Jenny in the Self-Checkout Line
Jenny in the Self-Checkout Line features a high-stakes confrontation between a six-year-old girl and a malfunctioning automated checkout machine (as observed by director Nick Fox-Gieg at an LA Walmart in 2003). The film was created using classic hand-drawn animation, but drawn frame-by-frame in 3D space.

Nick Fox-Gieg
Nick Fox-Gieg is an animator and creative technologist based in New York and Toronto. His awards include a 2012 Eyebeam Fellowship and the jury prize for Best Animated Short at SXSW 2010. His work has also screened at the Ottawa, Rotterdam, and TIFF film festivals, at the Centre Pompidou, and on CBC TV. Most recently, he's been working on virtual-reality projects at Framestore and Google Creative Lab.