A strongly treated stop-motion piece with deep socio-political feelings about a historical moment. The slow and uneasy pace translates the sentiments of (in)humanity well.
A stop-motion animation by Singaporean director Jerrold Chong. Excellent cinematography which demands an active viewing.
Having fun with stop-motion means having fun with daily objects and weird imagination!
A wonderful participation by 50 animators around the world for stop-motion!
That moment when a piece of clay starts to feel too real…
Awesome looking comedy stop-motion feature film about a race. Definitely lots of laughs just by the quirky characters!
A very innovative idea using stop-motion. The shape of the bulb decides its access rights to places and also its fitting place, which echoes societal imposed rules and function of individuals.