Lamenting the demise of the audio cassette, we at M-I-E, thought it would be nice to try and find a fitting tribute to it’s faded glory. ‘Jammed’ is the story of a bold, heroic, Viewmaster robot, venturing into an unknown world to save an unknown soul. We had great fun making this short film, using a mixture of stop motion and 3D techniques. The music was composed by our talented friends, Dan and John, at Meanred.
3d Modelling: Rafael Jimenez
3d Animation: Sarah Beeby
Stop Frame Animation: Sarah Beeby
Animation Studio: Clapham Road Studios
Music and Sound Design: Meanred
BAFTA Short Animation - Nomination 2013
Short of the Week 2013 Animation Award Winner
Best Graduate Film - Ottawa International Animation Festival 2011
Best Animation - Darklight Film Festival 2011
Best Graduate Film - Expotoons 2011
British Animation Award - Nominee 2012
for more about me and my work:
check out the trailer for my latest short LEFT here: vimeo.com/53272544
for a full list of awards, screenings and credits: eamonnoneill.ie/I-M-FINE-THANKS
Réalisé à l'occasion du concours Arte "21/12/2012, le jour le plus court"
Created for the contest organised by tv channel Arte according to the theme "12/21/2012, the shortest day"
Prix spécial du jury
Special price from the jury
Scénario et réalisation / script and direction: Cécile Milazzo, Phuong Mai Nguyen et Claire Sichez
Création sonore / Music : Morgan Prudhomme
Animation : Sophia Alami Teixera, Mathurin Audouin, Corinne Garcia,
Cécile Milazzo, Phuong Mai Nguyen, Benjamin Renner,
Olesya Shchukina, Claire Sichez et Marie Vieillevie
The Mill were truly excited to be working with String Theory in partnership with Oxfam creating 'Havana Heat' the second film (following on from Buck's 'Metamorphosis') in the Good Books 'Great Writers' campaign.
The Good Books model is totally unique, 100% of the retail profit from their website goes to support communities in need through Oxfam projects.
'Havana Heat' is a steamy love letter to Good Books in the cleavage-heaving language made famous by Mills & Boon.
Luke Colson, Head of Mill Studio explains: "We became involved when New Zealand based creative agency String Theory sent us two wonderfully clever and funny scripts to choose from, and asked us which one we would be interested in bringing to life! We all agreed that we simply had to opt for the Mills and Boon muscle ripping epic and couldn't wait to get stuck in!
After deciding on the double entendre filled world of Mills and Boon we were naturally led to the conclusion that our talented French animating-directing duo, mcbess and Simon would bring something really special and saucy to the table."
Read more about mcbess and Simon's work in an exclusive Q&A here.
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Hey! Here's our graduation
short called Innuendo.
We hope that you'll like it.
trailer for the next stop-motion animated short film NINA made out from paper by Ove Pictures is out now! Thank youuu.