In honor of the The Animation Show of Shows starting to play theaters and EatDrinkFilms reviewing the show, Eat My Shorts has selected three very different animated shorts from past The Animation Show of Shows to entice you.
Log Jam is a hilarious animation series of two-minute shorts about three “professional” musicians, the Bear, the Rabbit and the Wolf trying to rehearse in the forest regardless of the circumstances. Created by Alexey Alexeev, a Russian-born animator who is the Creative Director of Studio Baestarts in Budapest.
According to Birds, by Linda Faas as a student graduation project.
Dawn. The only sound is the wind in the trees. A leaf falls gently through the air and lands in a still pool. Then, as if by magic, the birds appear. This beautifully drawn, meditative film is an ode to nature and the winged creatures who fill the woods with their little rituals, strange movements and beautiful sounds. (5:26 min)
After being struck by a 150-ton meteorite, Henry’s world goes off-kilter. If he wants to open a door, sit on a chair or pick up the phone, he has to do so from 36 inches away from himself in French director Jérémy Clapin’s mind-bending film. (13:27 min)
These films and over 100 others are available for download or on DVD for low prices from The Animation Show of Shows. How about a few animated shorts to set a mood, before dinner or the movie you will watch with friends? Films for every occasion make perfect gifts. Art you can have playing in your home or office anytime. And the filmmakers get 50% of the profits.