In the iconic StoryCorps love story, Danny and Annie Perasa remember their 27-year romance and brave the finality of loss.
Animation and cartoons are commonly associated with fantasy, but one of the great things about working with StoryCorps has been the opportunity to work with real people and real stories. A whole other fascinating story exists outside of the cartoon— the story of the subjects’ lives themselves. Sarah Littman, the mother featured in “Q&A”, has [...]
Just in time for Mother’s Day, “Q&A” is now available to watch online! After screening in more than 30 film festivals over the past year, it is a thrill to be able to share it on the web. “Q&A” is being released online by StoryCorps, for whom we are currently producing several new shorts that [...]
This is the main character from the work-in-progress we showed in our last post. As you can see, he’s quite an expressive guy. Our new short film follows him as he delivers a monologue about machines causing a decline of communication between people. Watch here for more details as things develop!
In honor of Veterans Day, we’ve posted “Germans in the Woods” online. In this animated documentary, 86-year-old World War II veteran Joseph Robertson remembers a German soldier he killed at the Battle of the Bulge. Produced in collaboration with national oral history project StoryCorps.
Original artwork from the film is available at our brand new online [...]
When we received word that “Q&A” had been accepted to the Austin Film Festival, the invitation came with a request attached. “Would you be willing to have your film programmed in the documentary category instead of the animation category?,” asked the festival representative who contacted us. I hesitated momentarily. That would take us out of [...]
In February 2006, 12-year-old Joshua Littman, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, interviewed his mother Sarah at StoryCorps. Their one-of-a-kind conversation covered everything from cockroaches to Sarah’s feeling about Joshua as a son. Plays in Heart Strings.
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In February 2006, 12-year-old Joshua Littman, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, interviewed his mother Sarah at StoryCorps. Their one-of-a-kind conversation covered everything from cockroaches to Sarah’s feeling about Joshua as a son. Plays in Animations Package 2.