Jeep is looking for the ultimate vacation spot; an idyllic island full of wilderness and beautiful tropical birds. Once arrived Jeep finds oud that he is not the only adventurer. What started as an idyllic trip escalates quickly into a true tourist trap where no escape is possible.
In this hilarious 2D & 3D animated short, a clean-up neat-freak octopus uses all of his tentacles trying to reach what he’s aiming for.
Cinekid 2020 – National Audience Award (Age 4-6)
Kuki Film Festival Berlin – Best Short Film for children aged 4 and 6+
Babylon Film Festival (Iraq) – Best International Film
New York International Children’s Festival – Audience Award (age 3+)
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
Clermont-Ferrand Int. Short Film Festival 2021
Mecal Pro Barcelona
Kaboom Animation Festival
Très Court International Film Festival
and many more!!
& Diana van Houten
The Netherlands / Belgium
A dangerous intruder gives Pilar the chance to discover the wild animal within and the means to escape the post-apocalyptic village she lives in.
In a heavily polluted world, a young woman mourns the disappearance of animal species. When she falls ill due to a bacterial infection, nature appears to send her a message in her hallucinations.
-Save the Earth! award, Short Shorts, Tokyo, Japan (June 2021)
-Best Animated Eco Film Award, IAFF Golden Kuker, Sofia, Bulgaria (May 2021)
–Nominated for Best Animated at NFMLA Annual Awards, LA, USA (May 2021)
-Best Animation at Taos Shortz Film Fest, Taos, USA (March 2021)
-Mr. Zee Award for Best Animation, Shortcutz Amsterdam, Annual Awards, (March 2021)
–Nominated for Best Film & Best Director, Shortcutz Amsterdam, Annual Awards, (March 2021)
-Best animation Film, Rome International Film Festival, Rome (Georgia), USA (Nov. 2020)
A principal and teacher conspire to protect their students from an invisible predator lurking inside their school. Based on a true story.
2020 CLERMONT-FERRAND SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
LGBTQ - drama
‘Would you dare to jump if there were water?’, insecure teenager Alexander asks the boy he admires, who stands on a diving board in the middle of the beach. Cautiously dancing, they approach each other.
Facing twilight years of loneliness and isolation, Hilda (Joan Collins) whilst clearing out her deceased husband’s belongings, unearths a long-buried secret. The find forces her to confront her past and break free from her solitude with an attempt to live the life that she always denied herself…
LA Shorts (won BEST ACTRESS)
Manchester Film Festival (BEST SHORT FILM)
Aesthetica Short Film Festival
Vancouver International Film Festival
Brooklyn Women’s Film Festival
London Short Film Festival
New Port Beach Film Festival
Long listed for a BAFTA
He calls himself „Catman“. Christian lives with his two cats Marmelade and Katjuscha.
They are inseparable. As he is yearning to become a father, he decides to fertilize his beloved cat Marmelade by an exquisite tomcat from abroad. “All Cats Are Grey In The Dark” is a melodrama that portrays an unconventional relationship between animal and human.
44th Toronto Int. Film Festival – IWC Short Cuts Award for Best Short Film
52th Festival Dei Popoli Best Short Film
38th Uppsala International Short FD Audience Award
37th Sulmona Film Festival Best Short Documentary
27th Hamptons International Film Festival Special Jury Prize for Originality
72th Locarno Filmfestival Mention Special Premio Giuria dei Giovani
Human Nature is a short animation film about the love animals have for people, and the harm they consciously or unconsciously cause to us.
WORLD PREMIERE TIFF 2019
Kaboom Int. Animation Festival – Best Dutch Short Award 2019
Beste Dutch Short Animation, Cinekid 2020
Jury Award Best Animation Short, Mammoth Lakes Film Festival 2021
A man, a woman and a meat grinder. Love is messy.
A sami man ends up in greedy and decadent claws as he tries to save both his reindeer herd and the woman he desires. An awful fable about fatal passion.
2019 Anima Mundi
2019 Guanajuato International Film Festival
2019 Kaboom Animation Film Festival
2020 Sundance Film Festival
2020 Minimalen Short Film Festival
And Many More!!
2019 – The Norwegian Short Film Festival – Terje Vigen Award
The Norwegian Film Worker’s Association’s Technical Award, to Johannes Dekko for sound design
2019 – Fantastic Fest – Best Director – Shorts With Legs section
2019 – Animatou – International Animation Film Festival Geneva -Jury Special Mention
2019 – Fredrikstad Animation Festival – Golden Gunnar: Best Nordic-Baltic Short Film
2021: – Encounters Film Festival; Animated Encounters Grand Prix (Oscar Qualifying)
An Asian-American high school football player confronts his deepest fears after an
encounter with a mysterious figure.
72nd Cannes Film Festival – Cinéfondation
(Queer Palm Nominee)
Best Score – Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
Spokane International Film Festival
Toronto Inside Out
Vancouver Queer Film Festival
Taiwan International Queer Film Festival
…and many more
Santa Claus’ (Jan Sælid) whole existence is dependent on a little boy’s faith (Jonathan Gebuhr).
2019 Clermont Film Festival
2019 International Children’s and Youth Film Festival
2019 Tribeca Film Festival
Alcopops, VHS tapes, cigarettes, boys, MSN Messenger, Placebo. Set on the Isle of Wight in 2003, fragments of the director’s own teenage video diaries collide with the fictional story of 15-year-old Tommy in this short film about a boy’s search for connection in the advent of the internet age.
Infatuated with his best friend’s boyfriend and unable to truly reveal himself to anyone, Tommy feels an overwhelming sense of isolation on the small chalk island he calls home. Desperate to be seen, he logs on to the family computer, clicks connect and opens MSN…
On the night of a lunar eclipse, we uncover the sweet, salacious, and spooky secrets of a small town. From a pigtailed psychopath to naughty nuns and everything in between, this stop motion animated film conjures a comforting thought: that weird is relative.
Sundance Film Festival 2019
Ann Arbor Film Festival 2019
Atlanta Film Festival 2019
Athens International Filmfestival 2019
Chris, an autistic young man who camouflages his obsession with dive bombers, gets by with the help of Hans, the little guy who lives in his head and translates Chris’s social scripts for him. When zoologist Gwen invites Chris to meet her favorite chameleon, Chris and Hans move expeditiously ahead with a flirt script…but then the chameleon dies and Gwen needs Chris to go off script.
GRAND PRIZE WINNER Indy Shorts International Film Festival 2019
BEST ANIMATED FILM WINNER Salute Your Shorts Film Festival 2019
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER Anima Brussels 2019
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER Go Short International Short Film Festival Nijmegen 2019
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2019
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER Salute Your Shorts Film Festival 2019
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival 2019
JURY’S SPECIAL MENTION Animated Encounters Grand Prix 2019
Quote: ” “Mind My Mind” is a highly original animation that portrays the
experience of an autistic young man as he navigates starting a romantic
relationship and coping with the challenges of conversation and social
interaction. The film has a beautiful message: be yourself, and
celebrate the many positive qualities of being autistic. The animation
team are to be congratulated for their insight into how to convey what
goes on inside the mind of an autistic person during everyday
decision-making, including dealing with the stresses that arise from
ambiguity and sensory overload. It is encouraging that autistic viewers
themselves have endorsed this film as a way of helping others to
understand their experience.” Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Director,
Autism Research Centre, Cambridge University”
A desolate street in a small village in the Old West. Two cowboys face each other in a good-old-fashioned shootout! But when both of the colts fire their deadly bullets, those bullets immediately fall in love with each other, forgetting what they’re supposed to do! This has dramatic consequences…
Special jury distinction at Athens Animfest (Greece, 2017)
Audience award at Zwols Animatie Film Festival (Netherlands, 2017)
Golden Wings award for Best Animation Film at Eindhovens Film Festival (Netherlands, 2017)
March winner Best film at Shortcutz Amsterdam (Netherlands, 2018)
Prize of the Public to the Best Vermouth Short (Festival De Cine de Madrid ‘17)
Best Music (Tilburgs Film Festival ’18)
Best Animation (FilmQuest Film Festival Utah, USA ’18)
Best Narrative Short (Routes to Roots Film Festival Ontario, Canada ’18)
A portrait of one night’s intimacy between two men that just met. Their physical connection is immediate and they get carried away and have unsafe sex. Once the sexual tension has been released they’re having an intimate conversation, about gay men sexual roles, about preferences and self-image, about manhood.
As morning approaches, their moment is nearing its end and one’s need for reciprocity may question the other’s ability to love.
71st Cannes Film Festival – Cinéfondation Official Selection (France, May 2018)
34th Haifa film Festival – Official Selection (Haifa, Israel, September 2018)
24th Athens International Film Festival (Athens, Greece, September 2018)
41st Denver Film Festival – Official Selection (Denver, Colorado, USA, November 2018)
24th Chéries-Chéris Film Festival du Film LGBTQI de Paris – Sélection Officielle (Paris, France, November 2018)
23rd Riga International Film Festival 2ANNAS – Official Selection (Riga, Latvia, November 2018)
5th Rajasthan International Film Festival – Official Selection (Jaipur, India, January 2019)
Pendance Film Festival – Official Selection (Toronto, Canada, February 2019)
Queer Screen’s 26th Mardi Gras Film Festival (Sydney, Australia, February 2019)
Brussels Short Film Festival (Special Jury Mention)
Abigail is heavily pregnant, But something is missing. Terrified about the imminent birth, she kidnaps a comforting partner in crime for one afternoon.
2018 Tel Aviv Student Film Festival- opening film
2018 Palm Springs ShortFest
2018 Encounters Film Festival
2018 Hamptons International Film Festival
A deliciously dark comedy about a husband and wife whose different ideas of gender conformity lead to an unexpected confrontation. A short film from the animation trio who brought you the Oscar nominated short A Single Life.
Winner 2019 Dutch Directors Guild award