Fireman Sam is busy keeping everyone safe and sound, when the town of Pontypandy goes wild! Tom & Moose go on the trail of a foxy fox but, whilst trying to outsmart it, accidentally become trapped in its den. The self-titled Wild Men of Pontypandy get into more scrapes when they start a battle of wilderness skills and find themselves stranded up a tree. Sarah gets herself into trouble when she tells the town about the Pontypandyness Monster, but the jetty can't cope with all the excitement when it breaks and floats away, leaving half the town adrift. No wonder Fireman Sam is Always on Duty!
Dot sets out on a mighty adventure that takes her to Hollywood. With the help of Hollywood stars Dot wins a talent quest, and discovered by a famous director, she becomes what all Hollywood dreams are made of – a film star. This enables her to raise money for her little friend Gumley the koala who needs an operation on his eyes.
An experiment in computer animation.
Lan Hua Hua is a Chinese animated short, originally released in 1989, and directed by Gen Li. This short is featured on the DVD that comes with the book 30 Years of Artistic Animation in China, written by Hong Chang and Yuzhong Xu.
This funny yet serious short film demonstrates the effectiveness of advertising and the marketing machine. Its comic appeal lies in the characters and the absurd situations they find themselves in, but it also shines a harsh light on our tendency towards needless consumerism prompted by a steady flow of commercials.
When Luitpold Leuwenhaupt sees a faboulous goose in the local pet shop, he can't resist buying it for christmas. But the three kids become friends with the goose, calling her 'Auguste'. So, is there any way left for Luitpold to make a fine christmas feast out of Auguste?
A black/white world, slow heavy labor, each frame crossfaded into next.
North Korea Animation that teaches the importance of learning Geometry.
A flute playing cat leads a band composed of animals. The animated images accompany a recording of 'Eye Level'. Cats, mice, tigers, monkeys, camels, penguins, birds, as well as, a bear, a cheetah, an elephant, and a seagull appear with stop-clock precision to play instruments featured in the recording at appropriate points in the sound track. The flute-playing cat vies with a lion bandmaster in leading the band.
Filmed with hand-painted cut-out paper characters and background sets. Rated X for violence, nudity and sexual activities by paper people. "The film takes you into the repressed areas of the psyche, the dark regions of the soul. It is a trip deep into the self, beyond the limits of conventional morality where good and evil merge into one. There are no governing laws at this level of the mind and that is the terror and its fascination." -David Bienstock, Curator of Film, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1972