Wallace rents out Gromit's former bedroom to a penguin, who takes up an interest in the techno pants created by Wallace. However, Gromit later learns that the penguin is a wanted criminal.
Animated short about a voyeur cat, a woman with excessive love for her plants, and a peculiar visitor in a fur hat. Based on the short story 'Megbocsátás' by Ádám Bodor.
A master owl tries to present the kindergarten end of year show. Unfortunately the night does not go as planned, as several unforeseen events happened, one after the other, even before the curtain came up.
Simon knows ducks quite well. They make noise, fly, swim, some even roll. Sometimes, it's a bit confusing and Simon gets lost.
In a clearing amongst a forest of pines lives a reclusive old man who struggles to keep himself warm in an unrelenting winter, though help comes from an unexpected friend.
Ça va, ça va
Fairytale full of light, magic and nostalgia. A clay doll awakens her surroundings that become a surreal world in constant flow of change. Shot with natural light the visible changes of daylight emphasize the passing of time in the film.
A painted outline of war conflicts in the history of mankind. Starting from attacks in the Stone Age and ending on the cruelty of World War II. The animation is a warning against an arms race that will inevitably lead to atomic destruction.
The debut of Stefan Janik, the director of animated films for children and adults. The film combines drawings and the cut-out technique. It is one of the anti-war manifestos, characteristic of Polish animation of the Cold War period.
Different shades of responsibility. A mother drowns her blind unhappy child. She wants to spare him the burden of being a cripple. She is absolved by a priest, but the police are waiting for her in front of the church.
This story is about how Olympian Bear reclaim the bull, who didn’t go in for sports
Goodbye Che Bei
A magic axe and ecological vengeance.
After meeting with misadventure, a space probe from the Voyager mission crashes back to Earth, centuries after it left. But Earth is a very different place now, and there’s only one person around to witness the Golden Record’s message.
Pete Roleum, an oil droplet, narrates a presentation about the history and uses of oil: He starts by introducing some of his relations, with illustrations of the things that they have done throughout history. He then turns to the modern era, and shows that oil has a great many important uses, some of which might come as something of a surprise.
"Locked Doors" is about a man stuck on a broken-down spaceship waiting for rescue. He has no idea what caused the wreck. His whole crew has mysteriously vanished, the ship has been overrun by strange vegetation, and he is slowly losing his mind. The one thing that's keeping the man alive is his curiosity about what may lie behind the one and only locked door aboard the ship...
Animation about a match's brave attempt to pursue his life.
A little boy is bedeviled by recurring nightmares of a monster that just won’t go away.
A man working in a fish cannery has a guilty conscience and begins to imagine he is a murderer. In his delirium/dream the fish try him for murder in a crazy court-room scene at the bottom of the ocean, which incorporates the 'Information, Please" radio routine, and also has a fish-jury who sing a little ditty called "There's Nothing On the End of the Hook." Re-released to theaters again in 1954, before Columbia sold it to television stations.
The tale follows the romance between a china shepherdess and a china chimney sweep who are threatened by a carved mahogany satyr who wants the shepherdess for his wife.