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Happy just to be with You!


This short music video is a musical love letter to Childrens Book illustration and stopframe animation...all the happiness we could squeeze into one minute eight seconds.

Our Review

It feels just so happy to watch this musical short film. The animations are an interesting mix of techniques, and overall the picture looked inviting. The animation is mesmerizing the way its captured is astonishing. Very vivid choice of colors.

The soundtrack is remarkably touching as it brings imaginary, dreamy, surreal feelings with mixed-emotion. Simple and simply cute and happy to just watch it...

Director Biography - Woody Yocum

Woody has spent more than the last forty years in Animation, animating and directing in forms as varied Traditional animation, CG, and Stop frame on TV series, Theatricals, and Interactive projects. He has been EMMY and ANNIE nominated for multiple projects and his experience includes 26 years as an Animation Director, Supervising timing Director and Director at Disney TV Animation.

Director Statement

'Happy to be with You!' is an indie experiment in stopframe animation combined with CG compositing. Our goal is to develop playful mixed media productions with the soul of Childrens book illustration.


  • Woody Yocum Director Home with the Nine Little Bears

  • Woody Yocum Writer

  • Woody Yocum Producer

  • Klaus Ebert Music Home with the Nine Little Bears

  • Bailey Stubblefield Singer


  • Project Type: Animation, Music Video

  • Runtime: 1 minute 8 seconds

  • Completion Date: August 23, 2022

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Country of Filming: United States

  • Language: English

  • Shooting Format: digital

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: No

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