1. Animation: Lei Lei
    Music: Li Xingyu
    Year of Production: 2011
    Running Time: 4:38

    One day. I found my naked. Where is my chothes?

    Dialogue list:
    My… My…

    Well, my clothes
    Ah, my pants
    Give them back, give them back
    Oh, my hat
    Hum, could you give me back my hat?

    2011Ottawa International Animation Festival showcase program

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  2. Animation: Lei Lei
    Music: Li Xingyu
    Story: Kweichee Lam
    Running time: 6mins

    This story takes place in a city, in which all of the citizens have very big hands. One child, however, is special. He has tiny hands, and his head full of peculiar thoughts. The boy constantly talks to people about these thoughts, but they dislike his long-windedness and eventually ignore him. He is very lonely. The only he does is talking to the walls.
    (The film is project of “Think+ 2012, Shanghai”)

    Dialogue list:
    Big hands oh big hands,
    Fingers dance like Rolling Pin
    Nice and swift
    Palm feels like Bouncing Bed
    Big hands oh Big hands
    Apples turn into Gummy Bears
    Nice and swift
    This is made by “Big Hands”

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  3. Directed by Jordan Bruner
    Animated by Jordan Bruner, Greg Lytle and Blake Patrick

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  4. Animation Reel for the film Brain Power directed by Tiffany Shlain

    Animation Assistant // Greg Lytle

    Music // Peepshow by Pram

    You can watch the film in its entirety here:

    Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks is a 10-minute film and an accompanying TED Book. Based on new research on how to best nurture children’s brains from Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child and University of Washington’s I-LABS, the film explores the parallels between a child’s brain development and the development of the global brain of Internet, offering insights into the best ways to shape both. The film and TED Book launched at the California Academy of Sciences on November 8, 2012.
    Brain Power is the third film in the Let it Ripple: Mobile Films For Global Change series, a digital short film series created to put the ideas explored in our feature documentary Connected into action. These short films employ a new type of filmmaking we have pioneered, called “Cloud Filmmaking,” where we use the cloud to create films with all of you, and then to provide free, customized versions of the films for organizations around the world.

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