Second to None
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Rafael 3Tue, Oct 10 9:30 PM
“Here are we, one magical moment. Such is the stuff from where dreams are woven.” Join a twisted group of stop-motion, 2D, and multimedia animation spinning yarns of devious angst, alien and monster cosmos, and many appendages. In José Luis González and Dano Johnson’s The History of Magic: Ensueño (US 2016, 6 min), a young girl cycles through multiple fantastical deaths to a timely tune. Two films by masterful stop-motion director Brett Foxwell exemplify meticulous craft through detailed log shaving in WoodSwimmer (US 2017, 3 min) and his gorgeous machinery and armature creatures in Fabricated (US 2017, 3 min). Matt Reynolds’ Hot Dog Hands (US 2017, 6 min) is a hilarious and disturbing tube-steak journey into another dimension, followed by Stéphanie Cadoret’s My Man (Octopus) (France 2016, 9 min), where a woman is pulled into the depths by her needy mollusk mate. Quadrant Part 2 (US 2017, 2 min), by David Lauer and Woodrow White, is the second
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Rafael 3Fri, Oct 13 9:00 PM
“Here are we, one magical moment. Such is the stuff from where dreams are woven.” Join a twisted group of stop-motion, 2D, and multimedia animation spinning yarns of devious angst, alien and monster cosmos, and many appendages. In José Luis González and Dano Johnson’s The History of Magic: Ensueño (US 2016, 6 min), a young girl cycles through multiple fantastical deaths to a timely tune. Two films by masterful stop-motion director Brett Foxwell exemplify meticulous craft through detailed log shaving in WoodSwimmer (US 2017, 3 min) and his gorgeous machinery and armature creatures in Fabricated (US 2017, 3 min). Matt Reynolds’ Hot Dog Hands (US 2017, 6 min) is a hilarious and disturbing tube-steak journey into another dimension, followed by Stéphanie Cadoret’s My Man (Octopus) (France 2016, 9 min), where a woman is pulled into the depths by her needy mollusk mate. Quadrant Part 2 (US 2017, 2 min), by David Lauer and Woodrow White, is the second
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Film Info
Year:2016
Running Time:7 min.
Description
It’s time to perish while in the company of an aging, bloody-stumped rival in Vincent Gallagher’s Second to None
Additional Information

Vincent Gallagher is a storyteller, no matter what the medium. Always a believer in exploring the best ways to tell a story, he has earned a reputation for diving head first into new challenges with a strong visual eye for detail. His previous film Love Is a Sting was long listed for the 2017 Academy Awards® in the Best Short (Live Action) category, nominated for the prestigious Irish Academy Awards, an won many awards including Best Foreign Film at LA Shorts Fest. Second to None? is Gallagher’s first fully animated short film and his first venture into stop frame animation. It received the IFTA for Best Animation in 2017.