March 31, 2021

March 30, 2021

Adult Swim - Ident

March 29, 2021

March 26, 2021

The Spine Of Night

In this ultra-violent, fantasy epic, ancient dark magic falls into sinister hands and unleashes ages of suffering onto mankind. A group of heroes from different eras and cultures must band together in order to defeat it at all costs. WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Philip Gelatt, Morgan Galen King

March 25, 2021

Celui qui ne voyait pas les étoiles

"The one who did not see the stars", a beautiful animated spot for te Novartis campaign about hereditary retinal dystrophies. Directed by Jack Antoine Charlot & John Jones (Passion Paris).

March 21, 2021


A short film by Lili des Bellons & Ezequiel Torres (Rudo Studio, Argentina). You can take part to the project by animating / dubbing / submitting the final scene here:

March 02, 2021

Double Plus Animation Studios

 - Welcome to Brawlhalla Credits - 

 Director: Alexander Snow 
Line Producer: Avi Lasser 
Producer: Joel Foster 
Production Manager: Yino Huan 
Head of Animation: Maxime Delalande 
Animators: Alexander Savchenko, Antoine Tran, Jeremie Becquer, Xavier Ramonede, Mourad Elias-Seddiki, Ricard Ubach 
Color / Shadow: Christa Jarrold, Wayne Maslin FX: Nicola Finizzio, Husain Untoro, Chris Graf Compositing: Jeremy Carlen 

March 01, 2021

"Maman Pleut Des Cordes" (Mum is pouring rain) animated TV special by Hugo de Faucompret (Laïdak Films)

15th Anniversary

Well, here it is - 15 years since I started the Flooby Nooby blog.

At first it was meant to be a daily "sketch blog", but that didn't last very long. Then it turned into a "here's some funny stuff I found on the internet" blog. But then it gradually evolved into this - a showcase of animated shorts; films, music videos, intros, demos, spots, commercials, and interstitials of all kinds.

As time went on, it came to a point where I didn't need to search for new animated content to display. For years now,  I've been inundated with dozens of shorts every month, generously sent to me by all of you - through email, skype, text message, facebook and twitter, and linkedin. I have all of you to thank for the endless amount of links to amazing content.

I've been touched by the hundreds of emails I've gotten over the years as well. My breakdown of The Cinematography of The Incredibles has surpassed 500,000 views, and I'm glad at how it seems to have helped educate many animation students and professional story artists.

Thank you all for the kind words and support.

Here's to another 15 years.