story revolves around how there are often disagreements or competing paths in life, and the possible results of pride and compromise.
“When I Grow Up” follows the imagination of a young boy’s dreams for his future.
A two-minute animated voyage through nature’s life cycle, following the trials and tribulations of a humble apple seed.
The film was kindly funded by Adobe, made using their CS4 range of software. It was produced at Nexus Productions and features a soundtrack by Jape. It was made using a mixture of stop motion papercraft and 2D drawn animation.
Look up at the sky and what do you see? Well, blue, yes. And maybe a plane or a bird, but otherwise … nothing. Or so you think. It turns out that right above you, totally invisible, is an enormous herd of animal life — tiny bugs riding the wind currents.