Michael Dudok de Wit: Animation Shorts 1992-2001

I first watched ‘Father and Daughter’ quite a few years back, and have never stopped watching it. The narrative sensitivity, technical finesse, and the labour of love was so evident and heartfelt. Dutch-British animator and illustrator Michael Dudok de Wit is part of a rare breed of creative artists whose work transcends spatio-temporal as well as socio-cultural boundaries, arguably, with relative ease. This is a selection of some of his best known animation shorts.

Tom Sweep (1992)

Michaël Dudok de Wit - The Monk And The Fish

The Monk and the Fish (1994)

Father And Daughter - 2000 Academy Award for Animated Short Film - YouTube

Father and Daughter (2000)

Michael Dudok de Wit - Cortos - Upload Esfequ

AT&T commercials (2001)

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Althea
Althea
8 years ago

The best there is ….lovely work..

FM
FM
8 years ago

Great! Shared on reddit.

Tameka
Tameka
8 years ago

Really enjoyed these ..Thanks for uploading.

K Leber
K Leber
8 years ago

Fantastic artist. Why isnt he seen more often? Its a shame.

noreen
noreen
8 years ago

how artistic and painterly, hate those toon network drawings now..

TYrone
TYrone
8 years ago

Michael Dudok de Wit. I have to remember this name now..amazing work

Moromi
Moromi
8 years ago

I have never heard of this director,, but this is absolutely stunning.

saundra
saundra
8 years ago

I am 14 and I would really like to get involved in short films and student film, but I don’t know how to go about it. These are very inspiring sir

E Utecht
E Utecht
8 years ago

Wow seeing these after quite a while. I remember seeing a few of these kinds in art school some years back, brought back lovely memories. And this guy is great.

nafisa
nafisa
8 years ago

father and daughter moved me so much…

H Lindemann
H Lindemann
8 years ago

im currently enrolled in art institute for media arts and animation and wanted to know if i can go on to working on making movies like these after i graduate. I wanted to be an animation artist for video games, but after seeing these kind of movies, u know, experimental and meaningful, i hv changed direction. ty for sharing. Pls share more.