The Aardvark chases The Ant, but this time The Ant has found a new pal in a termite.
A short experimental animation by Keiichi Tanaami.
Conceived in 1922, but not realised until 1977.
Conceived in 1927/28, but only realised in 1972, with the support of Robert Darroll.
Conceived in 1928/29, but not realised until 1972 with the support of Robert Darroll.
Conceived in 1930/31, but not realised until 1972 with the support of Robert Darroll.
Conceived in 1944, but not realised until 1972 with the support of Robert Darroll.
A short anti-war animation set on a chessboard.
1976 “Lokomotywa” / “Train Engine” (after Lokomotywa, a poem by Julian Tuwim). Made with the use of classical cartoon animation and combined photographs, the film adds more humour to Tuwim's rhyme. (http://culture.pl/en/artist/zbigniew-rybczynski)
Blending live action with twisted animation, this film tells the story of a gang of young surfers struggling to survive in post-apocalyptic Sydney
Canadian animated short film by George Geertsen.
Babyroussa awakes on his island hungry, but the fridge is empty. He decides to bake some bread.
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An Oscar Nominated short film about a red pair of legs.
Woody is at home being bored and watching TV and hears a special bulletin about pirated gold by Captain Blah. Woody still bored and ignoring the bulletin decides to go to bed. While drifting off to sleep, dirt is slung through Woody's bedroom window & when investigates, he finds Captain Blah digging a hole to bury his gold. Seeing where Blah buried his gold, he chases after Woody.
William Kentridge’s Monument is a captivating short animated film about the unveiling of a statue dedicated to the South African work force. This monument comes to life, and continues to suffer under the elite white regime. This celebration and memorialization of past injustices fails in its goal to silence or normalize these injustices, as the statue breaks the cinematic third wall and its breathing fills our ears.