When is a one-scene film ok? When it's this one!
Our claymation Femme Fatale toy lures another claymation toy to her trap... but are her feelings for real or is she just out to take advantage of our hero?
An ambitious but achievable film to make and a complete success of storytelling and genre-fit. Both serious and funny, this heart-breaker is a highly impressive piece of work that everyone will remember. Good job, giant sloth! A larger team may one day take this director's great vision to new places, and that would be very well worth seeing.
A robot falls in love with a Femme Fatale doll, and desperately tries to release her even though he was running low on batteries. I loved it. Simple, sweet and short. A great stop motion animation. Well done!
I loved this. The story was simple, the animation was good, the sound design was impressive, the elements were imaginatively integrated...I can easily see this making the finals. It was a very short short, but that's usually the case with animation, and its certainly no bad thing.
This was really nice. The subtle emotion expressed by the little robot's eyebrows tell more of a story than most of the actor's performances in this competition. Absolute minimalist storytelling was pulled off due to the smart and original presentation.
When I was watching this last night after a bottle of wine I missed this one damn 30+ speed on MySky. Am glad I rewatched today! Short and sweet. Sorry I can't provide any constructive criticism or anything for this one- I know little about animation and yours looked impressive. Could have done with being longer- but with the story you chose would have been difficult to pan out for anymore. Great to see a film that is secure in it's shortness of length rather than padded out unnecessarily.
This claymation short was very well done. Great story and use of the toy/line. Really thought they nailed the femme fatale but in a different way to all the others I've seen so far.
Very nice film.