"I Have Your Heart" the short film is here! Directed by Jim Batt, illustrated by Molly Crabapple, music by Kim Boekbinder

Read about the making of on BoingBoing.net

Get the song HEREhttp:/bit.ly/TUOtxh

On the set with director Jim Batt and animation expert Brendan B. 

On the set with director Jim Batt and animation expert Brendan B. 

A still frame from the animation.

A still frame from the animation.

Our first celebrity quote! From Margaret Cho

"I really want to see this amazing collaboration happen! Molly is a truly gifted artist and visionary and I love to see all her projects come to life! The song is really cool and I love how it goes with her arresting imagery! Please contribute and lets make this happen!" - Margaret Cho

Check out the Kickstarter: http://kck.st/eckqme


Watch the video! Fund the film!

http://kck.st/eckqme

Watch the video! Fund the film!

http://kck.st/eckqme

Test animation and kickstarter video!

http://kck.st/eckqme

I Have Your Heart

"I Have Your Heart" is a short animated film by Molly Crabapple, Kim Boekbinder, and Jim Batt.

The artwork is hand drawn by Molly Crabapple, the New York sensation and international superstar of Dr. Sketchy’s fame

The story and soundtrack are provided by Kim Boekbinder’s popular song, “The Organ Donor’s March,” a rollicking, accordion based, sing-a-long about love, loss, and life after death.

The animation itself will be 2.5 dimensional stop motion done by Jim Batt, a Melbourne based film maker whose work has screened at international film festivals and to sold out crowds for live cinema events.

Molly’s drawing will be turned into paper puppets that move within a wonderful world all their own.

Crabapple, Boekbinder, & Batt came together through the magic of the internet in early 2010 and have spent the last year scheming, planning, drawing, cutting, coloring, testing, and getting ready for this moment: PRODUCTION.

Previous animation by our director, Jim Batt.

Molly draws… and draws…

Molly draws… and draws…

Our illustrator: Molly Crabapple

Our illustrator: Molly Crabapple