Short animation commissioned by the Musikforlæggerne. GoodJobStudios created this animated explainer on how music reaches its market. Based on material, put together by Seismonaut, Henrik wrote the script and then designed, directed, animated, made sound and music. The project was initiated by https://seismonaut.com for the danish organisation for professional music publishers: musikforlaeggerne. Henrik created two versions. Shown here is the official version. To illustrate a diverse music market our intention was to bring multiple music genres into one composition, this can be view in the GJS deluxe version here: https://youtu.be/mg3Dwu3Y3pY. Projectmanager at Seismonaut : Andreas Linnet Jessen.
Educational animation commissioned by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. The film was made to present the winner of the Danish Science Communication Prize 2018. Script, design, animation, sound, music and direction by Henrik Malmgren.
Photographer Jesper Fleng : ReFrameStudio. Thanks to Jakob Borrits Sabra : The Animation Workshop.
“The world around you is filled with bacteria. Some make you sick, but most of them are useful. Even though you can’t see them, collectively they weigh more than all plants and animals put together. They often live in symbiosis with other organisms, in fact even with you. Only 10% of your cells are your own – the rest are bacteria from over 700 different species of bacteria that live in and on your body. Most bacteria you host – up to 2 kilograms – live in your intestines. Together, you form a superorganism, which we call human.”
Educational animation commissioned by ED.TED.COM, explaining what’s actually making you feel sick. Designed, animated and directed by Henrik Malmgren. Made in co-operation with educator Marco A. Sotomayor and Frank G. Gress. Thanks to The Animation Workshop.
“Colon cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer and cancer death in the world. It is also one of the most preventable types of cancer, as it often takes about ten years for a small polyp to grow and develop into a cancerous one. So who’s at risk? And how can people be screened? Amit H. Sachdev and Frank G. Gress share some of the best ways to prevent colon cancer.”