The Face Changers have always made the clay tokens that control the winds and alter their faces. But it’s time for a special journey.
Jilli Rose continues her passion for science and conservation with this ode to the importance and beauty of island environments.
Chart the canine (d)evolution from ravenous wolves and trusty guard dogs to the quivering wrecks of inner city domestication.
As a fearsome dystopia erupts into life around him, one man makes a desperate diesel-fuelled lunge for freedom.
Three people – avatared as domestic appliances – reflect on the near-death experiences that changed their lives forever.
A fast-rolling, eye-popping piece of uber-groovey animated gymnastics.
A smooth and elegant abstraction based on the music of Tatonic.
Zero is a solitary guy in a city filled with the best of everything but if that everything is a facade does he really want to live there?
As our brains change and develop into adulthood, so too do our fears, threats and nightmares.
Everybody knows Edison was a genius but it turns out he had a playfully darker side to him and he didn’t mind unleashing it.
Welcome to the carnival of consumption, step right up for the slippery-slide ride of consumerism and the round-about of retail therapy.
It’s the city of “Sunshine” but things aren’t so bright in this dark and dim world. Detective Quill is on a mission to uphold “The Right”.
We all live our lives one moment at a time and we all mark time’s passage in different ways.
The world is a beautiful, fragile place. A butterfly dreams of being a person.
A young shepherd – over-protected by his father – learns the hard way that the cost of adventure and excitement can be high.
A stylish amalgam of the Kurzwellian Singularity and non-Euclidean geometry inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick and William Gibson.
About as extreme a case of ‘shoot the messenger’ as you can get.
While eating a hotdog, Triangle Man discovers a tiny version of himself lodged in his teeth and it turns out Tiny Man is up for adventure.
An elderly woman and her dog struggle as their home slowly sinks into a swamp.
An evocative, stunningly executed paint-on-glass film inspired by a Herbert James Gunn painting and a John Glenday response to that painting.
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