A movie based on book and record by Hans Alfredson.
A way for summer by Bolek and Lolek.
A lone eagle guides us towards a secluded canyon where two gunfighters silently face-off, each waiting for an opening.
A dune buggy-riding Woody tangles with Miss Meany and her extremely hot chili and beans.
An Indian tries to scalp Woody in order to use his feathers to make a headdress and win the hand of the Indian Chief's daughter.
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
A star-driven spiraling machine of hallucinatory wonder!
When the neglected and unloved brother Mavungu finally leaves home, he finds a tree blocking the river and frees the people imprisoned within the tree. Based on a folk tale from the Congo.
Animation based on Daniel Defoe's novel
Six of the best-loved nursery rhymes retold, with some extremely amusing twists, by the master of the comic and blood-curdling, Roald Dahl.
A short Estonian animation about a man's desire to fly.
Conceived in 1930, but not realised until 1972 with the support of Robert Darroll.
A short animated film by Tadanari Okamoto.
Short film by Kurosaka Keita.
Tezuka Osamu crafts a love story in the time when humans are expanding into space at the end of the 21st century, employing an omnibus form similar to Bradbury's "Martian Chronicle." Leaving the earth after marriage, a woman is left behind in space when her husband suddenly dies of a cosmic disease. Her friends on the Earth head for space to save the woman who was once everyone's ideal lady. Tezuka Osamu emphasizes his concepts that "love can save the earth" and "only love can save humans."