FILMS

SASH ANDRANIKIAN
Jam Poster English
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ALL THAT JAM

Discouraged after series of unsuccessful relationships, Paulina meets an unlikely match in a visiting foreign movie star and discovers that the recipe of her grandma’s jam might be a key to her happiness.

OCTOBER HAZE

A young widow arrives at a deserted downtown parking garage to collect her deceased husband's car, only to find herself reliving his tragic death and discovering the depth of her compassion and humanity.

Slick Rick

BEHIND BARS

Since I haven't built a Music Video section on my site I have decided to include this popular animated video I did for Slick Rick years ago in to this page. Our company was approached with an idea to create an animated music video because at the time Slick Rick wasn't available for obvious reasons. I loved the song and developed this concept for the music Label in a form of a storyboard. At that time it was still conventional 2D animation, drawn on a paper. To achieve "darkness" effect we've developed a special technique - every frame was drawn and rendered on a velum, with black paper masking the background and it was shot backlit on 35mm film.

Jam Poster English

ALL THAT JAM

Discouraged after series of unsuccessful relationships Paulina meets an unlikely match in a visiting foreign movie star and discovers that the recipe of her grandma’s jam might be a key to her happiness.

Poster_Vertical_small

OCTOBER HAZE

A young widow arrives at a deserted downtown parking garage to collect her deceased husband's car, only to find herself reliving his tragic death and discovering the depth of her compassion and humanity.

Slick Rick

BEHIND BARS

Since I haven't built a Music Video section on my site I have decided to include this popular animated video I did for Slick Rick years ago in to this page. Our company was approached with an idea to create an animated music video because at the time Slick Rick wasn't available (for obvious reasons). I loved the song and developed this concept for the record label in a form of a storyboard. At that time it was still a conventional 2D animation, drawn on a paper. To achieve "darkness" effect we've developed a special technique - every frame was drawn and rendered on a velum, with black paper masking the background and it was shot backlit on 35mm film.