London Squared Productions is a Brooklyn- based animation and production company, created by Andy and Carolyn London. Since 1999, The Londons have been making film, video and commercial projects in wildly inventive styles with an emphasis on killer storytelling.
In 2003, the Londons debuted their first short film, “Subway Salvation”, an 8-minute stop-motion animated short and winner of the Audience Award at Florida Film Festival, Best Animation at Sedona Film Festival and Best in Show at ASIFA San Francisco.
In 2004, the Londons wrote and directed the “The Backbrace”, a 6-minute film about shame, humiliation and the perils of overparenting. “Backbrace” won Best Animation at the New York Television Festival, Best in Show at the Animation Block Party and honorable mentions at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and the Woodstock Film Festival and screened in over 50 festivals.
In 2007, the Londons introduced two new films. “I’m in the Mood for Death” and “A Letter to Colleen”. ”Mood for Death” won Best Comedy and Best Female Director at the Westchester International Film Festival. “A Letter to Colleen” screened in over 100 film festivals worldwide and received a Cine Golden Eagle, ASIFA East’s Excellence in Writing & Humor award, Best Animation at Hollyshorts and Trenton Film Festival and the Raindance UK SAE Digital Short Film Award. It was featured in American Cinematographer and STASH Magazine #50.
The latest project from the Londons is “EAGER TO PLEASE”. A graphic novel and in-the-works television project that can be found here. Paste Magazine says, “Consider Dresden (aka “London) the Louis C.K. of comics. It might look like a disgusting disaster, but that’s because life is exactly such, and we laugh in recognition as much as in terror”.