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Friday Night Flicks: Marilyn Myllar

I posted this stop-motion animation from Parabella previously in 2014 after I visited Toronto for the opening of my solo exhibition Elemental at Typology, a no-longer-extant gallery. I had looked at a lot of ‘art’ in both public and commercial … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Winter Tale (stop-motion animation)

I posted this flick once before, when Christmas fell on a Friday in 2015. I think it is worth re-posting this Christmas Day. In case you have a spare three minutes this Christmas evening, here’s a seasonally appropriate stop-motion video … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: I am Square

Regular readers of my Sunday posts will know that my upcoming/postponed-until-January 2021 exhibition Square Dance uses the square as the basic design unit in all the works, so this video seems especially appropriate for a Friday Night Flick.     … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Phenomena Exotica

A little bit of light entertainment this Friday, with a short animation from filmmaker Jossie Malis.     In case you experience an episode of synchronicity this weekend, remember that you should never underestimate the power of coincidence.

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Friday Night Flicks: Creature Comforts

Tim Allen is one of the great stop-motion animators working today. If you have watched a stop motion animated film in the last decade, Allen probably worked on it. Today’s flick is from a series I am particularly fond of: … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: La Valse Botanique

Last in this series on papercut artists, tonight’s flick is a papercut stop-motion animation by Studio Apvis. The video even has a romantic ending appropriate for the date.     Perhaps you will share La Valse Botanique with your Valentine … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Joy of Books, Again

I’m taking it a bit easy for a few days after all the Advent posts, so today’s wonderful stop-motion flick is a re-post from August of 2015. If you saw it then, I hope you enjoy it this time around … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Table Dance

Today’s short video features stop-motion animation and dancing doilies. It is the work of Saskatchewan artist Lindsay Arnold.     You might want to spend part of your weekend checking out her other videos, or looking at some of her … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Meco Jr. and Luxo Jr.

I mentioned in the comments on last week’s flick that I am a sucker for inanimate objects brought to life. Animators sometimes do this exceptionally well. Possibly the most famous CGI short film ever made —and the first to be … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: My Paper Mind

This will be the last paper cutting video for a while. (No, really!) My Paper Mind is an extremely short stop motion animation by Javan Ivey. It’s a sort of animated tunnel book or 3D flip book.     Ivey … Continue reading

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