850 METERS is an animated comedy short produced by THURISTAR in coproduction with Lunanime, currently screening in festivals. The short has also aired on CANAL+ in France and will soon be shown on Ketnet and Ouftivi in Belgium.
Moral of story: Don’t be over smart.
Dedicated to all my mates who are away from home trying to become something on their own
Roles are reversed when a controlling mom is trapped in her son’s video game. Helpless, she now has to listen to him if she hopes to escape this unfamiliar world.
The ChubbChubbs! is a 2002 American computer-animated comedy short film by Sony Pictures Imageworks. It was directed by Eric Armstrong, produced by Jacquie Barnbrook, and written by Jeff Wolverton.
A lost soul stumbles drunken through the city. In a park, Death finds him and shows him many things.
Dancer and graphic designer Canion Shijirbat amazes the judges and audience of Mongolia’s Got Talent with his incredible performance. If you like this video, Please Share It
High speed video recording was until recently only available in outrageously expensive professional video cameras. The LG Viewty everyone can now enjoy a fascinating Discovery Channel scenes or themselves delusions the new Steven Spielberg with exciting action shots. With 120 frames per second every move will be entered into in detail. Recordings of a balloon
A guy meets a blind date in a restaurant and experiences the epic struggle between the logical and inhibited left side and the emotional, impulsive right side.
Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, GOIH, known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Portugal national team. He is a forward and serves as captain for Portugal.
Glen Keane is a legend in the animation world — notably his time at the Walt Disney Animation Studios where he worked as a key creative on some of your favorite animated feature films including The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan, and Tangled. Keane revealed a personal short film he created titled
Prepare Your Tissues: The Animated Story of Kitbull Pixar’s Kitbull is a beautiful, tear-evoking and beautifully animated story of an unlikely friendship between two animals – a stray kitty and an abused pit bull. It has gotten praise around the world for its touching themes and its gorgeous animation style. Watch it, you won’t regret
Say no to strangers! #MustWatch This is the weirdest video I’ve ever seen!!! People don’t addicted to drugs because of strangers.
One of the wonders of the incredibly complex human bodies is our natural defense system. I say the word natural, but it is actually a very smart and strategic system, enabling white blood cells to chemically identify, trace, seek and destroy those bacteria that are harmful to us, while allowing the many beneficial kinds to
There are only so much weight-lifting repetitions your arms can take before they start aching and can barely move at all, but why is that? Conventional wisdom says it’s because you’ve run out of energy, but it’s not quite as simple as that. Nor is lactic acid to blame, really. This short video explains exactly
This remarkable video, shot with high tech cameras, shows us images that cover, in beautiful detail, the development of the embryo into a baby up until birth. This is the most detailed exploration in photos and a great reminder of the miracle that is pregnancy and birth.
The part of the ship that is usually submerged underwater is commonly painted a different color than the rest of the ship, with a bright red hue being one of the most popular choices. This is not simply an aesthetic choice, but rather an intentional coating called an antifouling system that protects the ship from
Nearly every work of science fiction that’s deals with robots and artificial intelligence has asked the question: When are machine and human indistinguishable, and when should we start treating thinking computers as living, intelligent beings asking to be humans? However, we who live in the present must ask: Are such concerns even relevant? And why
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In China, people have been brewing and drinking tea for at least four thousand years, and probably longer than that. But while tea was invented in China, it has spread far and wide, easily becoming among the world’s most popular drinks. Curiously enough, in most places, the word for tea is derived from Chinese, either
Early roller coasters were more than a thrill, they caused severe injuries and there are even known cases of people being thrown out of the ride in motion. Today’s roller coasters are nothing like those early dangerous rides, but they can still make you feel dizzy, anxious or even sick to your stomach, and the
Underwater fashion fine art photography of Lucie Drlikova from Miami, Prague.
“When you don’t know where your next meal is coming from, it’s all-consuming. You can’t focus on anything else.” Moved by the round-the-block lines he witnessed while working at a food shelter for a school community service project, 16 year-old Kiran Sridhar founded the “shared economy” platform Waste No Food which connects leftovers from dozens