Late Night Work Club Debuts New Anthology, “Strangers” – Animation Scoop

Late Night Work Club Debuts New Anthology, “Strangers”

The Late Night Work Club collective debuts its the second anthology today, the 42-minute compilation “Strangers” – online now (embed below) – which includes new films from Loup Blaster, Jeanette Bonds, Sean Buckelew, Alex Grigg, Kirsten Lepore, Nicolas Ménard & Caleb Wood with interstitial animation by Charles Huettner and original music by Skillbard, David Kamp, SCNTFC & more.

Late Night Work Club is a loose, rotating collective of indie animators – that is, animators who do independent, non-commercial work. It’s an excuse to bring a whole bunch together and make something great, and to also promote the work of the artists involved. Take a look:

Some of the best, most personal, experimental and vital animation going right now is happening on the internet. It’s being made late at night when other people have gone to sleep and on weekends when everyone else is out. It’s being made by students, freelancers, full-timers and folks with unrelated day jobs.

Their first collection of films, Ghost Stories, premiered online on September 3rd, 2013.

“Strangers” marks the second full release from the collective with seven new and diverse films from filmmakers located all over the world. In keeping with the tradition of the first collection, “Strangers” will eschew a more traditional festival style release and instead will be made available to everyone everywhere online starting today, November 28th.

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Jerry Beck

Jerry Beck

Writer, cartoon producer and author of more than 15 books on animation history. A former studio exec with Nickelodeon and Disney; currently on the faculty at both CalArts in Valencia and Woodbury University in Burbank.
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