Fallen Art

The Best Short Films

Why Watch? It’s absolutely, stunningly, brain-meltingly brilliant. The animation is strange and beautiful, the concept is strange and unnerving, and the underlying subtext is a dangerous one. CGI figures in an unnamed army use stop-motion and death to create a movie projection ballet. Weirdness and creative genius abound here in one of the best shorts ever featured on The Animation Show. What Will It Cost? Just six minutes of your time. Does it get better any better than that? Check out Fallen Art for yourself:

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