The animation tells the story about a little boy who meet a fox in a rainy day. The fox wants to collect water from the city, so little boy helps the fox with his plight and accidentally he found another world where is the little fox come from.
-Official Selection. ANNECY international Festival, France 2013
-Official Selection. ICCI ‐ BAF, India 2013
-Official Selection. 10th Annual Children’s Film Festival Seattle 2014
- Screening. Chinese Animation Film Festival-CDCC Paris, 2014
- Screening. Festival Grandeur Nature, France 2014
- Screening. Nord-pas-de-Calais region and Belgium , France 2014
-Screening. PLAY Lisbon's Children and Youth Film Festival, Portugal 2013
-Screening. Cinema Planeta International Environmental Film Festival, Mexico 2013
-Screening. ‘Shortlifting’ Hong Kong Arts Centre and Animation Screening Program 2013
-Best Screenplay. 7th Aniwow Animation Festival, China 2013
-Production Design Award. Animation Academy Awards, China 2013
Fired Up is a short animated film that depicts the origin story of President Obama’s famed “Fired up, ready to go” chant.
On a rainy day in June of 2007, President Obama found himself speaking to a subdued crowd in the tiny town of Greenwood, SC. He was exhausted, soaking wet, and beginning to doubt the whole campaign when a voice called out from the back, “Fired up, ready to go!”. The chant, started by one unassuming woman in a church hat, transformed the audience and went on to become a rallying cry in every corner of America.
With the audio of President Obama’s speech as the soundtrack, the film combines original animation by 13 artists from around the world.
Directed and Produced by Dan Fipphen and Elyse Kelly
Animation directors (in order of appearance): Emily Eckstein & Ege Alper, Alex Silver, Lynn Tomlinson, The Duke & The Duck, Amy Lee Ketchum, Juan Camilo Gonzalez, Musa Brooker, Miguel Jiron, Sara Spink, Lou Morton, and Daniela Sherer.
The Day Before Creation starts with one 'small' question on the first line of Genesis, and opens door after door— from the origins of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet Letters to the birth of the entire Cosmos. This animated film takes us on a journey that explores sacred text, legends and mythology, science, and archaeology before being able to return to the question at hand. Written, directed, and produced by Mira Amiras. Illustrations and calligraphy by Josh Baum. Animation by Sam Baum and Baum Studios. Narration by Shoshana Simons. Music by Yair Dalal and Dror Sinai. Sound Engineer is Jason Reinier.