Once upon a time, there was a little king who lost control of the sun...
Another fantastic, beautifully designed and animated graduation movie from SupInfoCom.
Walt Disney Pictures / 5 min / USA / 1992
From 1992, three years before Toy Story.
The story of an old fashioned rocking horse who tries to regain the affection of a boy whose attention has turned to video games.
Elliot Dear, Yves Geleyn / 2 min / UK / 2013
There once was an animal who had never seen Christmas. The festive spirit is strong though, and his friend the hare is determined to give him a gift he has never received before – Christmas.
Also, check out the 'making of' this incredible film here.
Joost Lieuwma / 7 min / Netherlands / 2013
When his father decides Richard is old enough to leave his parental home, he sends him out into the world. Only Richards keeps returning home: every time in a more bizarre way. Somehow he seems attached to the house. When an unfortunate alteration in life takes place, Richard is forced to stand on his own feet.
Paul-Emile Boucher, Remy Dupont, Benjamin Flouw, Mickaël Riciotti, Alexandre Toufaili / 6 min / France / 2012
An Inuit child wanders away from his village, fascinated by a wild bird. His father follows his trail, determined to find him before he gets lost on the ice floe. This award-winning graduation film from France's Supinfocom is also available in 3D here.
Birdbox Studio / 2 min / UK / 2013
A simple shopping trip goes horribly wrong.
We got a big laugh out of this great new short from London's Birdbox Studio.
Bosmat Agayoff & Alon Ziv / 5 min / Israel / 2013
This is the story of Barnie, a grown man who likes to play with his childish reflection.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw