marcie lacerte

ANIMATION



Summer of Love (2017)

A girl goes out in the summertime looking for love.

Cartoon Brew Pick of the Day, 2018
Vimeo Staff Pick, 2017
Animation Nights New York (ANNY), 2019
GLAS Animation, 2018
Ae Film Fest, 2018
Locomoción Experimental Animation Festival, 2017
Lush Creative Showcase, 2017
Ladies With Lenses Screening, 2017
Malt Adult, 2017
Square Lake Film Festival, 2017
Istanbul Comics and Art Festival, 2017
Rimonim Art Gallery, 2017

The Marshmallow Test

Is your personality fixed, or can you change who you are? Created for Invisibilia.

Role: producer

Video Consortium, 2019
Ottawa International Animation Festival, 2018

The School of Life

Films created for The School of Life.

The Little Ships (2016)

An abstract visual music animation set to the song "The Little Ships" by Jean-Jacques Perrey.

Square Lake Film Festival, 2017
Chico Independent Film Festival, 2017
Feminist Video Quarterly, 2016
Minnanimate, 2016
Toronto Animated Image Society, 2016
Altered Esthetics Film Festival, 2016

Thporth! (2015)

gooooOOOOOOLLLLL!!!!!!!

Fest Anca, 2017
Ottawa International Animation Festival, 2016
Altered Esthetics Film Festival, 2016
Best In Show, Made @ MCAD, 2016
Carnegie Museum of Art 2-Minute Film Festival, 2016
Minnesota Electronic Theater, 2015


JOURNALISM



Quartz News Reel

Selected animations created for the Quartz News show. Art Director: Arielle Ray.

Role: animator

Webby Awards finalist, 2019

The secret life of kids on YouTube

Kids don't watch TV like they used to. They’re on YouTube. 📱👶🌈 Children’s entertainment online is wacky, full of surprise eggs, and looks nothing like the TV you watched as a kid. But the explosion of kids content also raises questions about how kids are advertised to on the internet.

Roles: creative producer, animator

Shrek fandom and its weird, crowdsourced movie remake

A dissection of Shrek in pop culture, and the artists and fans behind the phenomenon.

Role: producer

Featured on Quartz, Cartoon Brew, Vice, this tweet

Why Are Cities Still So Segregated?

In 1968, Congress passed the Fair Housing Act that made it illegal to discriminate in housing. Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch explains why neighborhoods are still so segregated today.

Roles: animator, co-editor

White House Press Association, Second Place for Explainers, 2019

Featured on Aeon.co.

Foraging

Wacky interviews with wacky foragers who find and cook their food in the wild.

Roles: animator

James Beard Award finalist, 2019

Maddie About Science

In this Skunkbear series, host Maddie Sofia interviews scientists about their cool-as-heck jobs.

Role: animator

An Afternoon Rippling

A text-heavy 2D adventure game about getting lost in a valley after your car breaks down. In your search for the elusive Mechanic, you have conversations with several strange individuals. Coming this summer!

Neo Noboru

An infinite runner game created for the 2017 Global Game Jam. (2017)

Social Media Bio Generator

In need of a new description for your favorite social media profile? Generate your own three-part bio here!! (2016)

I'm an animator and video producer at Quartz in NYC. I once wore a mustache on camera.

Please send cools pics and compliments to marcielacerte@gmail.com.

PRESS: It's Nice That, Cartoon Brew, Girls in Film, So The Theory Goes

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