Sundance 2015: Rabbit

A narrative fiction film exploring a correctional facility's pet partnership program

Of the thousands of applicants at the annual Sundance Film Festival short film competition, only 60 make it into the festival. And, while this year has already provided many standouts, “Rabbit” truly stunned by way of message and execution. The beautiful 16-minute film by French filmmaker Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre follows the relationship of a female prisoner in a maximum security prison and a rabbit she …

Mac Premo’s 2014 Year in Review

A clever, comedic short highlighting milestones and madness month by month

For a year riddled with milestones, tragedies and epic world events, many of the most important moments will fade from memory and get muddled with time. Thankfully, Brooklyn-based artist and “stuff-maker” Mac Premo co-wrote, directed, shot and edited a clever year in review video that tackles most things major, one month at a time. Thoughtful, spot on and at times laugh out loud funny, it’s …

Yule Log 2.014

Animation director and illustrator Daniel Savage again rethinks the seasonal icon, alongside some 80 other artists

Just in time for the holidays, New York-based animation director and illustrator Daniel Savage is once again rethinking the iconic yule log through a series of digital shorts. Exactly one year ago Savage launched Yule Log 2.0, showcasing the work of 66 artists of varying disciplines. This year, for Yule Log 2.014, Savage welcomed back digital agency Wondersauce as a partner and signed on Oddfellows …