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Tuesday Short: Evan DeRushie’s Birdlime (2017)

Posted on July 23, 2019

Evan DeRushie’s stop-motion animated short Birdlime does a phenomenal job of building character through small gestures. It does a lot of other things well, too—its […]

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Monday Short: Caleb Wood’s ANON MATION (2016)

Posted on June 25, 2019

Late Night Work Club is a loose-knit animation collective that, to date, has released two compilations organized around very general themes. The first was ghosts, […]

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Monday Short: Alan Holly’s Coda (2014)

Posted on May 13, 2019

Coda opens with its protagonist suffering a quick and violent death, but it’s a very gentle film. The initial shock of the accident is balanced […]

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Monday Short: Jennifer Zheng’s Tough (2016)

Posted on May 6, 2019

Tough packs a lot of emotional and cultural heft into a five-minute short. A conversation between British-born filmmaker Jennifer Zheng and her mother, who grew […]

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Monday Short: Nicolas Fong’s Yin (2017)

Posted on March 18, 2019

Nicolas Fong’s YIN takes its name from the symbol of yin and yang, but it’s hardly a straightforward depiction of Chinese philosophy. Instead, Fong pulls […]

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