Manages to build a world and create believable tension — plus it looks really good.
72 The Wheel
Thoroughly engaging with fantastic production, like Dr. Seuss for adults.
You never know what you’ll find beneath the subway, especially when there’s a fox involved.
Well I guess that settles that. This should appease all the dubstep naysayers.
69 Out Of Sight
The animation is absolutely, toe-curlingly adorable. The only issue I have is that I’m pretty sure nobody would let a blind girl walk a dog. That is just cruel!
Don’t take cooking lightly. This one is pretty amazing.
67 Go Right
Never stop moving forward.
All hail the watering can! Long live the watering can!
65 The Scream
Bet you’ve never seen the background story of Edward Munch’s famous painting before.
How much do you know about that raw fish on your plate? And how much guilt should you feel about it?
Little Red Riding Hood the way the Grimm brothers would’ve liked it.
The wonders of paper & stop-motion animation! The most outstanding thing about this video is how well the visuals work with the soundtrack. Unfortunately, my six years spent studying French give me no insight as to what the title means.
I don’t trust robots. And how does that guy go to work (presumably) wearing just a t-shirt and carrying nothing but his tablet?? Amusingly, the dog is a better actor than the humans in this video.
60 Das Tub
You never know what you might find when you go sailing. Or who might find you…
The impressive thing about animate short films is how many of them convey a story without the use of dialogue.
Life lessons come in all kinds of mysterious packages.
I’ve been wanting to try a stop-motion video lately, and this one provides inspiration with its charming graphics and clever…ball…apparatus.
In which our Viking friends from How To Train Your Dragon celebrate Snoggletogg [which frankly sounds like a festival dedicated to kissing] and learn a little bit about dragon habits. The other shorts from the DVD are Legend of the BoneKnapper and Book of Dragons [currently unavailable].
Based on a true [and tragic] story. Sometimes vlogging can solve murders.
54 Perfect Date
I wish my boyfriend was this perfect. Kind of.
This is actually a music video, but the animation & song go so well together that I had to include it here.
The idea of this one isn’t completely new, but the production quality is superb.
51 Moving Day
I expected something like Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro, but this turns out to be something much different. The soundtrack for this one is great.