Short films created by DigiPen students have won various animation awards and have been selected to appear at a range of film festivals around the world.
For more information about our students' work, including games, animations, and other projects, visit www.digipen.edu/gallery.
A young girl in the Bronx finds escape from an unhappy family life through her graffiti art in this animation from DigiPen's Redmond campus.
Adija was created by Apollonia Thomaier, Tai Gordon, Chonlawat Thammawan, Joe Vick, Austin Becker, Garrett Cavanaugh, Evan Alderete, Grey Davenport, Morgan Rowe, and Evan Pitkin.
Core was created at DigiPen Institute of Technology Europe-Bilbao by Pablo Perez Estevez with music by Jorge Fernandez.
A passionate inventor hopes to recapture the days of his youth in this bittersweet animation created at DigiPen's Bilbao campus. MO was made by Danel Iriarte.
An agent on a mission must make an urgent delivery in this short animation created at DigiPen's Bilbao campus. Deadly Delivery was made by Xabier España with music by Jorge Fernandez.
A young girl comes to terms with the loss of a beloved pet in this short animation created at DigiPen's Redmond campus. Star was made by Brynna White, Erin Doherty, Russty Scott, Kathleen Hayes, and Diego Espinoza.
At a futuristic medical facility, a young woman must make a difficult choice about her future. REA was created at DigiPen's Bilbao campus by Adriana Urigüen, with music by Jorge Fernandez.
Olive the werewolf and Trevor the vampire deal with the quirks of being on a first date in this animated short created at DigiPen's Redmond campus. Steak to the Heart was created by Kelsey Canaga, Emily Baldado, Nemo Nemiroff, Jessica Alves, and Shauny Sion Jang.
Meet Ted, an ordinary human who is about to experience some unusual changes. This animation was created as a thesis project by a group of four students from the MFA in Digital Arts program, then later expanded with the help of four undergraduate students from the BFA in Digital Art and Animation program.
Orientation Center for the Unseen was created by Francisco Guerrero, Zahra Amirabadi, Tai Gordon, Tara Jaiyeola, Xiaoran "Danny" Li, Amanda "Nemo" Nemiroff, Scottland Reed, Zachary Mitchell, and Spencer Mauro.
A plucky fish busker and his jellyfish companion outwit a terrifying shark bully in this senior animation project from 2014.
Bait & Switch was created by Jakob Zoepfl, Seongjun Yun, Derek Schuetz, Ian Hampton, Jakob Zoepfl, Siew Yi Liang, Cole Harrington, Kevin Kaufman, Evan Alderete, and Grey Davenport.
This zany film about two quarreling felines was the senior project from students at the Singapore campus. Read our interview with one of the film's creators here.
Cat Fight was created by BFA students Yee Kar Kin, Lim Wei Ning, Nur Hafizah, Siti Norhana, and Eric Lim.
Without words or dialogue, Beneath the Night Sea tells the story of a young girl living in a cold, underwater city. Alone and longing for warmth, the girl catches a glimpse of a brighter world above when a bloom of jellyfish lights up her surroundings.
Beneath the Night Sea was created by Matt Cangelosi. Music by Lawrence Schwedler.
Sushi Mischief was created at DigiPen's Singapore campus by Teo Hong, Tan Meijin, Billy Ker, Sherry Lee, and Kelly Seah. Music by Kori Loomis; sound by Ian Shores.
Set in a distant future where ice covers the earth's surface, Level 1457 LAST tells the story of a solitary maintenance worker tasked with fixing the power supply systems of the subterranean colony that he and the rest of humanity calls home.
Level 1457 LAST was created by Xabier Urrutia, with music by Jorge Fernandez and special thanks to Amagoia Aguirre, Meritxel Aznar, Gonzalo Cano, Eduardo Garcia, Josu Martin, Jonathan Arnaiz, Sendoa Bergasa, Xabier España, David Gau, Xabier Sevillano, and Jolen Urrutia.
Super Secret depicts the relationship between a proud, villainous father and his heroic-minded teenage daughter.
Super Secret was created by Laura Borgen, Nnenna Ijiomah, Dan Lane, Tyler Stuart, James Ludden, Eddie Peters, and Cole Harrington, with music by Collin Meredith and sound design by Justin Jacox.