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Description: Begone Dull Care shines with his masterful test of scratching and painting on movie stock. In Begone Dull Care, McLaren adds complexity to Lye’s compositions, emphasising sound/visual synchronisation and generating depth on his android canvas. The movie gives warmth and movement to compositions resembling a constantly morphing Jackson Pollock painting, yet never fails to remind us of its very calculated aesthetics when it suddenly adapts to the score’s slower movements and shifts from expressionistic and oversaturated explosions to minimalist vertical lines that vibrate accordingly to Oscar Peterson’s piano. (cont. http://sensesofcinema.com/2005/cteq/begone_dull_care/)
Description: Based on James Thurber's short-story about a mild, henpecked boy who, while preparing his breakfast, looks out the window and sees a unicorn eating flowers in the garden. He rushes upstairs to inform his domineering wife, and she accuses him of being crazy and threatens to have him place away. He persists that he did see a unicorn in the garden, and she smartphones for the authorities to come take him away. But when they arrive, with strait-jackets, they search the wife rambling and raving about seeing the unicorn, and promptly take her away.
Description: One day Tord accidentally walks in to the apartment next to his own. Other person called Tord lives there, he has just moved in. Tord and Tord begin to spend time with every other.
Description: Old Fangs is a storyline about a young boy in the shape of a tiny wolf (referred to as Wolf), being confused and frustrated about his childhood. He has very fond memories of his father and his very early life living isolated in the forest, with his entire family. His father, as the young Wolf remembers it, was a very powerful person, a loner, but responsible, skilled and brave. The classical father figure.
Description: A hungry mosquito spots and follows a boy on his method home. The mosquito slips into the room where the boy is sleeping, and gets ready for a meal. His first attempts startle the boy and wake him up, but the mosquito is very persistent.
Description: In this animated short, director Peter Foldès depicts one man’s descent into greed and gluttony. Rapidly dissolving and ever-evolving photos make a contrast between abundance and want. One of the first movies to test pc animation, this satire serves as a cautionary tale vs self-indulgence in a globe still plagued by hunger and poverty.
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Description: The fauna of the megalopolis, the jungle of the supermarket, the bedlam of brothels and bars, the result of the bars in the fog, the swaying ears of corn, the swaying of boys hanging from the gallows, the ripple of water – seen by the eye of the animator…
Description: When Dale and Frank spark an environmental catastrophe that threatens to destroy the whole planet, these clueless hosers gotta travel back in time to set the future right.
Description: Mussorgsky's composition is the soundtrack for this pin-screen animated take on night and wild things. A scarecrow blows down, clouds transport by quickly. Beings take shape; a city appears, animals flee, and a horse gallops by. A kid looks on. Creatures run and float by: the phantasmagoric is everywhere. A woman's figure tumbles through space. A clash ensues. The horse falls. Goblins take control. The night and its denizens are relentless. Forms appear and become grotesque. Will dawn and calm ever come?
Description: Ivan and his three brothers are sent to protect the fields again so mysterious culprit responsible for destroying the wheat crop. Lo and behold that culprit is a magic pony who leads them on the enchanted journey filled with wondrous encounters.
Description: Frustrated at being the only straight flamingo in a gay flock, our character falls in love with a lady stork who flies by. Unable to convince her of his serious intentions, he isolates himself and endures an identity crisis. An intensive encounter inspires him to create a bold move.
Description: Uncle Beans and the children are off to visit a haunted ship ('The Phantom') trapped in the ice, hoping to search pirate treasure. They encounter all manner of ghosts and goblins, but eventually search what they've been looking for. When Beans tries to warm up by throwing some chairs in a stove and lighting it, he thaws out a pair of pirates that chase the trio around. They treasure-seekers are eventually forced back into their plane and they decide to fly away.
Description: Nearly 15 years in the making, Chris Sullivan's Consuming Spirits is a meticulously constructed tour de force of experimental animation. Shooting frame by frame in 16mm, Sullivan seamlessly blends together a range of techniques—cutout animation, pencil drawing, collage, and stop-motion animation—into a distinct, signature visual style. In the process, he constructs a hypnotic, layered narrative, a suspenseful gothic tale that tracks the intertwined lives of three kindred spirits working at a local newspaper in a Midwestern rust belt town. The accumulation of these photos builds to a nice atmospheric effect, achieved through an adroit combination of inventive set design, ever-shifting visual perspectives, fluid camera movements, a vivid color palette, and a haunting melody track. Sullivan succeeds in creating, with nice artistry, a hermetic, self-contained globe emanating from his own special and vivid imagination. (Jon Gartenberg, Tribeca Movie Festival)
Description: It's the most unbelievable time of the year, but the pigs are up to their usual tricks. They test to receive away with the Birds' Christmas presents! After bickering with every other, Red and Bomb bird mount a bold gift rescue down the steep mountain slopes.
Description: An exceptionally moving portrayal of the work of sculptor Alberto Giacometti, whose work with wire and clay figures in his Paris studio is shown at two various points in his life: once when his obsession with perfection leads to a poor dream and later, when his chronic smoking causes his death and he receives a unique benediction from his creations.
Description: A young priest is ordered to preside over the wake of witch in a tiny old wooden church of a remote village. This means spending three nights alone with the corpse with only his faith to protect him.
Description: A determined young boy, Ragu, is sent by his master on his final quest to become a monk. A seemingly easy task becomes an unexpected challenge for Ragu as he discovers the true value of his quest.
Description: The good, the bad, and the drop-dead gorgeous. The train en route to Sunshine Hill Town holds six very deadly and pretty women. In the days of stagecoaches, cowboys, and highway robbery. On this particular day when a steam-train hauling valuable cargo is hijacked by rogue bandits, it's up to 6 female strangers to save the day. These ladies prove that you don't have to be a boy to stop the terrible guys.
Description: The silent scandal of a utility pole, secretly lighting the outskirts of the city. The storyline is set during the nostalgic time before cellular smartphones in Japan, and says the love storyline of a human and a utility pole. Elemi the power pole becomes infatuated with electrician Mr.Takahashi. Pretending she is human, she decides to ring him. But this contact is forbidden in the law of power poles. Eventually, rumors spread all over city and Elemi is summoned to court.
Description: Known as the god of manga and the father of anime, Tezuka Osamu's pioneering, unparalleled career is without rival for its extraordinary range of visual styles. Included in this set are some of Osamu s most legendary works, including Pictures at an Exhibition and Legend of the Forest. The former combines 10 individual short vignettes to make stunning visual riffs on classic fine art. But the 30-minute Legend of the Forest is the animator's masterpiece. Kimstim and Kino are proud to release this astonishingly imaginative collection of Osamu s 13 most innovative pieces, many of which are the master s own private favorites.
Description: When problem strikes at the Blue Mountain Quarry, Thomas is sent to support his Narrow Gauge engine friends. While shunting and hauling, he catches a glimpse of a tiny engine trying to hide, yet no one will deliever any clues to the engine's identity. Thomas is determined to receive to the bottom of the mystery but discovering the truth is harder than he imagined! Will Thomas be able to save his fresh friend? Or will the mysterious engine be sent away from Sodor forever? Travel on an exciting adventure with Thomas and his mates in his largest film ever, tracking down clues, discovering lost engines, and revealing the power of friendship!
Description: Conceivably the greatest of all of Breer’s movies to date – has more to do with figuration, according to Breer’s formulation regarding games with letters or numbers. This becomes clear right away as the game letters are intercut with a flurry of fish swimming past the frame lines, which are made all the more literal through the associative chain established by a snippet of Schubert’s Trout Quintet heard on the soundtrack, along with footsteps – which continue over a profusion of another shapes, colors, and objects, including the game letters again. -- Jonathan Rosenbaum
Description: Terrible Ivan Olsen is plagued by issues bullied at school and constantly pursued by a gang whose best pleasure is filling his pants with water. And when Ivan gets home, his dad doesn't have much sympathy for him either because he is crazy about Tarzan and fails to appreciate Ivan's finer qualities. But one day Ivan gets the possibility to live up all of his dad's expectations and give the bullies at school a lesson they will never forget. The large question is whether having superpowers makes life any easier?
Description: When Caro and Marce go on holiday they search a fresh friend, Buji, and just like Dibu, she is a cartoon animated kid. Abu, Pepe, Víctor, Leo and Dibu are left alone at home and they have quite an journey when they decide to sign-up Dibu in a go-cart race.
Description: The Kimagure Orange Street series centers on a teenage romantic triangle: Hikaru and Madoka were greatest mates until they fell for Kyosuke, an understated character with psychic powers. In 1991, the 19-year-old Kyosuke is struck by vehicle and propelled three years into the future, where he tries to understand the changes that have taken zone in his world. Madoka and Hikaru have grown up to become a promising songwriter and a student of drama and dance, respectively; the older Kyosuke is a student-photographer on assignment in Bosnia. The trouble of two Kyosukes coexisting is played for laughs, including a sequence where the 22-year-old Kyosuke counsels his younger self. The filmmakers expect the viewer to know the characters from the OAVs, although designs have been changed. The effect is a Pax-style romantic fantasy, rather than a sci-fi adventure.
Description: In the weeks leading up to the grand air present young Su-27 warrior by the name of Knight comes to the disciples to aircraft leading figures, which are taken to prepare it for the competition. But Knight forget about classes, when the ears falls in love with a charming light aircraft lightning, not knowing what it is - an assistant cruel and evil Thunder warrior who wants to deal with the Knight. Would love to victory the Knight Lightning? A time to destroy evil plans of Thunder? And most importantly - will the champion of the Knight airshow?
Description: The Nutshell Children (Stories included are: Alligators All Around, Pierre, One Was Johnny, Chicken Soup with Rice) - Melody Composed and Sung by Carole King. Where the Wild Things Are - Melody and Narration by Peter Schickele (aka PDQ Bach) In the Night Kitchen - Narrated by Peter Schickele (aka PDQ Bach) Plus: Getting to Know Maurice Sendak (Interview/Documentary)
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Then again I may be biased as I did grow up watching the Golden Movies animations, and slowly going through re-watching them(as well as the Burbank and Jetlag animations) a lot of them are sweet and likable. Golden Films' ver of Beauty and the Beast is no exception. It is not as nice as their versions of Thumbelina, The Tiny Mermaid and Pinocchio, but one that does deserve to be judged on its own merits rather than be compared to any another version.(just for the record the 1991 Disney movie is one of my absolute favourites and I admit I do prefer it, but that doesn't stop me from liking this version) The animation is not nice really, I did think the colours were quite nice, but the backgrounds can lack fluidity and some of the hero designs didn't work for me, Beast especially looks goofy. However, the melody is wonderful, the opening song The Beauty in the Beast is a true charmer and there are some classical melody favourites like Clair De Lune(Debussy), Traumerai(Schumann), Carnival of the Animals(Saint Saens) and The Nutcracker Suite(Tchaikovsky). The storyline has some additions like Clara, who I loved as a character, and is a tiny truer than the Disney movie to the fairytale, and is very easy and sweet. I did like the story-book structure also. The dialogue also has a pretty feel to it, again it's easy but, apart from a couple of childish moments, unlike Jetlag's Alice in Wonderland for example it wasn't overly so. The characters are engaging on the whole, you do warm to the Beast and Beauty is a likable protagonist. The voice work is interesting, everytime emotive and never passive. Overall, a nice charming animation, the music, storyline and characters more than create up for the wanting animation quality. 8/10 Bethany Cox
I admit, I am a sucker for just about anything animated, especially if it happens to be based on a fairy tale. This movie, for all its technical failings has a charm unto itself. Sure its a easy and childish interpretation, but that is what its supposed to be. I honestly really liked the addition of the hero Clara. She was really a kick. I know this was made for tiny children, but I thought that the design for the beast was more goofy than scary. They should have tried a tiny harder on that. Other thing that bothers me about a nice chunk of the films released by Nice Times ent. is the soundtrack. It's distracting to have familiar classical melody constantly testing in the background. This is one of the better Nice Times films, and worth a watch for your tiny ones (or if you're an animation junkie like with an appreciation for the lower budgeted productions).
This film is generic rubbish. You know those ridiculous Japanese low-budget cartoons of the 80's where there was almost no animation, just a bunch of still prints moving across a background? The ones where the character's lower jaw just bobbed up and down when they spoke? Well this film is not far removed from them. And it was made in 1992? They're kidding, right? You'd have to be stunningly demented to call this film stunningly charming. Oh, and watch out for the long coffee-like stain on the left of the screen visible throughout the whole movie. It's not on your monitor, it's in the film. No, I'm not joking. Do yourself a favor and don't waste your time with this pauper's ver of the classic.
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