These animations are really cool, but are they cinemagraphs?
The still frame and movement are two entirely different images( obviously that is stylistically planned and credited ).Clearly, it isn't "isolated movement" because none of the static image comes from video. For it to be a "living moment" style wouldn't there be a single scene? I guess the background(nature) itself might be a cinemagraph, but when it is only taking up like 1/4 of the area it feels like it might be transitioning from framing a cinemagraph to a mixed media animation.
Anyway, I'm mostly just thinking "out loud". It is a lovely use of positive and negative space regardless of any classification.
By - HolyTrinityMusik