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“Sequential Sundays”

  1. Geist

    Geist is an atmospheric, short animated thriller. It was directed by Alex Sherwood, Ben Harper and Sean Mullen from Irish animation studio, Giant. It has garnered a lot of accolades including an Irish Film & Television Academy award for Best Animation.

  2. To Build a Fire

    In the harshness of midwinter, a trapper with his dog struggles to survive crossing the Canadian Yukon. ‘To Build a Fire’ is a beautifully animated adaptation of Jack London’s famous short novel. It was released in 2016 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the author’s death. Directed by Fx Goby and co-produced by Nexus Studios and Composite Films, the short has attended over 100 festivals, collecting around 20 awards including the Grand Prize at The Rhode Island Film Festival. In December 2017, the short was released online exclusively on Vimeo.

  3. The Boy Who Learned To Fly

    The Boy Who Learned To Fly is a seven-minute biographical film based on true events from Usain Bolt’s life. The flat-shaded look captures the vibrant flora of Jamaica with layers of colourful geometric shapes and textures. The film won a D&AD Pencil Awards for Film Advertising Crafts / Animation for Film Advertising.

  4. Art&Graft

    Art&Graft is an award-winning design and animation production studio based near London’s bustling Brick Lane. It is renowned for insightful and striking animations.

  5. Great Big Story ‘Coming Home From Another World’

    NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin tells us about readjusting to life on earth after a stay on the International Space Station. He shares the immense love and pride he felt seeing his family and friends again. How a walk on the beach, looking at the horizon, helped him to regauge his gyros. And how driving in his car made him rethink speed; the maximum speed limit being a far cry from the 17,500mph speeds he had become accustomed to.

  6. Peepshow Collective

    Peepshow Collective is a multi-disciplinary studio, specialising in animation, art direction and illustration. The collective was formed in a London pub in 2000 without any long-term plans outside of sharing a website. A few years on, the Emmy award-winning studio has created work for clients including Victoria & Albert Museum, M&C Saatchi, BBC and The New York Times.

  7. IMAGO

    IMAGO is a 2005 short film by Cédric Babouche. It received ten awards, including two at the Cannes Film Festival, and was selected in more than 110 festivals around the world. It blends watercolour illustrations with 2D and 3D animation to tell a tale of the cycle of life.