7 minute animated short film entirely made by Henrik Malmgren, released in 2010. Supported by Den Vestdanske Filmpulje and Open Workshop “In a socially deprived society, Elsa the widow gets her lonely dinner brutally interrupted, and she makes a decision that changes more than her own life, understanding that Paradise is lost without others.”
Educational animation commissioned by ED.TED.COM, explains what’s actually making you feel sick. Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Made in co-operation with educator Marco A. Sotomayor. Thanks to The Animation Workshop.
“It starts with a tickle in your throat that becomes a cough. Your muscles begin to ache, you grow irritable, and you lose your appetite. It’s official: you’ve got the flu. It’s logical to assume that this miserable medley of symptoms is the result of the infection coursing through your body — but is that really the case? Marco A. Sotomayor explains what’s actually making you feel sick. ”
A GoodJobStudios animated promotion film for Viamedica: a danish consultancy within healthcare, that guides seriously ill patients to a faster treatment. Roles: script, design, direction, animation and music.
A two-minute 2d-animation conveying research about Edu-larp as a teaching method in schools.
“Six students are taken on a learning voyage, where the most skeptic one ends up showing the way”
Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Customer: Dept.For Learning & Philosophy, Aalborg University, Denmark. Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Made in co-operation with Professor Lisa Gjedde, Dept. For Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University, Denmark, and Troels Lindeberg.
Commissioned by EGMONT FONDEN. Thanks to Viborg Municipality.
“If you want to motivate and engage students with different starting points, Educational live action role-play: Edu-larp can be a way.
The idea of a common goal provides a focus and a driving force that brings subject knowledge and social skills into play through a narrative frame.”
“The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. Why not? Because everything in the universe behaves like both a particle and a wave at the same time.”
“A little girl struggles to buy a doll she really loves”
-This clip was part of Henrik Malmgrens graduation project (MA) at Visual Communication Department, Illustration at Designskolen Kolding, Danmark, in june 2004. It was screened at Cosmic Zoom, Copenhagen.