The New Yorker added the Oscar-nominated animated short film A Single Life to its “Screening Room” series earlier this week. The film tells the story of a young woman who receives a mysterious package that contains a vinyl record. She soon realizes that she can go forward or backward in time by simply adjusting the position of the needle as the record plays on her stereo.
The film was created by the Dutch design studio Job, Joris & Marieke – Job Roggeveen, Joris Oprins and Marieke Blaauw – which does animation, illustration, character design and music.
The New Yorker has an interesting profile of the filmmakers here.