Animation Demo Reel from Juliet Schneider on Vimeo. This is a compilation of some of my past work, both solo and collaborative.
A series of four collaborative animations by Iridium Productions, Empire S.N.A.F.U. Restoration Project, and Setravision. The series premiered at the 13th Annual Boston Underground Film Festival. Previously, the animations were shown as part of the Empire S.N.A.F.U. Restoration Project installation at the Mobius ArtRages Benefit, and the 2010 Reelfest, at The Somerville Theatre. This is a re-creation… Continue reading Misadventures of a Symbiote
All the Bulbous Accidents from Juliet Schneider on Vimeo. title graphics Featuring the track “Unentranscended“, by Turkish Queen. Based on the poem: All The Bulbous Accidents, by Sarah Pearlstein, 2004 Ingrid cuts onions like they’re from Saturn. They turn into miniature rings, the core bitter Broit mit pitter*, no, she eats onion bits She likes… Continue reading All The Bulbous Accidents
Ova from Juliet Schneider on Vimeo. director: Juliet Schneider music: Charles Segal title drawing: David Rosen storyboard consultants: Garabed Setrakian, David Rosen animation assistants: Chyle Crossley, Dorian Rose, David Rodal, David Rosen, Garabed Setrakian, Terra Friedrichs co-editor: Garabed Setrakian The story for Ova comes from a childhood experience of mine, attempting to incubate a wild… Continue reading Ova
Exfoliation, 2004 Exfoliation (2004) from Juliet Schneider on Vimeo. A 2004 remake of a test piece I created in a one-day workshop led by animator Bill Plympton, at the 2001 Woods Hole Film Festival. The newer version has more detailed drawings and is longer than the original test piece.
This is an animated .gif file, which was on the original landing page for the Iridium Productions website until 2006.
Too Lewd, 1998 Too Lewd is a simple motion test for the doll used in the Ova animation.
And So On, 1997 An experiment in combining more than one type of motion. The first motion is that of the two dolls rolling the globe back and forth. The second motion is the building repetition of the image frame.
Embrace, 1996 This animation was made by capturing short video segments instead of stills. It combines live-action movement of wind with stop-motion.
Neoscientific Dancer II, 1996 This is one of two animations made with the Red Set. It was made by capturing short video sequences instead of stills. It’s another simplistic attempt at combining character movement and background motion.