Junio Barreto – Setembro: An infectious explosion of Brazilian colours. Lovely animated music video.
One of the best things about running Cartoon Food are the chance discoveries…like when Pedro Eboli mentioned the Russian animator Konstantin Bronzit. His work is stunning, endlessly inventive and shot through with a mordant Russian humour.
We featured it in Pedro’s 10 Questions below, but we think it’s worth a post of its own, so here’s At The Ends Of The Earth by Konstantin Bronzit:
Created by Tanya Kozak, an animator from Ontario Canada, this is the story of Backwards Cat who makes a trip to the vet for a check-up, but does the vet have his best interests in mind?
A bit sombre on a cold Tuesday, this is the fantastic Mountain Ash by Jake Armstrong. Jake is Brooklyn based and part of the intriguing collective, Late Night Work Club http://latenightworkclub.com/
Beautiful and eerie, from Cal Arts grad Sabrina Cotugno this is the story of Beopup, a little fox who goes hunting in the woods and uncovers something rather unpleasant.
A very quick but affective pair of movies from those great creatives at STEAK KOLLECTIVE. There is no way you can’t be charmed by these guys.
Enjoy the very short shorts, ZEUS followed by DOG.
What says Christmas better than an Amazon Rain forest? Ok, so it’s not obviously festive, but it has to be posted. The gifted Moth Collective have produced this lush animation about the importance of the rain forest in all of our lives.
Korean animation students at Konkuk University created a beautifully animated film which is making up part of the opening sequence to their 7th graduation screening event, KUMI FESTIVAL
Ok, so this may not be as full of Yule as some of our other posts this week but there is certainly something festive in the feel of this absolutely mind blowing movie directed by Mehdi Louala, Eva Navaux and Gabrielle Locre.