A world of ambiguous reality and the nature of life and death.
A man caught in a storm of negative words overcomes it with resilience.
Music video for KIRA KIRA.
An astronaut falls in love with a moon maiden in Rod March's film.
A lonely being lives in a small cabin at the edge of the sea.
A woman is looking to find love in a world of possibilities and promiscuity.
A renegade bull must save a helpless calf from an evil chicken.
A burly lumberjack has visit from an unexpected friend.
Oscar is coming of age, against his better judgment.
In a cold, windy field, there hangs an old, lonely scarecrow.
This short won Best Music Video at ABP 2012.
The tides predict tragedy as far as the eye can see.
Nicholas Kallincos won Best Original Design at ABP 2012.
Eric Prah's short won Best Animation for Kids at ABP 2012.
Seasons Greetings on a spinning wheel.
A short film about the life of a civil servant.
Beings find themselves helpless under the whim of a red moon.
A little girl tries to dig to the moon, and has adventures along the way.
One day at breakfast, a man's soul bursts out of his eyeball.
A story of a man who finds a man.
A homeless guy shows us his understanding of the flawless life.
It’s not easy having unconditional love for Velvetta cheese.
The end of the world has elapsed and few humans remain.
An documentary focusing on vivid dreams of normal individuals.
Playful romp goes sour in this homage to early animation.
A girl gets off at the wrong bus stop in Sara Pocock's 7th.
Fun and quirky stop motion animation video.
Four animal characters trying to cross a bridge.
This coming-of-age tale addresses the anxiety of not fitting in.
A binder of bored classroom notes comes to life.
Four separate hand-drawn animations equal Bleu.
Passing pedestrians become pinball play. Closing bumper at ABP 2011.
Animated "green" PSA opened ABP 2011.
Interview with Howard Beckerman: director, professor & author.
Continuation of interview with Howard Beckerman.
A fable about a mole in the grass.
A relaxing day at the beach goes haywire.
Alberto Vazquez and Pedro Rivero
A short animated film based upon the graphic novel PSICONAUTAS.
A tiny man living inside a cat gets into a sticky love-triangle.
Stop-motion film that looks to reconcile a set of creation myths.
Beomsik Shimbe Shim
Journey through a mysterious hospital alters physical perception.
Extreme ballet in this MFA thesis from UCLA Animation Workshop.
A trip to the taco cart turns into a conversation about the fairer sex.
Barko has established himself as the unwilling clown of a circus.
Enrique learns the hard way, that actions speak louder than birds!
Friends stage a bicycle race to determine the best racer of all time.
A smallish movie about a girl and a fox. BYU student film.
The quickening perception of time that faces us as we age.
Danae Diaz & Patricia Luna
Official music video for Brandt Brauer Frick's "Caffeine."
Visual Concert series animation with solo flute performance.
Into the abyss of blind rage.
Maybe your intelligence deserves to be insulted.
A robot paves the road in realizing a vision of fantasy to the real world.
Produced by the Cartoon Saloon, in their home town Kilkenny, Ireland.
Junkyard playground for the split personality inclined.
Animation Block Party was featured on Episode Six of the Flavorpill Fix.
A clucky senior thesis film from San Francisco State University.
A stop-motion film about killer lint.
A man in an apartment has had rare contact with others since the rabbit appeared.
The story of a robotic puppy who tries to help an ignorant android.
Juan Pablo Zaramella
A curious nun ventures into the darker side of her world.
A electric buzzed thesis from University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
A virus has destroyed almost the entire human population.
A scientist travels through various dimensions in search of his lost love.
A light bulb searches for his mom.
Music video for Justice of the Unicorns.
A stop-motion remake of the classic Pinball Number 12 animation.
Trisha Gum and Dan Field
Music video for Papillon 2010.
Theodora recounts the story of her childhood in Greece during WWII.
Macro-photographed hardware from vintage cameras.
Andrew S. Allen
Based on a true legend of the famous unsolved code.
A draftsman finds his focus on work drifting and with it, his imagination.
Keys, coins, and junk-drawer objects, rendered by crayon rubbings.
A humble citrus fruit is granted absolute power over the universe.
A degenerate man loses his wife. He goes out to look for her.
God creates the world and receives advice from the other residents of the heavens.
Cubicle warriors, unite!
Ben Richardson & Daniel Bird
An egg and apple build competing broadcast towers.
Take a peek into the secret nightlife of the suburbs.
A compelling argument for submitting to ABP 2010.
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