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Gridiron Heights Season 4 is here! (And yeah, we animated that.)

FlickerLab is super pumped to be entering into our fourth season animating Gridiron Heights for our amazing friends at Bleacher Report. Ah, Andrew Luck, we’ll miss your smile in Gridiron Heights (but for reals, glad you’re taking care of yourself). How did four years go by so fast, we ask ourselves. Then we rewatch an […]

FlickerLab brings Scribble Tales to Life for Sesame Studios

Today, the first in FlickerLab’s animated series, Scribble Tales, launched on Sesame Studio’s new YouTube channel, with three more films to follow. Each film was part of a pair of time-lapse illustrated versions of classic fairy tales, each offering a different perspective on the story. We hear from the three little pigs, but also the […]

FlickerLab takes a Zero Waste Journey with GrowNYC

FlickerLab teamed up with GrowNYC, New York City’s official sustainability resource, to create this delightful animated story about Rusty, the little boy made out of waste, and his zero waste journey. Shown in classrooms and assemblies across the city, the animation is part of GrowNYC’s program of teaching kids about Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling as […]

FlickerLab Animates Hamilton’s America for Radical Media

Radical Media and director Alex Horwitz tapped FlickerLab to create all the animation and graphics for their PBS documentary on the smash hit musical and the life of Alexander Hamilton. FlickerLab drew from a huge volume of historical artwork and documentation to fill in the film’s narrative, recreating the world Hamilton grew up and grew […]

FlickerLab a Launch Partner for new Viacom Lab

We are thrilled to be named as entrepeneurs in residence at Viacom's new Lab for innovation and cross-platform storytelling. It has been a great experience so far with an amazing team at the Lab. We've been getting a great reception so far for our animated messaging platform, Animgram, and all our live animation tools. The […]

#StopHR158: Same day politics

FlickerLab had less than 24 hours to create this video for our good friends at the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, explaining why the restrictions being proposed for the Visa Waiver Program in the #‎HR158 bill are, in the words of the #‎ACLU, “wrong,” and “un-American.”

In Paris with C40

FlickerLab was thrilled to have our pixels in Paris for the historic climate summit in December of 2015. We worked with Joan Stern Productions to create this animated opening for the C40 Cities Awards, The awards, granted in 10 categories, provide global recognition for cities that are demonstrating climate action leadership.

Journey North Update in iTunes Store

New in iTunes, our update to the app we created with Journey North and Annenberg Learner, based on this global project to get students and citizen scientists directly involved in tracking the migration of a wide range of species. The app is a real field tool for recording and sharing observations on the Journey North […]

This Changes Everything

FlickerLab created all the graphics for Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis' powerful new film on the global movement ?to fight climate change, and through that struggle, create a more just and equitable world. Filmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to […]

Animating a Reslilient New Orleans

FlickerLab created this lovely little animation for Reslient NOLA, with SDK Knickerbocker and Z Tribeca on the 10th anniversary of Katrina, to help highlight the ways the city is building for the future.

A Monstrous Patient Safety Video

Taking a kid to the hospital is scary, for parent and child alike. But the best way to beat the fear is to be part of keeping your child safe. We created this animation with the Nemours Foundation to give a fun introduction to parents on how to be an active part in keeping their […]

Animating Debt and Deficit

FlickerLab worked with two-time Oscar nominated director Marshall Curry to create this animated short-film explaining the debt and deficit, as part of the We the Economy series which uses humor and storytelling to explain key economic concepts for a popular audience.

Discovering Paleontology from The Dragon in the Cliff eBook

By: Carla Seal-Wanner, Director of Education, FlickerLab As the lines between formal and informal learning opportunities are now blurred by student’s access to myriad powerful educational content online, are young readers seeking books that capture their imagination with interactive features and images as well as text? FlickerLab created the eBook version of The Dragon and […]

Op-Ed: Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons

Give me a desert island choice between a thousand overblown, high-budget, franchise driven, Hollywood action flicks – with beats and explosions so predictable that you could set a pacemaker to them – and a copy of Stephen Chow’s new film, Journey to the West, and the choice is easy. Chow wins in a pirouette leap off […]