Why Watch? Because this is painstaking, stop motion genius.

Some of the best shorts we’ve featured have been stop motion animation. Why? Because the art form (when done right) is captivating and playful. Perfect for the medium.

This particular gem from Tomas Mankovsky is a shining example of those two traits.

It was made with a camera aimed straight down at the floor, and the result is young man hurrying to get to an important appointment. Lighthearted meets blood, sweat and effort here. It’s nothing short of amazing. Plus, you can check out a ton of behind-the-scenes information on how it was made.

What does it cost? Just 3 minutes of your time.

Check out Sorry I’m Late for yourself:


Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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