Igor: The Paris Years, one segment of a larger biographical program created for Channel 4 on the life and times of Igor Stravinsky, finds the brothers working in a slightly different vein than the one that would come to characterize their later work. This is the first section, which covers the pianist’s “French period” from roughly 1920-1939, and it details, among other things, his connection with Jean Cocteau (who, as a matter of fact, contributes voice work to this project). Filtered through gonzo and impressionistic puppetry (often bearing strong resemblance to the work of Terry Gilliam), the film takes an unconventional and often beautiful stab at the television biography special.
About a peaceful, poetry-loving dragon, and St. George the dragon-slayer, who is engaged by the villagers to kill him. Together with the help of the dragon's friend, they stage a rousing fake battle.
In a country where men seem more interested in their electronic gadgets than in their peers, a group of lonely and disillusioned women take the Limbo Limbo bus. Off to a far exotic country, they hope to find happiness.
An animated silent film on the battle of Jutland, plus the sinking of the Hindenburg.
The girls and boys of this world are in a constant war with each other: the boys have occupied an abandoned city while the girls live in a hidden forest. But when Albert, one of the boys, wounds a girl during a battle he decides to take care of her and follow her into her forest. Suddenly a new world opens up for him, and the revealing secrets Albert is about to discover changes him, and the rest of the world with him.
A Mel-O-Toons production
In Démontable, our domestic space turns into a world reminiscent of Gulliver’s Travels, invaded by miniature projections of the outside world. “A funny, playful film on the absurd relationship between daily life and global news. The level of media saturation we’re bombarded with creates an absurd distortion and distance between our daily routine and current affairs. Démontable explores this bizarre melange of realities by throwing the two worlds together: attack helicopters shred a newspaper, while a dinner plate suffers a drone strike. They’re a series of attempts to try and understand our world better by playing with its violent protagonists
Sambatown is a story about three characters trapped in a love triangle. The film takes place somewhere in the african-americas, mixing the santeria elements to the carnivals from the old-times.
An android is trapped inside of a large maze. The maze is vast and filled with many surprises.
Kevin, a small town business owner, uses his best friend and bodyguard to solve his issues in this animated comedy.
To the sound of the title song being sung by a campfire, a cow and her calf are bedding down for the night. The calf is frightened by a shadow, until it's revealed to be a jackrabbit. He follows the rabbit deep into the woods, but neither of them notices the wolf following until it's too late for the calf. The calf is trapped in a niche under some rocks, which the wolf quickly digs out. The wolf is closing in on the calf when the rabbit tries to distract him, to no avail.
An animated science-fiction short directed by Matthew Hood.
It's Christmas Eve, and Irv the Elf is usually the Santa's helper who helps get the reindeer in the air, but this year, things are a little different. Somehow, Irv's gotten trapped inside a plastic snow globe, and now a couple of kids named Heidi and Alex are going to have to team up with the heroes from their favorite fairy tales like Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Pinocchio, in order to make sure Christmas happens for boys and girls all over the world.
A short-length feature film based on The Doraemons, a spin-off of the long-running series, Doraemon. It premiered on March 9, 2002 in Japan on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Kingdom. The movie's original plot was written by Fujiko F. Fujio and Motoo Abiko. During the 2002 FIFA World Cup, The movie "The Doraemons: Goal! Goal! Goal!" had shown to the world, to celebrated The Doraemons (because the 2002 FIFA World Cup is the first ever FIFA World Cup had all the 7 teams came from 7 countries of The Doraemons: Japan (Doraemon) as host, Brazil (Dora-rinho), Spain (El Matadora), USA (Dora-the-Kid), China PR (Wang Dora), Saudi Arabia (Dora-med III) and Russia (Dora-nichov)).
A Doraemons film. It premiered on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita's the Legend of the Sun King. The movie's original plot was written by Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko.