Wonderful town : aditya assarat

I’m currently studying with Aditya Assarat in Screenwriting class. Every Monday afternoon is like the day for inspiration. Today is also another inspiring day.

Wonderful town is the movie I always missed a chance to watch it in cinema. Now is my very luck day because I finally watch this movie in the director class!

Love the tone of movie – how romantic it is. Unconsciously, I merge into the film. It’s not only a love story but a story of a sad people and a town after disaster of Tsunami.

What we actually see is the town is physically REBORN, but it is still sad. People still crying inside their mind. How the sad town be cure and reborn again?

Before I study with him, I’ve watch a short film called ‘Bangkok blue’ long time ago. And another movie of him ‘Hiso’ is the first feature film from him I watched in cinema. I love them both too! here’s the VDO with commentary, sorry that it’s in Thai.


TOGETHER : inspiring animation blog on social content


Surfing randomly through Stuff pick in Vimeo then I found this interesting concept of the company. While scanning through their website I still get the smily face of the logo stuck in my head and it make me lift-up unconsciously and feel really happy just to looking at their work. I can feel that people working here are friendly and are positive thicker. They described themselves like this : (original content at


Founded in the spirit of independent and collaborative creation, TOGETHER: Words+Pictures for Art & Culture develops and produces animated content for the arts, cultural, and non-profit communities. We are happy writing, designing, and animating content for documentaries and films, theatrical stage visuals, art exhibit promos, and book trailers.

Here’s one of the work they created, it’s really cute!

Beastly Bards: Typesetter Blues

Typesetter Blues is a 3-minute animated short starring a likeable monster named Harold. In this melancholy love story, Harold falls for a new coworker, who unfortunately falls harder for someone else.





The Eagleman Stag : Mikey Please

– The larger our past gets the smaller our present feels –
The 2011 BAFTA award winning short film from Mikey Please.
For full festival and awards info visit
Follow!/MisterPlease for updates
MUSIC COMPOSITION: Benedict Please (
SOUND DESIGN: Benedict Please
PHILIP Tony Guilfoyle
set design & model making:
Mikey Please,,, Gemma Taylor, Laura Bateman,, Steve Hutton, John Wilkinson, Rebecca Fox, TD Van Der Beek, Jessie baker

PRODUCED @ The Royal College of Art

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