Animated story of a sad magician
An elder counts sheep as they fall asleep for the last time. Seeds spread across infertile land, among the deterioration of a bodily vessel and the earth it decomposes into.
The earliest recognized film by Lars Trier (made in his youth before he adopted the "von") is this stop motion cartoon, Turen til Squach land… En Super Pølse film (Trip to Squash Land… A Super Sausage film).
Animation film about a friendship between young Wolfy and Kapitoshka. Wolfy tries to learn how to be scary and threatening. But then he meets a drop of rain, Kapitoshka, which makes him realize that it is not necessary to be scary.
A wolf cub misses his friend Kapitoshka and wants to see him again and have fun with him. Kapitoshka is an unusual creature that is completely made of the water, which wears a funny beret and loves to sing and play. A letter brought by a crow will help shed light on whether Kapitoshka will be able to return to the wolf.
Produced by Larry Keating for AT&T. “THE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER is an excellent introductory informational film that dispels some of the “mystery” of computer-art technology, as it clarifies the necessary human input of integrity, artistic sensibilities, and aesthetics… Ms. Schwartz’s voice over narration explains what she hoped to accomplish in the excerpts from a number of her films and gives insight into the artist’s problems and decisions… I would recommend THE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER for all grade levels, in classes on filmmaking, art appreciation, and human values.
Argentina, 1960: a true crime story of how secret agent Zvi Aharoni hunts down one of the highest-ranking Nazi war criminals on the run.
A father and a son both have the same big birthmark on their butt. Believing that the two birthmarks are connected, the son scrubs his father's birthmark to remove it—but he just can't get rid of it.
Kind of an illegal sleepover, a clumsy burglary, two best friends and sharp nails.
Educational film about solar energy, told with striking imagery and animation.
Combined cel/cutout animation exploring the relationship between two tiny characters living at the bottom of a giant film frame.
An intimate portrayal of grief, loneliness and obsession, Dawson (16) and Lightfoot's (16) award-winning (Gosfest - Best Picture and People's Choice, Camera Zizanio - Category B International Best Picture) animated short film 'Ironing Board' (2022) pushes the boundaries of just how far micro-budget, independent student filmmaking can go. As director, animator, storyboarder and co-editor, Dawson possesses a rich talent and passion for the filmmaking craft, particularly in animation, graphic design and visual effects which he showcases on his public Instagram account @n.nitsuj. Further, Lightfoot is an obsessively passionate writer, editor, sound designer and producer, and together the pair make a dynamic duo to be reckoned with. Their debut short film 'Ironing Board' marks the beginning of both Lightfoot and Dawson's filmmaking careers, and the two are itching to create future projects.
A man sees a ballerina dancing on the top of a tower block and he sets off to find her. Only to be confronted by a giant at the top.
Cow must save her brother Chicken after he is sent to Hell for smoking. Short film that later became the Cartoon Network show Cow & Chicken
I went to China with hand luggage only. In China, motorcyclists wear the reverse jacket and restaurants serve fish heads, crayfish and eels. The event's employee studies cinema and likes Kung Fu films. I bought vacuum-packed chicken feet.
This town is too small for the both of them. And for their moustache.
Benji, early 30s, is getting ready for his first date with the woman he loves, but as his preparation goes on, strange little creatures appear and start tormenting him.
We Should Have Coffee Sometime is a four-minute animated documentary exploring a loss of faith. The film begins with a meditation on the end of a relationship. About one minute later it is revealed that the relationship is not between friends or romantic partners but between co-director Maile Martinez and God. To complement and clarify the narration, the project employs a variety of animation styles.
Lynn Smith's animated short. Nominated by Genie Best Short animation.