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The latest short film from director Gabe Askew. Just wrapped, this wacky film follows the Oregon Trail adventure of 13 year old Leroy, his criminally insane grandmother Gramity, and his father Rufus who happens to be a potato.
The most recent short from creators, Dan & Jason, Bear and Bird is currently traveling the festival circuit. Catch it this Fall at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Meet Colosse, festival darling and the star of Hornet director Yves Geleyn's short Colosse - A Wood Tale.
Now, Colosse isn't ordinary by any means; he just so happens to be a very tall, wood robot puppet who doesn't know his own strength, much less what his strings are up to.
They may not be the brightest monkeys in the universe, but they’re certainly the most entertaining. TELETOON’s original series Rocket Monkeys, created by our very own Dan & Jason, introduces the world to brothers Gus and Wally, two inept monkeys who spend their days wreaking havoc on an intergalactic scale.
Living in a visually rich world of textures and expansive landscapes, Goat & Aaron is a touching personal short from Hornet director Gabe Askew.
A new action adventure comedy for kids from creators Dan & Jason. Squirrel Nut Fighter has been optioned by Breakthrough Entertainment and is currently in development.
Marilyn Myller is a short film by BAFTA Award winning director Mikey Please. After premiering at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and winning the coveted McLaren Award for Best British Animation, the film enjoyed a highly successful festival run.
At this office, it's the screw-ups vs. the higher ups!
Office Buddies follows the misadventures of four misguided office mates who take on the maniacal management of a sinking carpet company. Even the most banal situations transform into comical, awkward, and bizarre moments when co-workers Ted, Emma, Matt and Carl find themselves in each other's company!
The Event is a short film from the mind of Hornet director Julia Pott. Asked by Random Acts of Channel 4 to bring to life Tom Chivers' poem The Event, Pott uses her curiously unique animation style to depict Chivers' world ensued with confusion after an unknown but game changing event disrupts the course of things.
The Event screened at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and SXSW 2013, among others.