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Abril 17, 2014 at 7:59pm
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Good Grief from FiDalwood on Vimeo.

Good Grief is a short stop motion animated documentary that explores the lessons we learn from dealing with grief and loss. Five real people share their true stories of losing something precious and what it has taught them about living.

Made in 2012, Good Grief has screened at 19 festivals worldwide and won numerous awards. Inspired by the loss of her own mother and the grief that ensued, director Fiona Dalwood went about finding out how the experience of loss transforms us. With a shoestring budget and months of hard work, she made Good Grief, a beautiful short film that has been described as “adorable and heartfelt”. Accessible to children and adults alike, it is being used in educational programs as a starting point to discuss the process of grief and what some of the positive outcomes of grief can be.

Watch Good Grief with French subtitles (Regarder Good Grief avec sous-titres français)

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Written, directed and animated by Fiona Dalwood (
Produced by Jonno Katz (
Music by Matthew Nicholson (
Sound by Livia Ruzic
Voice cast (interview subjects): Dan Michael, Alex De Vos, Sarah De Vos, Andrew O’Sullivan, Dana Katz
© 2012 VCA School of Film & Television, The University of Melbourne, Australia (

Good Grief has screened at the following festivals:
- Official Selection: ECU The European Independent Film Festival (April 2014, Paris, France)
- Official Selection: Tricky Women (March 2014, Vienna, Austria)
- Official Selection: Made in Melbourne Film Festival (November 2013, Melbourne, Australia)
- Official Selection: Animpact (November 2013, Korea/Japan/China)
- Official Selection: Clare Valley Film Festival (November 2013, South Australia, Australia)
- Official Selection: London International Animation Festival (October 2013, London, UK)
- Official Selection: Dok Leipzig (November 2013, Germany)
- Official Selection: Anim’Est (November 2013, Bucharest, Romania)
- Official Selection: Cut Out Fest (November 2013, Mexico)
- Official Selection: Canberra Short Film Festival (September 2013, Canberra, Australia)
- Official Selection: Animanima (September 2013, Cacak, Serbia)
- Official Selection: Just People/Chalice Films for Change (July 2013, Melbourne, Australia)
- Official Selection: Heart of Gold Film Festival (July 2013, Gympie, QLD, Australia)
- Official selection: Melbourne International Animation Festival (June 2013, Melbourne, Australia)
- Official Selection: Warburton Film Festival ‘Show Us Your Shorts’ (June 2013, Warburton, Victoria, Australia)
- Official Selection: Brooklyn Film Festival (May-June 2013, United States of America)
- Official Selection: St Kilda Film Festival (May 2013, Melbourne, Australia)
- Official Selection: Mo&Friese Children’s ShortFilmFestival, as part of the International ShortFilmFestival Hamburg (June 2013, Hamburg, Germany)
- Official selection: Australian International Animation Festival (May 2013, Australia)
- Participation by Invitation: Berlinale Online Short Film Cloud 2013 (Feb 2013, Berlin, Germany)

Good Grief has been recognised with the following awards and nominations…
- Winner: Best Australian Student Film, Clare Valley Film Festival 2013
- Nominee: ATOM Awards 2013 - Best Tertiary Animation
- Highly Commended: Melbourne International Animation Festival 2013 
- Winner: Senior Commendation Award (2013 Warburton Film Festival Show Us Your Shorts, Warburton, Victoria Australia)
- Nominee: BEST STUDENT FILM 2013 (Australian Directors Guild Awards)
- Winner: Best Masters Animation 2012 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Australia)
- Winner: Orloff Family Charitable Trust Script Award 2012 (Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Australia)

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House of Never - Fine Day from Eric Power on Vimeo.

Animated video for the song “Fine Day” by House of Never.

Animation by Eric Power

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Each other from kokooma on Vimeo.

Animation, 6min 20sec
Written & Directed/ Animation: Lee kyu-tae
Sound design: Gwon young-hwan
Music: Shin hyun-mo

Abril 16, 2014 at 1:31pm
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Where We Are from David Cho on Vimeo.

Director: David Cho
Cast: Sam Littlefield, Megan Easton
Editors: Mariah Klapatch, DC
Cinematographer: Yusuke Sato
1st AC: Alex Falk
2nd AC: Gabriel Malikian
Production Designer: Emily Ng Little
Makeup Artist: Vanessa Marie
AD: Michael Lugo
Colorist: Aaron Peak
Transportation: Adam Feldman
Location Sound Recordist: Vince Wong
Voiceover Recordist: David Dans (Carasmatic Productions)
Composer: Ezekiel Honig

Equipment Provided By The Camera House, Eastside Camera Services, Silverlake Camera.

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Alemania (Tradición y Sabores) from INLAND STUDIO on Vimeo.

Development of graphic package for a series issued by “Germany. Tradition and Flavors” it is the journey of a chef across Germany in bike searching for the food and costums.

Desarrollo del pack gráfico para una serie emitida por “Alemania. Tradición y Sabores” se trata del recorrido de un chef por Alemania en bicicleta conociendo la comida y las costumbres.

Abril 10, 2014 at 1:10pm
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White Ghost Shivers - Santa’s Sack from Eric Power on Vimeo.

He’s got a special toy just for you!

Animated music video for the White Ghost Shivers song ‘Santa’s Sack’!
Directed/Animated by Eric Power

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Morning Ritual


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Morning Ritual from Eric Power on Vimeo.

A monster wakes to a familiar sound and begins his morning ritual.
I was inspired to make this short film after spending several mornings with my daughter, Lily. I think other dads might be able to relate.

Abril 8, 2014 at 11:50am
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Fanfarlo “Cell Song”


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Fanfarlo “Cell Song” from Ewan Jones Morris on Vimeo.

Direction and Animation by Ewan Jones Morris

This animation has been created using found images from the dustiest of science journals, encyclopaedias and magazines.

Cell Song is from Fanfarlo’s Let’s Go Extinct Album.

Printer Operation by Ben Ewart-Dean

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Fanfarlo “Cell Song” from Ewan Jones Morris on Vimeo.

Direction and Animation by Ewan Jones Morris

This animation has been created using found images from the dustiest of science journals, encyclopaedias and magazines.

Cell Song is from Fanfarlo’s Let’s Go Extinct Album.

Printer Operation by Ben Ewart-Dean

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Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam from Meditating Bunny Studio Inc. on Vimeo.

Purchase the signed Yellow Sticky Notes Collection 2007-2013 DVD for only $10 which includes Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam and 35 min. of films and bonus content. All proceeds support the Yellow Sticky Note Foundation which teaches animation workshops to kids. Please visit

Watch my original Yellow Sticky Notes (2007) animated film at:

An ‘Anijam’ is a collaborative animation where various artists create individual short animated segments that are linked together to make one larger film.

For the first time in Canadian history, 15 of Canada’s most acclaimed independent animators have come together to create a collaborative animated film. Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam is an innovative and global approach to animation filmmaking and unites animators from coast to coast, from Vancouver to Halifax and all parts in between, to self reflect on one day of their lives using only 4x6 inch yellow sticky notes, a black pen and animation meditation.

Featuring animation from the original Anijam creator Marv Newland along with Oscar® winners Alison Snowden and David Fine and Academy Award® nominees Cordell Barker, Janet Perlman, Chris Hinton, and Paul Driessen. To create the film, the animators were asked to self-reflect through animation on personal and global events that impacted one day of their lives.

Each of the animators created their sequence without knowing what the other participants were creating. Starting with a ‘to do’ list written on the day of a memorable event, the animators transitioned from text to imagery by utilizing ‘animation meditation’ to create a visually animated poem representing how their lives were affected by that pivotal day. In the end, the thousands of sticky note drawings are linked together to create a dynamic and inspirational animated film that connects the human spirit while celebrating individual artistic expression with the goal of inspiring future generations of animators.

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(Fuente: Spotify)

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(Fuente: Spotify)