1. Check out our other short : vimeo.com/15126262
    And our collective's website : http://steakanimation.com !

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    Buck is an ordinary guy. Well, if you accept the "deer head" thing.
    Today, Buck is going to spend the afternoon with his girlfriend who's so happy to see him (she's pretty much happy all the time). But when Buck finds out that her father is not the tolerant and sympathetic guy he expected, the Sunday afternoon turns really bad. Really bad. Like baaaaaaad bad.

    Buck est un jeune ordinaire. Enfin...si on exclut sa tête de cerf.
    Et aujourd'hui, Buck compte bien passer son Dimanche après-midi avec sa petite-amie qui est super contente de le voir, comme toujours. Mais quand Buck découvre que son futur beau-papa n'est pas si sympathique et tolérant que sa fille, l'après-midi va tourner au drame.

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    Réalisé Par/Directed By :

    Denis Bouyer
    rigamix@gmail.com

    Yann De Preval
    yann_de_preval@hotmail.com

    Vincent E Sousa
    vinz.esousa@gmail.com
    (Rigging reel : vimeo.com/13957690)

    Laurent Monneron
    laurent.monneron@gmail.com

    Sound Design/Mix : Julien Begault
    julien.begault@gmail.com
    http://www.julienbegault.com

    Music : Yannis Dumoutiers and Mickaël Védrine
    http://www.yannisdumoutiers.com

    We would like to thank everyone who helped us !

    # vimeo.com/17535548 Uploaded 1M Plays 577 Comments
  2. Ormie is a Pig, in every sense of the word. Pig see cookie. Pig want cookie. But they are out of reach...or are they? See Ormie's attempts to gain the warm sweet taste that is his obsession.

    Watch the short film that has film festival audiences laughing and cheering. Ormie has garnered 8 Festival Awards including Best Short Film (Savannah FF 2010, Palm Springs Int'l Shorts Fest 2010, Sprockets 2010, Seattle Int'l FF 2010) and the Audience Award (New York Int'l Children's FF 2011).

    # vimeo.com/27256955 Uploaded 2.9M Plays 168 Comments
  3. Sheeped Away tells the tale of a farmer who just wants to be with his beloved sheep. When a giant UFO enters his life to claim his sheep, what will he do to keep them safe from harm? And can he do this without waking his monstrous wife?

    The whole point of making “Sheeped Away” was to make a tribute of sorts, to the old American cartoons I grew up with. They were not necessarily made for children but neither were they unwatchable for them. I wanted to make something just like that; something for both adults and kids. And adult kids like me.

    It was a difficult process of 7 long months, but with the help of a lot of awesome talented people, I made it. I can’t thank them enough.

    DELETED SCENES: vimeo.com/29340666

    FACEBOOK: http://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SHEEPEDAWAY
    http://WWW.IMAJUNATION.COM
    http://WWW.SHEEPEDAWAY.COM

    A film by:
    JUNAID CHUNDRIGAR

    Colorboards:
    BEN VINKENBURG

    Voices:
    DENNIS IMPINK
    JUNAID CHUNDRIGAR

    Additional color:
    HILDE BUITER
    JESSY JANE SUHARYANTO
    TAMARA JANKE
    THIJS VIEGERS
    TOM MOURIK

    Special effects & compositing:
    ALBERT ‘T HOOFT

    Original score:
    JORIS HERMY

    Sound design:
    ERIK GRIEKSPOOR

    Special Thanks
    AIMÉE DE JONGH
    DAAN CEELIE
    EGBERT DE RUITER
    JELLE BRUNT
    KASPER WERTHER
    PACO VINK
    PATRICK SCHOENMAKER
    PETER WASSINK
    ROELOF VAN DEN BERGH
    STEVEN VAN DER VEER
    WOUTER TULP

    Dedicated in memory of
    TIM CEELIE

    # vimeo.com/28551506 Uploaded 467K Plays 160 Comments
  4. All dogs chase their own tails. One dog succeeds in catching his tail. This changes his whole life.
    An animated film in 2½D.

    my-happy-end.com/

    AWARDS:
    Annecy 2008 - Jury's special award for Graduation Films
    Animafest 2008, Zagreb Croatia - Best film for children
    KLIK! International Animation Festival 2008, Amsterdam Holland Best student film
    Flip International Animation Festival 2008, Chile Special Mention
    GOLDEN TOOF AWARD for Best Animated Short, Toofy Film Fest, USA
    Golden Knight Film Festival 2008, Moscow, Russia - Best student film
    San Joaquin Film Festival 2008, USA - Best Animated Short Film
    Sprockets Toronto Int.Film Festival For Children 2008, Canada - Honourable Mention
    European Youth Film Festival in Antwerp and Bruges 2008, Belgium - Best Short
    Holland Animation Film Festival 2008, Utrecht - MovieSquad Junior Award
    Formula Mundi 2007, Schwaebisch Hall, Germany - Best Animation 2th
    Barcelona International TV Festival 2007, Spain - «Creative Prize»
    Animago 2007, Karlsruhe, Germany - The Jury Prize
    «2D OR NOT 2D» Int. Animation Festival 2007, Everet USA - «Golden Pencil Award»
    Chicago Int. Children's Festival 2007, USA - Children Jury Prize, 2th Best Short Animated Film
    Tricky Animation Film Festival 2007, Flensburg, Germany - Audience Award
    Animatu Int. Digital Animation Festival 2008, Beja Spain Best 2D Short 2’nd Prize
    Student Film Festival «Beginning» 2007, Sankt Petersburg, Russia - Award «For Kindness and Positivism»
    Cartoon Club 2007, Rimini, Italy - First Prize
    Anima Mundi 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia - Best Debut
    Hamburg Animation Award 2007, Germany - First Prize and the Audience Award
    Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth 2007, Czech Republic - The Hermina Tyrlova Award
    Cartoon on the Bay 2007, Italy - Official Selection Pulcinella Award
    AniFest Trebon 2007, Czech Republic - Special Jury Mention

    # vimeo.com/67554203 Uploaded 178K Plays 85 Comments
  5. Soon every home will have a robot helper.

    Don't worry.

    It's perfectly safe.

    Written, Directed & Edited by Ruairi Robinson

    Starring Max Records from "Where The Wild Things Are".

    Cinematography by Macgregor

    Music by Olafur Arnalds courtesy of Erased Tapes

    Funded by Bord Scannan na hEireann / Irish film Board

    Budget was 45k euro - for the shoot. Visual effects budget was a grand total of zeeero. I designed Blinky, modeled him in 3D and played both the his voice and the body mocap performance. And did most of the VFX. Thankfully all footage of me in the skintight mocap suit has been permanently destroyed.

    Visual effects were completed over a period of 9 months, of hell. There's a reason why you don't see too many wet CG characters in movies even with 100 million dollar budgets. It's really, really hard.

    # vimeo.com/21216091 Uploaded 1.5M Plays 730 Comments

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