Animation Volume I
A young mare visits Cyprus to take part in races. Frustrated from failure, she abandons the racetrack after confronting her strict father. The mare will meet new friends who will try to help her find her lost courage.
Alexis Chaviaras, born in Antwerp in 1978, taught animation at Universities in Cyprus between 2009 and 2015 and is a doctoral candidate at Middlesex University London researching the field of scenic design for 3D computer animated films. Alexis produced and directed the animated short “Struthio” in 2011.
Take a ride on the U.S.S. Starjumper 7 as it takes you on a tour of three different star systems. Featuring the music of Char-El, Starjump's soundtrack is just as epic as the animations of space explosions and amazing sights.
Matt Erman created Capture 1 Studios in January of 2013. Since that time, he has released several short films, completed a host of documentaries, and has interviewed local talent as well as national celebrities.
Juliette is a shy girl terrified to catch a ride with two horny bitches that aren't paying any attention to the road...
Lora D'Addazio started her artistic education in 2006 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Liège. In 2009 she took a one year specialization course in 3D at the Institute for the Arts and Techniques (Namur). She then pursued a bachelor and master’s degree in Animation Cinema at La Cambre (Brussels) which she graduated in 2016. Now she is working as a freelance director and animator in Brussels.
After a ferocious dragon is discovered in the woods, the pitiable, dim witted PEREGRINE is made the village hero. A few porkies here and there means he is also in some serious pig swill.
Peter Miller is an independent animator and illustrator from North Wales, who over the past few years have been making his own animated short films, with particular emphasis on humor. Peter studied Animation at Edge Hill University, UK, which helped him improve on his animation style and story-telling skills. He received a Royal Television Society award for his graduation film ‘Peregrine the Pathetic’.
Peter is now currently in the early stage of writing his next film while also working on other projects for important clients and independent film studios.
A famous animator inadvertently warps a ten year old boy's imagination.
Ken Cohen grew up in Michigan and has been making films since 2001. He's made shorts and features and has explored all different genres from comedy to horror. "Cartoonish" is his first venture with animation and he'd like to try to incorporate it into other films. He currently lives in, Charleston, SC.
Little Sofía loves her grumpy granny: even though she is always
hungry and eats what little food they can buy. Her pension is the only thing keeping her and her father alive. To what extremes will they go to once granny is no more?
Effe Pappa was born and spent her early years in a small town of Greece, Igoumenitsa. Her passion for storytelling started when she joined her town's theatrical team. She left her town in 2004, when she entered the Technological Educational Institute of Athens where she studied Fine Arts & Design. She specialized in Animation and graduated with her shortfilm “1.2 Million Children". After receiving the highest marks for Animation the film went on to be selected in more than 40 Film Festivals worldwide, gained more than 100,000 views with social media and had a theatrical release in Athenian Cinemas.