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By |abril 12th, 2017|animation|0 Comments

Tómalo todo fuera de mi.

No habrá paz.
Un día vendrá después de otro.
Tu estarás más lejos y no habrá paz.
No habrá paz, no se detendrá jamás.
Un día sobrevendrá al siguiente,
tu estarás más lejos y no habrá paz.
No se detendrá jamás.
El dolor se sobrescribe, siempre duele igual, a veces más y tu estarás cada vez mas lejos de mí.
Este dolor sobrescibirá el anterior y tu estarás cada vez más lejos de mí.

No vuelvas.
No vuelvas jamás.
Ésto es cálido y mucho mas real.
Mantente lejos de mí.

Tómalo todo fuera de mí, lejos de mí.

Es mucho más real. No vuelvas jamás.

Mantente lejos de mí.


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Why Bomb? or The Great Bussines of War

Why Bomb? or The Great Bussines of War – This work remember us a parallel history to World War II, the Atomic Race, the birth of American Military-Industrial Complex, all this finally registered as the triumph of the allies against the axis of Japan, Germany and Italy ending with the bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


Conceived & Directed by Aaron Sorenson
From HouseSpecial – a Short Stuff™ production

See what a 2.5D set transforms into when the camera is perfect:
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Creative Director: Kirk Kelley
Executive Producer: Lourri Hammack
Production Designer: Alan Cook
DP: John Nolan
Editor: Steve Miller, Cam Williams
Line Producer: Nicole Fitzhugh
Production Assistant: Alex Webster

Character Designer: Aaron Sorenson, Alan Cook
Background/Environment Design: Craig Bowers, Don Flores, Sharon Huang, Kristy Kay, Phillip Spehar, Tod Polson

Character Fabrication: Katie Mello, Margaret Meyer, Chris Ohlgren
Set/Prop Fabrication Lead: Greg Fosmire
Set/Prop Fabrication: Gary Logue, Katie Mello, Margaret Meyer, Josh Pearce, Emma Van Halsema

Animator: Suzanne Twining
Swing/Electric/Grip: Jake Hauswirth
Wrangler: Rob Melchior
Art Dept/Stage Manager: Erica Johnson

FX: Patrick Van Pelt
Opening Titles: José Díaz, Stephen Bodin
Matte Painting: Stephen Bodin
Flame Artist: Rex Carter
Editorial Assistant: Dino Coons

Original Music Produced By: Mophonics
Original Music By: Roberto Murguia and Róisín Malone
Creative Producer: Kristoffer Roggemann
Creative Director: Stephan Altman
Sound Design & Mix By: Lance Limbocker, Limbocker Studios

A special thanks to the Oregon Film Board

For screening and pr, contact us at

Upcoming & Recent Screenings:
Animation Nights New York (ANNY)
December 14, 2016

Animation Chico
December 10, 2016

Savannah Film Festival
October 22-29, 2016

Anima Mundi
Rio – October 25, 2016
São Paulo – November 2-6, 2016

Oregon Independent Film Festival
Winner: Best Animated Film
September 25, 2015

KROK International Animated Films Festival
(Moscow) –
September 20-28, 2016

Festival Stop Motion Montreal
(Canada) –
September 16-18, 2016

Burbank International Film Festival
September 7-11, 2016
Montreal International Animation Film Festival
(Canada) –
August 18, 2016

Animation Block Party
(Brooklyn) –
July 29, 2016

Drunken Film Festival
(Bradford, UK) –
July 28, 2016

Neum Animated Film Festival (Bosnia and Herzegovina) –
In competition
June 28, 2016

Fear No Film – The Utah Arts Festival
June 23, 2016

Annecy International Animation Film Festival
June 13-17, 2016

Blue Plum Animation Festival
June 3, 2016

Cast: HouseSpecial and Suzanne Twining

Tags: jailbreak, short, black and white, aaron sorenson, stop motion and noir

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By |octubre 31st, 2016|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments


On the evening of May 16, 1944, in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, SS guards armed with machine guns surrounded the area of the camp designated for Roma and Sinti prisoners. Their intent was to round up the nearly 6,000 prisoners there and send them to the gas chambers. But when the guards approached the area, they were met with armed resistance from the inmates.

The prisoners had learned of the planned “liquidation” and fashioned weapons from sheet metal, wood, pipes, rocks, and any other scraps of material they could get their hands on. According to the memories of survivors and witnesses to the incident, the inmates forced the guards into retreat, and though some prisoners were shot that night, the act of resistance allowed the Roma and Sinti prisoners to put off execution for several more months.

This is why La Voix des Rroms is raising awareness around May 16, the Romani Resistance Day in Europe. The Romani Resistance Day represents a change in the way Romani culture and identity appear in public space.

Directors : Ludovic Versace & Félicien Colmet Daâge
Music : Richard Pons
Textes : Pierre Chopinaud
2D Animation : Félicien Colmet Daâge, Ludovic Versace, Manu Lantam
3D Animation : Olivier Jeannel, Thomas Benazech
Compositing / Motion design : Davide Mendes

Studio de Création : Les Monstres
Production : Association La Voix des Rroms

Cast: Les Monstres, felicien colmetdaâge and Ludovic Versace

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By |octubre 31st, 2016|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments


Festivals :
152e Journées de Soleure / BEST SWISS VIDEO CLIP (Suisse)
LAMVF (Los Angeles)
Faut qu’ca bouge 2016 (Paris, Centre Pompidou)
CutOutFest (Mexico)
StoneFair International Film Festival (Hungary)
Vevey, ville de tournage (Suisse)
Los Angeles CineFest (USA)
European Film Festival (Russia)
East Coast Film Festival (UK)
Animation Nights New York (USA)
International Monthly Film Festival (Denmark)
Roselle Park Loves Shorts! Film Festival (USA)

Directors : Félicien Colmet-Daâge & Ludovic Versace
Production : Les Monstres
Animation : Félicien Colmet Daâge, Ludovic Versace, Siying Yu
Coloring : Alex Bouvier, Siying Yu
Compositing : Félicien Colmet-Daâge, Arthur Sotto, Ludovic Versace

Pan European Recording

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Cast: Les Monstres, felicien colmetdaâge and Ludovic Versace

Tags: animation, 2D, motorcycle, music video, akira, futur, hero, city, rider, 80’s, pop, motion design, tv paint, switzerland, short film, 3D, VFX and drawing

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By |octubre 31st, 2016|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments


The year 2100. In an effort to combat overpopulation, the postmortem social network “Anvil” is released.

A fusion of both Japanese and Belgian comics inspirations and sensibilities, such as Ghost in the Shell, Akira or Peeters & Schuiten’s work. “Anvil” invites us on a journey through the eyes of a young woman in her final moments on earth.

Lorn – Anvil
Label: Wednesday Sound
Directed by GERIKO (Hélène Jeudy & Antoine Caëcke)
Design, Script & Animation by Antoine Caëcke & Hélène Jeudy
Character Animation by Anthony Lejeune & Manddy Wyckens

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Cast: GERIKO, Antoine Caecke, Hélène Jeudy, Anthony Lejeune and Wyckens Manddy

Tags: Lorn, Anvil, Official Music Video, Music video, Clip, Trailer, Geriko, Caecke, Jeudy and Animation

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By |octubre 5th, 2016|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments

Virtual Actors in Chinese Opera

Created for a theater production that fuses Chinese Opera with New Media, the virtual actors are inspired by shapes, colors and motions of traditional Chinese costumes and dance. The project explores how costumes and motions can virtually reshape a human body.

Theatre Credits:
Lord Guan Yu on Stage
Scriptwriter: Wang An-qi
Director and Designer: Mathias Woo @ Zuni Icosahedron
Digital Images: Tobias Gremmler
Performed by: GuoGuang Opera Company (Taipei)

Cast: Tobias Gremmler

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By |septiembre 14th, 2016|animation, Art & Visual Culture, video|0 Comments

Danny Boy – de Se-Ma-For Studio

Danny Boy from Se-Ma-For Studio on Vimeo.

By |agosto 1st, 2016|animation, art, Art & Visual Culture, short film, video, vimeo|0 Comments

Protegido: Good bye, otra vez

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