An animated documentary investigating diasporic identity through an interview between a Chinese mother and her British born daughter. The medium of animation is ever so suitable for such works.
High quality trailer with just the right amount of attention to details, and cross-cultural, cross-genre influences, by none other than Ubisoft!
A nice little advertisement short animation with so much love for trucks!
Here is the online premiere of Lak Boh Ki, also known as Drop Nowhere! The world’s first Hainanese animated short film produced and directed by yours truly with the support of LASALLE College of the Arts.
Lak Boh Ki is a Hainanese term for “Drop Nowhere”. A one-and-a-half year old baby who dropped his plush Merlion toy onto the ledge outside of his HDB apartment window tries to get it back, and in the palm-sweating process reveals the contemporary Singaporean landscape made up of foreigners.
The film has traveled several festivals including Singapore Chinese Film Festival, DOK Leipzig, Sommets du cinéma d’animation, Nagoya Digital Arts Festival and Digicon6 ASIA, and some more.
Hope you will enjoy it!
A surreal Russian animation from the Pilot studio in 1992. Never fails to provoke thought from this series of imaginative articulations.
Check out Vernon James Manlapaz for some very interesting matchmove VFX short clips!
A student short film from National Film School of Denmark. Beautifully crafted backgrounds and cinematography.