Saturday, December 15, 2012

Laundry Day

Awesome 4th year film from Sheridan College student Guilllaume Chartier, entitled "Laundry Day".

Great unexpected ending to this.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Animation Interviews - Pinterest

Really awesome collection resource of animation interviews and insights. There's a ton of amazing animation related videos here!

Click the link for awesomeness:

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Hotel Transylvania Animation Reel

Hotel Transylvania was by far the best (and most challenging) project, as well as the most rewarding. After returning back to Sony Imageworks from holidays to work on "Cloudy 2", I was able to obtain the shots I animated on Hotel T.

Above is a drawing that director Genndy Tartakovsky drew in a dailies session to convey his wishes for this particular shot in the pool sequence. I was lucky enough to keep it and have him sign it. He also drew a 'Dexter's Laboratory' drawing in my book. I totally geeked out.

Here's my reel:

Congrats to everyone who worked on it and contributed to its success, and to everyone who went and watched it!

Little Quentin

An amazing short entitled "Little Quentin" directed by Albert 't Hooft & Paco Vink from Anikey Studios

I love the style of this, it's like a mix of Tim Schafer's "Full Throttle" and Sam Kieth's "The Maxx" combined with film noir! Fwah, awesomes.

"Epic" - new trailer

New trailer for Blue Sky's "Epic" has been released, and holy crap it looks awesome.

Really looking forward to seeing this.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Music from Trailers

Trailers are such an important part of the marketing of a movie, and the choice of music that is used in the trailer is equally as important. Best thing about it for me is hearing as little as 20 seconds of the song used in a trailer and thinking "Wow...I must find out who plays that", which leads to finding new bands.

Here's a short list of music that has featured in trailers recently that I have found new music to listen to from.

"Snow Patrol - The Lightning Strike" is featured in Dreamworks "Epic" trailer as well as "Act of Valor"

"Florence + the Machine - Seven Devils" was featured in the season 2 trailer for HBO's "Game of Thrones"

"Imagine Dragons - Radioactive" is featured in the latest trailer for "The Host"

"Nico Vega - Beast" was featured in the latest trailer for "Bioshock Infinite"

QuitSmoking 2d animation

Really cool 2d animations for Quit Smoking awareness.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Dumb Ways to Die

Very cute (and slightly disturbing) animation.

With a catchy song to boot!

Monday, November 12, 2012

Fat Cute Animal Animation

This is the funniest animation I've seen in ages. Three short skits promoting the International Festival of Animated Film in Stuttgart 2013.

The fat crocodile is amazing.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Daniel Fotheringham Podcast

When I was living and working in London, I recorded a bunch of conversations with artists / friends. The concept was to speak to people in the industry of various experience levels and backgrounds, and I had the privilege to even record them in different countries (including Germany, Singapore, England, Wales). Time and life got the better of me and I never released them.

The first one that was recorded was with the very talented Daniel Fotheringham in London, August 2011. We discussed his work flow, the process he uses to animate quadrupeds, and the balance of life and work while living in London.

Running time is: 23:09mins

Dan's website :
Check out Dan's crazy awesome reels here :

Thanks to Bryn for listening and motivating me to get this online!

Let me know if I should work on the others and release them eventually.


Disclaimer - In no way is this a professional recording, apologies for any ambient noises or change in volume.

Animal Animation Shot Breakdown by David Wesch

Another Animation Mentor shot breakdown, this time by David Wesch, also a Sony Imageworks Animator and friend! Love hearing about peoples workflows and the process they went about planning and developing their shot.

Very awesomes.

Check out more of Davids stuff here :

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Character Animation and Facial Expression Tips by Tania Simeons

Here's an Animation Mentor video with Sony animator and friend Tania Simeons, who discusses and breaks down her class 5 animation assignment.

Worth watching!

Check out more of Tania's stuff here :

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Despicable Me 2 trailer

New trailer for Despicable Me 2 was released, with more minion awesomeness. I love how it can make me want to go see it straight away, even without showing the main character of Gru in both trailers so far.

Love it, can't wait for this!

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Charles Santoso - Woodwork Exhibition

If you're in Sydney from the 1st - 13th of November this year, then head over to Kinokuniya Bookstore and check out the super talented artwork of Charles Santoso, who I am privileged to call a friend. Again I'm going to be in another country and miss out on this!

Facebook event page -

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Joe Bowers Interview Frame by Frame

Frame by frame breakdown of scenes animated by Joe Bowers on Disney's "Tangled". Very cool and detailed analysis from Joe Bowers himself, detailing Glen Keane's involvement in making his shots even better, and how he overcame some tough and challenging shots. There's also a section on Joe's work on Disney's "Bolt".

While on John Carter in London, Animation Supervisor Clay Kaytis from Disney stopped by to do his "Tangled" talk, and showed us some examples of Glen Keane's drawings over already really good poses. It was mind explodingly awesome to say the least. To work under Glen Keane's direction would've been amazing.

The Making of Hotel Transylvania

Really cool video detailing some cool techniques used during various stages of the Hotel T Production. Even talks about the "Genndy Blur" in the animation section.

Check it out here:

Go see Hotel T if you haven't seen it already :D

Thursday, September 27, 2012

FX Guide on Hotel Transylvania

FXGuideTV's latest episode has a section on "Hotel Transylvania". Mike Seymour speaks with James Crossley (Animation Director), Dan Kramer (VFX Supervisor) and Lydia Bottegoni (Line Producer & Co-Producer).

Starts around the 21 minute mark.

Hotel Transylvania - The Rigs

Here's a peak at what we were using on "Hotel Transylvania" to scuplt Dracula's cape, and animate Jonathan. They were probably the best rig's I've ever used on a production before.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Hotel Transylvania: Pushing the Boundaries of Animation

Cool 2 min video about how the animators pushed and were pushed to produce some of the most interesting and squash and stretch animation I've ever seen. If only they could show a more in depth behind the scenes.

Hotel Transylvania comes out this weekend in North America!!! Go see it everyone!

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Eclipse - short film

Wow this short film from Gobelins students is amazing. I love the lack of dialogue, it's classic sci fi feel, tone and mood. It reminds me of the old Lucasarts game "The Dig". This has some great cinematography as well. I love the shot at 2:24.

Watch it in HD full screen with the music loud, it's worth it for it's haunting soundtrack, which has an 80's sci fi touch to it. Reminds me of the original "Tron" in parts, with a touch of "Alien".

Really awesome work.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Hotel Transylvania at Siggraph

Sony Pictures Imageworks were at Siggraph 2012 showing off some behind the scenes process for Hotel Transylvania. The first pic shows how far we had to push certain poses using Sony's in house awesome tools. The second pic is how director Genndy Tartakovsky used his graphical awesomeness to make our poses even better.

I was always amazed at how Genndy would effortlessly draw the characters in such uniquely pushed poses, especially the hands. He'd put the hands in positions and angles I would never have thought to put them in.

 Can't wait to see this on the big screen!!!

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Hotel Transylvania in the news

Sony Pictures Imageworks general manager Rick Mischel was on the news recently discussing Hotel Transylvania, which has been accepted at The Toronto International Film Festival, which it will have it's world premiere.

You can see a Frankenstein shot being worked on in the background by one of Hotel T's leads Kevin Webb!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Friday, July 27, 2012

Hotel Transylvania Comic Con Panel

Here's a video of the Hotel T panel at this years Comic Con in San Diego. Director Genndy Tartakovsky and Producer Michelle Murdocca talk about the movie in detail, from story to design to the cast, and the animation style and influence that brought the movie to life.

Can't wait for everyone to see the hard work everyone at Sony put into making this movie amazing!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Dreamworks "Me and My Shadow"

First poster look at forthcoming Dreamworks animated movie "Me and My Shadow" directed by Alessandro Carloni (How to Train your Dragon). The premise sounds cool and the idea of using 3d and 2d animation makes me really intrigued to see how this looks.

Read the premise here:

Monday, July 23, 2012

Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Art of Legend of the Guardians

Animal Logic in Sydney Australia have finally released their long awaited "Art of Legend of the Guardians". Working on Guardians was a great experience that I'll never forget. Can't wait to get a hold of my copy!

Order one now through their website below!:

Animal Logic

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The Lion King CTN expo talk

I love the CTN videos on Vimeo. The celebration of "The Lion King" one is awesome, and a must watch for any Lion King fans. Always great listening to Andreas Deja and Mark Henn talk. Thanks for CTN for posting this!

Copied from the video info, here are the names of the speakers:
Roger Allers Director
Ruben Aquino Supervising Animator
Brenda Chapman Head of Story
Andreas Deja Supervising Animator
Mark Henn Supervising Animator
Andy Gaskill Art Director
Irene Mecchi Writer
Rob Minkoff Director

Friday, July 13, 2012

Comic-Con Hotel Transylvania Article has posted an article about the Hotel Transylvania presentation at this year's Comic Con in San Diego. The article goes into detail about the various sequences that were shown and turns out two of the sequences were one's that I worked on!

Have a read of the article here:

Although there are no clips of the sequences, it details what happens within them. Can't wait to see all of our hard work on the big screen!

Key Lime Pie

A great animation by Trevor Jimenez entitled "Key Lime Pie". I saw it a while ago but felt like sharing it, it's worth watching it again and again. I love it's film noir style. Death's design is awesome!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Spiderman VFX breakdown

Here's a VFX breakdown of the high school fight scene from "The Amazing Spiderman" that was being worked on at Sony Imageworks during when I was on "Hotel Transylvania".

Congratulations to all my friends who worked on it, the VFX and animation are amazing! If I didn't have the chance to see some shots pre-rendered, I would never have thought some of these scenes are fully CG. Amazing work!

Saturday, June 30, 2012

I, pet goat II

Wow I've never seen something like this done in 3d before. Crammed with symbolism, this is amazing!

And feels like a nightmare.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

"Epic" - Blue Sky Trailer

First look at Blue Sky's next animated feature "Epic"!

Looks great! Animation looks amazing as usual! Can't wait to see it.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Disney's Gravity Falls Opening

This looks really cool. Intro to Disney's tv show "Gravity Falls". Not sure what it's about but by this intro vid alone I'm interested to watch!

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Murder - Short film by Yang Tzu Ting

Short film entitled "Murder" Yang Tzu Ting. Dark and disturbing with a very cool Frank Miller "Sin City" style to it.

Interesting concept, reminds me of the movie "The Prestige".

What's your interpretation of the ending?

Kagemono: The Shadow Folk

Short film from Cal Arts artist Sabrina Cotugno entitled "Kagemono: The Shadow Folk"

Wow really amazing work, really enjoyed this!

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Deadlight Trailer

Trailer for upcoming xbox zombie game Deadlight.

Looks awesome, makes me want to buy an xbox!

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Genndy Tartakovsky Annecy Talk

Short interview with director Genndy Tartakovsky at the Annecy Animation Festival where he showed a few sequences from the movie I am currently working on. "Hotel Transylvania"

Friday, June 1, 2012

From Pitch to Picture - Sony Pictures Animation talk

CTN expo 2011 talk about the Creative Process at Sony Pictures Animation with key people in the story development at SPA.

Michael Lachance – Senior Vice President, Creative Development, Sony Pictures Animation
Doug Sweetland – Director
Fergal Reilly – Director
Troy Quane – Director, Story Artist
Marcelo Vignali – Production Designer/Visual Development Artist

They speak briefly and show a tiny bit from "Hotel Transylvania"!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Louis Gonzales interview

Great interview led by Bobby Chiu with story artist Louis Gonzales from the "Schoolism" website. I really like how he describes silhouettes as verbs that he aims to communicate the pose as clear as possible.

check it out here, its well worth the 40 minute listen:

Louis Gonzales - Schoolism

Saturday, May 26, 2012

The Return of the Pink Panther - Richard Williams

Jorge sent this around at work today (on a very sunny and warm Saturday may I add) and it's worth the post. Richard Williams' studio produced these amazing opening credits for the 1975 movie "The Return of the Pink Panther".

Interesting to learn that he was animating at 24fps. So much animation gold in those 4 minutes.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Beauty and the Beast - Glen Keane Line Test

Following on from my previous Andreas Deja post, here is another from "Beauty and the Beast". This time Glen Keane's amazing line test for the transformation scene at the end of the movie.

Thanks to Bryn Richards for passing it on:

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Gaston's chest hairs - Andreas Deja

Andreas Deja shares a story about stylistic chest hair choices for "Beauty and the Beast"'s character of Gaston at a recent talk at the Animation Workshop in Denmark.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Avengers - Animatic Storyboard

Seen The Avengers? It's fun! Here's a storyboard animatic from one of the cool action fight sequences at the end by Jane Wu.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Goon - Trailer

Based on Eric Powell's comic book series, here's a trailer (with extended footage) from "The Goon".

Can't wait to see this, zombies and "adult" violent animation. Fwah!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Pixar Studio Stories - Toy Story 2 vanishes

Here's a short film/animation from Pixar about the time someone ran RM* on the Toy Story 2 main server and started deleting most of the movie.

Don't run RM* on a linux machine

Monday, May 14, 2012

Jay Wilson - Diablo 3 Director

Interesting interview on Gamasutra's website with Blizzard's forthcoming Diablo 3, director Jay Wilson. Who discusses candidly about crunch time, his definition of crunch, and meeting the high level of quality that Blizzard games are known for.

Find the full article here:

Side note - can't wait for Diablo 3 !!!

And if you want to read about the making of Diablo 2 read this insightful and detailed article!

Saturday, May 12, 2012


Funny short animation by Junaid Chundrigar, just in time for the avengers season!

Friday, May 11, 2012

Mark Andrews

With Pixar's "Brave" coming out soon, I thought I'd post this lecture from "Brave"'s director Mark Andrews. Both parts are great, but in part 2 he discusses the importance of clear story decisions and discovering "what the story is and how it needs to be told visually".

Great advice for the storytellers in all of us. Oh and Mark gives you permission to "mess up" :)

Thanks to The Rabbit Room for positing this a while back:

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Gaston - Disney's most unconventional villain

Den of Geek writer Simon Brew, has posted a lengthy and great article about Disney's most unconventional villian, "Gaston" from "Beauty and The Beast".

Read the article here, its awesome!

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Diablo Animated Short

Game Informer dot com have posted an animated short for the upcoming Diablo 3 game. Directed by Peter Chung, who also directed the animated Aeon Flux animated series. Check it out here!

I'm looking forward to playing this! Blizzard cinematics were one of the reasons I wanted to do CG.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012


A Calarts First Year film from Kyler Spears

Worth sharing cause it's awesome!

Monday, April 30, 2012

Saturday, April 28, 2012


Awesome (and slightly disturbing) short animation entitled "SubWars"

Today's lesson? Always give your seat to the elderly (especially if they have lightsabers)

Bottom of the Ninth

This looks amazing. An animated graphic novel for the iPad/iPhone by animator artist Ryan Woodward.

Definitely going to be buying this!

Check out the rest of his website here:

Friday, April 27, 2012

Skhizein - short film

I originally saw this short, a few years back, but it was sent around at work today so I thought I'd share.

Entitled "Skhizein" by Jeremy Clapin

Reverse Key Lighting

Evan Richards website is great for anybody interested in cinematography. His posts cover entire movies in screenshots and are a great source on information. It's amazing to look at.

His post on reverse key lighting is just as informative. If you're into lighting or photography or film, Evan talks about how versatile this technique can be, even in CG.

Check out the rest of his post and awesome website here:

Thursday, April 26, 2012

McGurk Effect

Interesting video about visual speech information, and the illusion of the "McGurk Effect" and that what we see over rides what we hear.

It'll have you hearing "BAH...BAH...BAH" for the rest of the day

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Tron: Uprising

Really looking forward to this. Been a huge fan of the original Tron since a little kid and loved Tron Legacy (music and all).

Thanks to Spungella for posting it.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Chop Chop

"Chop Chop" by Bird Box Studios. Really awesomely animated short.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Key Frame Animation 1971

How key frame animation was done back in the 70s.

Animation has come far!

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

How Musician's Communicate Emotion

Interesting article and video about how emotion is communicated through music and how people find the most expressive versions to be the music that has variations in timing, and loudness and softness.

It can relate to animation as well, as sometimes the most interesting animations to watch have the same type of variations.

Thanks to "Spying for Lying" for posting this:

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Tangled Ever After

Amazing short from Disney Animation entitled "Tangled Ever After".

Not much to say other then it's ridiculously awesomely animated.


Friday, April 6, 2012

Dexter's Lab - The Big Cheese

Genndy Tartakovsky's Dexter's Lab was great, and as we're working on his feature, classic episodes like this one from 1996 are shared around the office. I love it's visual style, like the tires on the car, or the sister's bent backwards pose at 2:47.

Omelette du Fromage!


Friday, March 30, 2012

Jason Schleifer talk

TEDx Youth talk with Head of Animation on PDIIDreamworks' new film "Peabody and Sherman" Jason Schleifer. He talks about the importance of individual moments in the character's story arc.

Great talk! Check out his website here:

Thursday, March 29, 2012

"My Family and the Wolf"

A great teaser for animated film "My Family and the Wolf" from Headless Productions. I love their visual style and hope they keep doing more films!

Friday, March 23, 2012

The Sweatbox

An interesting insight into the making of the Disney movie "Kingdom of the Sun" which ended up becoming "Emperor's New Groove". Definitely shows a realistic view of what goes on behind the scenes, and the emotional attachment of the artists involved.

Watch it before it gets taken down!

Now on Vimeo:

Monday, March 19, 2012


I was introduced to Balto (directed by Simon Wells) by Nouche only in the last 5 years, even though it was released back in 1995. Greatly underrated movie, with some amazingly animated scenes.

Ron Doucet over at Flooby Nooby (love the name) posted an amazing collection of model sheets, line tests, story boards, you name it. It's a huge post that I can spend hours staring at.

Check out the extensive post here:

It's awesome!

Friday, March 16, 2012

Shekhar Kapur TED talk

Great TED talk from director Shekhar Kapur ("Elizabeth" and it's sequel "The Golden Age") where he talks about "getting rid of your mind" in creative situations.

For more great director TED talks, including James Cameron and JJ Abrams, check out Empire Magazine's Best Film makers list:

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Bringing "The Pirates!" Characters to Life

Here's a behind the scenes look at the upcoming stop-motion feature "The Pirates!" from Aardman and Sony.

Looks like a lot of fun!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Legend of Korra

"Avatar: The Last Airbender" was arguably the best animated TV series I've ever seen. Come this April, the new series based on the next Avatar "Korra" is coming to TV and I'm super excited to see it!

Check out the two preview videos in the link below!

Thanks to OnAnimation for posting it!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Monday, March 12, 2012

Hotel Transylvania Tumblr

Sony have released a Tumblr Page promoting their up and coming feature animation "Hotel Transylvania" that I am currently working on at SPI Vancouver. There's not much there at the moment, but I'll be putting up any updates I see to promote it :D

Click the pic or go here:

Friday, March 9, 2012

Frequently Used Trailer Cues

After the crazy huge success of "Inception" and it's "brrrrrr....brrrrrrr!!!" trailer soundtrack (entitled Mind Heist by Zack Hemsey), everytime someone at work loads up a trailer for the "up and coming blockbuster hollywood movie", it's usually edited to similar "brrrrr.........brrrrrrrr!!!" thematic cues. And someone usually mentions "oh they're using the BRRR BRRR Inception song!"

Trailers in the past went through phases of popular cues as well. For instance, Clint Mansell's "Requiem for a Dream" theme and James Horners "Bishop's Countdown" from "Aliens".

So after some quick googling, I came across many links about "frequently used trailer cues" like this one >

Here are a few of my favourite scores that have ended up on trailers, or just amazing pieces of music compositions:

James Horner's "Bishop's Countdown" from "Aliens"

Clint Mansell's "Death is the Road to Awe" from "The Fountain"

John Murphy's "Kaneda's Death (Part 2)" from "Sunshine"

Mark Mancina's "Speed" theme

And check out this link to see all of the used soundtrack cues for trailers >

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Andreas Deja's "The Lion King" Scar animation

Who doesn't love "The Lion King"? The peak of 2d Disney's movies in my opinion, not to mention the amount of amazingly talented well known animators that worked on it. Andreas Deja, who was supervising Animator for the character "Scar", is one of many.

Check out his blog here:

Thanks again to Jamaal Bradley for posting this on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great story

Interesting and informative talk about Story telling from the director of "Wall-E", "Finding Nemo" and "John Carter".

Monday, March 5, 2012

Ice Age 4 - Continental Drift Trailer

I love all the Ice Age movies. In my opinion, one of the few animation sequels that get progressively better and more fun. Can't wait to see this!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Mass Effect 3

Don't know about you, but I'm extremely excited for this. Big fan of the series. Only wish it was made into a tv show along the lines and style of the re imaged "Battlestar Galactica" series.

Fwah! EPIC

Friday, March 2, 2012

ParaNorman Trailer

I love stop-motion animation, and I love monster/ghost movies for kids (yay zombies!). "ParaNorman" directed by Chris Butler & Sam Fell, ticks all those boxes. I'm all for animations having more of darker undertones and looks to them and still being fun. It makes me nostalgic for the movies from the 80's and early 90's.

Looking forward to this one!

Some behind the scenes stills:

More behind the scenes pictures here :

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Dedicated to Parents of Two Kids

Awesomely animated 2D short entitled "Dedicated to Parents of Two Kids". I love the comedic timing of it all. Like when the dad sits down on the see-saw and the girl hangs in the air for several frames before tumbling down. With so much going on in parts, it warrants multiple viewings.


Saturday, February 11, 2012

James Baxter - Spirit line tests

James Baxter is awesome. Here's one of many reasons why. Two line tests from the movie "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron". If you haven't seen this movie (or think it's a pony movie for 10 year old girls - which unfortunately was how it was marketed) go out and rent it, or better yet buy it and study it for horse reference. It's one of the best animated movies in my opinion.

Thanks to Jamaal Bradley for posting this on Vimeo

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Sydney to Vancouver

Flying out to Vancouver tomorrow to work at Sony Pictures Imageworks on Genndy Tartakovsky's "Hotel Transylvania". I'm super excited and looking forward to being a giant sponge around all the amazingly talented animators that are there.

Farewell Sydney, be back soon!

Friday, February 3, 2012

Harry Potter VFX nominations

Nouche had the awesome experience of working on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" during her time at Double Negative, in London. As part of the dragon team, she got to animate the Gringott's dragon during the first action sequence.

And both the Dragon and the battle sequence that were done at DNEG are nominated for some major awards!

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture category for the VES awards

Special Visual Effects category for the BAFTAS - WINNER

Visual Effects Category for the Oscars

Congrats to the entire team who worked on it!

The Hunger Games Trailer

New trailer for The Hunger Games, directed by Gary Ross. Set for release this year!


Short, intense but awesome experience. Nouche and I went over to Adelaide for less then 2 weeks to work on "The Hunger Games" at Rising Sun Pictures. Everyone was amazingly talented and humble and I hope to work with them all again one day.

Adelaide street photo by Nouche. Next stop Vancouver!

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Summer Wars

If you haven't seen this great anime movie from 2009, directed by Mamoru Hosoda (who also directed The Girl who leapt through time), check it out! A unique crazy story, amazing animation, character design and heaps of fun. It was better then 99% of the movies I watched last year.

Saturday, January 7, 2012


So long 2011, welcome 2012! Saw a lot of movies and listened to a lot of music, and here are the ones I enjoyed the most that were released last year.

Top Movie of 2011
Another Earth

Top Animation movie of 2011

Top Album of 2011
Darren Hayes "Secret Codes and Battleships" 

What were yours?