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PALM ROT

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By Ryan Gillis

Investigating a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades, a crop-duster named Bill discovers a lone crate that survived the wreckage. Curiosity gets the better of him and he pulls the crate unto his airboat. That's just the first in a series of decisions he learns to regret. PROCESS BLOG : gillizamastudios.com/blog/category/palm-rot/ Official Selection SUNDANCE 2015 Official Selection......read more

Mates of State, "Palomino"

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Handpainted, rotoscope animation by Jimi Patterson

2011 marks the 10th wedding anniversary for Jason Hammel and Kori Gardner, aka Mates of State, and what better way to ring it in than with a new collection of lively pop music? "Palomino," the opening cut from Mates of State's new album Mountaintops, is soaring jam that hits in all the right spots. In the video for the tune, director/animator Jimi Patterson......read more

Hey Rosetta, "New Sum (Nous Somme)"

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A beautifully animated video for the Canadian chamber-rockers

Harkening the Richard Linklater film Waking Life, this new(ish) rotoscoping video for "New Sum (Nous Sommes)" by Hey Rosetta! is a nice little bit of live action animation. Directed by Jesse Davidge and produced at Blatant Studios in Vancouver, the clip features performance footage mainly filmed at the band's sold out show at the Commodore Ballroom late last year. Interwoven in the narrative is a......read more

One Belongs

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A SHFT original animated short from Liz Klein.

Surrealistic animation beautifully juxtaposes the undersea movements of a jellyfish and a plastic bag, offering some poignant commentary on marine pollution in the process. Made by SHFT collaborator Elizabeth Klein, the film makes use of rotoscoping, an age-old animation technique that involves tracing over live-action film movement, frame by frame, creating a dreamlike visual effect. Music by......read more

Norman Palm, "WDYD"

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Ameoba-like paper animation by Mareike Graf

Rough day? Warm the darkened corners of your heart with this colored paper love dance, set to the devastatingly pleasant sounds of Norman Palm. "WDYD," off Palm's latest album Shore to Shore, gets the paper animation treatment courtesy of Marieke Graf, who pulled it off in one take using "three layers with paper, foil and things you find on the kitchen floor." Impressive!...read more

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