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'Notes On Biology': Stop-Motion Animation Is Made From Class Notes (VIDEO)

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"(Notes on) Biology," winner of the best animation at this year's SXSW, is a clever take on one of the many distractions from classroom note taking: flip books. You remember -- making a mini-cartoon in your spiral notebook as soon as your teacher's droning turned into the Charlie Brown-like wamp, wamp, wamp.

"(Notes on) Biology" features the notes of student Mr. Ellis and the adventures of his superpower cartoon, "robot elephant." The eyepatch clad, jetpack-wearing beast zips through a town destroying cars in his path before he rockets into space and ultimately destroys Earth.

The five-minute film was created by Danny Madden, Will Madden and Jonathan Silva of Ornana Films.

Who knew high school note taking could be so cool?

Watch "(Notes on) Biology:"

(notes on) biology from ornana films on Vimeo.

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