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Reverie

Deep in the harsh and dreary countryside, a boy’s world crumbles around him. Grief, sorrow and rage torment the boy’s heart without mercy. The boy journeys to the limits of his world in a desperate attempt to stop the inescapable beast that stand between him and his flesh and blood.

This haunting little film packs a lot in for me and seems to leave room for a wide spectrum of interpretations. From the talented folks at The Animation Workshop.

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The Great Harlot and the Beast – The Animation Workshop

A dark satire on mans’ baser instincts in amusements, this animation is done with 3d-animated marionettes.

How will the naive freshly carved prince and his co-actors withstand their audience’s insatiable appetite for entertainment?

I’ve become a big fan of the students at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark. They consistently put out some top-notch animation.

The Wanderer – The Animation Workshop

Grandma’s Hero – The Animation Workshop

As Lulu graduates from the Hero Academy, he finally gets the chance to prove himself a hero to the society that has always doubted him. He sets off on an epic journey to slay the legendary and terrifying dragon. But to his great despair, his sweet and over-caring grandma decides to join him, and what should have been an epic journey full of freedom, blood and beautiful ladies becomes a family trip that will test Lulu’s nerves to their very limit.

The Reward – The Animation Workshop

Two townspeople, one free-spirited, the other serious, have amazing adventures while following a treasure map and the treasure they find is much more valuable than anything an X could mark.

This is a bachelor-year project from the brilliant folks at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark.

Leitmotif – The Animation Workshop

Leitmotif is the story of the last lonely member of a jazz band, only living through his music and the daily visits of a white cat. One day the nostalgia takes over — and he has a crazy idea.

By Jeanette Nørgaard, Marie Thorhauge, Marie Jørgensen, and Mette Ilene Holmriis

Via The Animation Workshop

Katrine – The Animation Workshop

The Saga Of Biorn

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