In a restaurant kitchen, a chicken dreams of escape and freedom while trying to survive a poultry race organised by the team of cooks.
Dark and humorous, this extremely short film features a stream-of-conscious look at the writing process, told with animated images straight from the subconscious, or somewhere.
Hans suffers from insomnia. But there is help available! A self-appointed specialist guides us through this absurd study of sleep.
A man sits with his cat on a lonely day and calls the operator, asking if there is a number for God. Premiered on the BBC Culture Show and featured in The Animation Show Vol. 4.
A companion piece to Cosmic Letter, also produced for 3-2-1 Contact. Jarnow begins at his address in Brooklyn and zooms outward to the farthest reaches of the universe.
Jarnow adapts an architectural grid catalogue of cubic rotations in order to explore a direct relationship between animation procedure and logical numerical operations. The film is as much the making of animation as it is a paper model of a computer. The cube sheet, upon which the film is based, is so constructed that a horizontal cubic rotation and a diagonal pan yields a diagonal rotation. Combinations of these primary moves result in more complex rotations throughout this awe inspiring film.
Larry hosts the biggest, the silliest, most excellent countdown of Silly Songs in the history of Silliness! Find out the #1 songs from first and second decades of VeggieTales Silly Songs, voted on by you - the fans!! PLUS witness the debut of an all-new, sure-to-be-favorite Silly Song picked from thousands of fan submitted entries!
Maxwell Atoms' debut short has his characters Billy and Mandy having fun with trepanation.
After a day of gathering hundreds of seashells and rocks from the beach, Jarnow uses the found objects to construct a stop motion commentary on how we look at nature through various cinematic techniques.
Jarnow regularizes a child's primitive sketch of a house into increasingly firmer architecture, showing how the same place might by rendered by different hands. Objects twist and turn, a drawing resolving into a wall painting, as the perspective shifts, boxes within boxes, until the viewer is back outside
In what would become a familiar theme throughout his carrer, Jarnow explores the earth from above, invoking Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion and the Gnomic map to illustrate different geometric and compromise projections.
Slated for inclusions on the Boston based Infinity Factory educational program alongside Map Projections, Digging to China explores a familiar childhood activity on a global scale.
Years after the defeat of the Reptilian Empire, Getter Team has begun training on a new super robot, Neo Getter Robo. But a surprise attack from the Empire's revived leader forces them to recruit a street fighter named Go Ichimonji as Getter One's pilot. Faced with an enormously powerful foe, the new team's only hope for victory may lie in the resurrection of the lost weapon of humanity, Shin Getter Robo.
A short Emmy award-winning animation promoting New York's newly renovated Museum of Modern Art.
The primary motif in this silent picture is a grid that controls the shapes and motions of forms contained within the framework of a rotating cube. Constructed from interlocking cycles, the film explores branches and loops along paths laid down by geometric logic.