A surrealistic short from minimalist cartoonist Kuri Yoji.
Early computed animation in which two characters meet and fall in love.
This animated short tells the story of a young boy who finds an injured snow goose and nurses it back to health. Constant companions through the sun-filled days of summer, the two sadly separate in the fall when the bird obeys the call to join its flock for the annual flight south. Will the friendship endure?
A wonderful animated version of the First Christmas. Filled with prophets, wise men, warriors, kings and messengers.
Ironbark Bill defeats some giant mosquitoes.
The story concerns Jennifer, a green witch who was especially known for her green thumb - "her garden made her the most famous witch in all of witchdom."
A young man is clearing out his departed fathers’ estate. Among his belongings he finds a box with a most peculiar content: a jazz band! They start to follow him wherever he goes. What a nightmare!
The Google Mission in San Francisco
Expand your mind with 60 minutes of sensory overload cyberdelia combines extended sections of techno and ambient techno to give the ultimate video experience.
In Démontable, our domestic space turns into a world reminiscent of Gulliver’s Travels, invaded by miniature projections of the outside world. “A funny, playful film on the absurd relationship between daily life and global news. The level of media saturation we’re bombarded with creates an absurd distortion and distance between our daily routine and current affairs. Démontable explores this bizarre melange of realities by throwing the two worlds together: attack helicopters shred a newspaper, while a dinner plate suffers a drone strike. They’re a series of attempts to try and understand our world better by playing with its violent protagonists
In this second short film in the Birdland series two birds escape and fly away to the rainbow. The story is set to the sound of "Over the Rainbow" played by legendary jazz pianist Art Tatum.
About a peaceful, poetry-loving dragon, and St. George the dragon-slayer, who is engaged by the villagers to kill him. Together with the help of the dragon's friend, they stage a rousing fake battle.
A boy travels through the world of M.C. Escher.
Hasse is 8 years old. His parents are drinking and arguing. Every day Hasse picks up his diary from the hideout behind the radiator to write down his thoughts.