Tag: animation

How to Recount Your Dreams | a short film | Haiku Review

How to Recount Your Dreams | a short film | Haiku Review

HEART TALES by j.kiley Dreams are chaos Deeper tales unfold in heart Sleep reveals story Feelings hold stronger Not so strange story telling Narrating substance © j.kiley ’17 Haiku Couplet Best Viewing Experience Open Video Full Screen How to Recount Your Dreams | Lazy Chief We often wake up from a dream with a powerful […]

Haiku Review | In a Heartbeat | a short film

Haiku Review | In a Heartbeat | a short film

LGBTQ have always felt threatened but it felt like it was getting better. Unfortunately . we are starting to feel the threats again from those who should protect our Freedoms . Civil Rights . and Equality. The White House is blatantly encouraging Hate . Racism . Violence. The Violence is condoned by The White House […]

Film View: Les Liens de Sang [Blood Ties]

Film View: Les Liens de Sang [Blood Ties]

Fantasy. Fairy Tale. Animation. Nothing one has seen and so lovely and mysterious. A symbol of the nightmarish tale. In the sacrifice of Evil. It starts as a young woman’s birthday party unfolds. “In a family headed by a tyrannical father, the younger daughter will regain her freedom on her birthday …” Who I thought […]

By November 30, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Film View: Sumer

Film View: Sumer

Sumer is an Award Winning 3D Animated Short A young teenage boy, Hermes, hears the voice of his mom, encouraging him to investigate why it is not okay to go beyond the barriers. He is even more enticed when he discovers a single blue feather fluttering about in the wind. He does follow it as […]

Film View: Tombes & Manèges (2015)

Film View: Tombes & Manèges (2015)

It’s Tim Burton meets French animation in a graveyard setting. The gravedigger is a burly man and his companion is his young son with dark circles surrounding his eyes. Off in the distance a spectacular display excites the young lad. He wants to experience something as delightful. The gravedigger seeing the down turned mouth and […]

By September 28, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Film Review: “Marilyn Myller” A Short Film

Film Review: “Marilyn Myller” A Short Film

Animation Marilyn Maketh and she taketh awayeth. Now to watch the film. As I do that I will see animation and the explosion of the Universe into creation. What happens after that has been a debate since humans could think and reason with reasonable and irrational thoughts. No judgments as to what is who and […]

“Dark Noir” — A Short Film

“Dark Noir” — A Short Film

“Dark Noir” is an animated short film. Fictional. A dark story about a thief. One who steals priceless possessions of the intangible kind. Technically, not completely intangible. A detective of mysterious qualities takes on the case of an artist who claims someone has stolen something of his that was priceless beyond money. You need to […]

Movie Review: Frankenweenie

Movie Review: Frankenweenie

[media-credit name=”Courtesy of Creative Commons” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit]Question: Have you noticed the past few Tim Burton films are missing that quintessential essence we have grown to love over the last few decades? I can’t quite put my finger as to why or what’s gone awry, but I really haven’t enjoyed his last few films until Frankenweenie! Yep, […]

By October 26, 2012 4 Comments Read More →
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