We’re huge fans of short films here at ForeverGeek. When Paperman was released, we even asked everyone to “drop everything” and watch the short immediately. Some of my favorite Disney short films include Geri’s Game, Jack-Jack Attack, The Blue Umbrella, and For the Birds. In my opinion, Partly Cloudy is the best of them all. […]
Introducing a new, weekly ForeverGeek feature: the best in short films! In our first batch, we’ve got five feature-quality shorts that span the likes of eye-popping scifi and awesome animation.
Paperman is an astounding innovation in animation, melding the charms of hand-drawn animation with computer animation, creating the kind of mesmerizing love story Walt Disney would have loved.
The dynamically geeky duo known as Corridor Digital have unleashed their latest video upon the world, and it is the definition of awesome. It’s called “Art of the Instakill,” and it features eight lethal showdowns, quick-cut style, between many of your favorite video game protagonists.
Director Jeremy Haccoun always dreamed of filming a great action/adventure film, in the spirit of classics like Indiana Jones or The Goonies. So he’s taken to Kickstarter to get help funding his action-packed short film, Beyond.
You may get a Terminator vibe from Ruin, a new short film from indie animation studio Oddball Animation. But don’t worry — this is anything but a rip-off. It’s one of the coolest animated films I’ve ever seen.
Independent filmmaker Polaris Banks transformed and filmed his brother Hilarion Banks as Casey Jones, the off-kilter, sports gear-loving vigilante from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, resulting in this hard-edged, professional quality short film.
Stop motion animation is a rare thing these days. In the age of computer animation, it takes a special kind of animator to endure the incredible patience and painstaking skill required to animate real-world objects, one frame at a time. Yet for those remaining devotees, the production values have continued to advance with the times. […]