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Description: Welcome to the globe of Nara; a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings. There are lots of necessary lessons to be learnt when the Piplings enjoy a minigame of Tricky Kicky, and when Yojojo tries to receive his mangoes to ripen and his songbird to begin singing again! Plus, the Cheebies support the Piplings in their attempts to share equally and Yojojo gets the hiccups! Come and join the fun and togetherness of the Piplings and Cheebies – because everything in Waybuloo is better together!
Description: A Zone Where There Are Moths depicts the conflict between drab concrete block apartment living and the natural environment in Japanese cities. The forces of nature are represented by the motif of a tree whose leaves metamorphose into orange moths and take over a middle-aged woman's apartment, pushing her room higher and higher within the building.
Description: The description of Suwami Nogami's minimalistic line drawing piece, Imagination Practice, calls it an unending "thought loop". It depicts an artist sitting in front of a window with a self-portrait, like a miniature mirror image, on the desk in front of him. The window frame and the blue sky filled with moving clouds are in colour, but the figure of the artist is not coloured in. The soundtrack sounds like a skipping record that is punctuated by humourous springing noises (a la Bugs Bunny) as the photo 'bounces' in an unending loop from the establishing shot into the "drawing." A philosophical piece, Imagination Practice considers the circular dialogue between an artist and his work.
Description: Iki mixes old and fresh technologies to make a movie that evokes both the sights and sounds (hum of cicadas) of a hot Japanese summer. Black and white photographs of a Shinto shrine, summer landscape and an old Japanese-style house deliever the backdrop and CGI technology adds the visual interest in the form of an unusual tiny woman and her ghostly frog companion. The ghost in this storyline is more a curiosity than something scary, and the test of a fish-eye lens and another distortions recommend both the sweltering humidity of summer and also imply that the frog is an imaginary creation of the young protagonist
Description: In Kei Oyama's grim Consultation Room, a medical diagnosis triggers a wave of traumatic fantasies, portrayed in greyish pencil drawings that waver as if left out for too long in the rain.
Description: The dialogue in question takes zone between a woman, who appears to be submerged in water, and a boy who sits by a tree on sandy soil. The messages the couple sends back and forth to one other take the form of metaphor: a seed, a fish, a thorn, and so on.
Description: Tetsuji Kurashige's nightmarish U-SA-GUI (2002) starts by citing a section from Brillat-Savarin's 1825 treatise, The Physiology of Taste, in which the renowned French epicure suggests that stimulating foods, meats in particular, can have an influence on one's dreams. The movie depicts a macabre minigame played by two rabbits and a blindfolded woman. The rabbits face every another over an old-fashioned illustrated board game. When they land on a square, the girl gotta eat the meal indicated in the illustration. If she has selected correctly, a die pops out of her mouth and lands on the floor giving the rabbits their next move.
Description: Gestalt was shot over the course of a year in a Tokyo dormitory. Every day, Ishida would paint on the wall and photograph it using the accessible light from the window. The 7-minute long film, which is accompanied by haunting organ melody composed by J.S. Bach, consists of those few seconds of movie Ishida shot daily.
Description: A storyline set in a globe before ours. A globe in chaos where forces of nice and evil war and mingle. By doing so, it creates the possibility to give birth to the fresh world. A couple of winged beings create love and fly away. They bear a kid in an egg, and when the kid opens its eyes they are instantly destroyed, one consumed by fire and the another by water. Mythical, elemental and mysterious, the globe created by Tsuji is dangerous, menacing and suffuse with signs of apocalypse, but somehow simultaneously tender and compassionate. A Feather Stare at the Dark captures easy gestures and primal feelings and amplifies them, realising the non-verbal and non-literal with remarkable grace.
Description: The holiday period has started. Everyone tries to receive out of the stuffy city, including Mrs. McDonald and her three cats: mother Lauren and the kittens Lucy and Lionel. Mrs. McDonald is very proud of her cats because she considers them very well cared for and highly educated. Lauren however knows better. She has a lot of problem especially with Lucy who is a true wild one. And indeed, as Mrs. McDonald and her cats arrive at the resort, the issues start. Instead of behaving like a well-bred cat and laying in the sun all day, Lucy starts to discover the surrounding immediately. First Lauren is furious. But as it’s getting soon and darker and Lucy does not present up, the fear arises, that something really terrible should have happened to her.
Description: The plot of this Action/Romance short-film begins with the duel of Carl (Robot-Gladiator-Champion) and Zone Jesus. Before the finishing blow should land, rescue comes in the form of a Techno-Angel, who turns out to be Carl’s long lost love. So he changes sides and goes head to head vs Drill-Raptors, EggBeater-Scorpions and a mighty BBQ-Octopus.
Description: Two characters finding hope and coming together in the bleakest of moments. One marooned on a desolate planet and the another ruin landing on the same planet. Both have benefits to supporting every another search solace in this barren world.
Description: Rolling animated photos of kaleidoscopic heads, skeletons and another absurdities. Abstact, surreal and darkly comic. This short was Run Wrake's (as J.M. Wrake) graduation movie from The Royal College of Art, 1990
Description: All aboard for ghostly journeys as Percy has Thomas thinking he’s just seen a ghost! But on their next escapade, the tables turn when Percy puffs away into a giant pile of hay! Oliver learns that trucks can be troublesome and supports Donald and Douglas rescue Thomas, the cheeky, mischievous engine. So join in the festivities with Thomas & Friends™, where there are laughs and surprises around every bend!
Description: * Based on 3-volumed manga by Ranma Nekokichi. The storyline is about Tsukamoto Yuuji, a young buisnessman and nice swimmer, and Matsui Takahiro, who is still attending school and is also a beginner in swimming.
Description: This dazzling stop-motion animation provided Vorkapich with a forum to demonstrate complex perceptual theories similar to the persistence of vision and phi phenomenon. The dance of objects and their movements before the camera lens–somewhat related to Oskar Fischinger’s abstractions–illustrate many visual sensations playfully executed by Vorkapich.
Description: When Handy Manny is on the job, you know everything will receive fixed...even when the "job" is supporting search lost animals and bringing them home safely! Throw on you sneakers and receive ready to enjoy chase as Manny and hist squad of talkative softwares test constructive thinking and unique treats to round up the pets of Sheetrock Hills. Crunchy carrots do the trick when bunnies escape from the pet store, bananas might be gopher's favourite treats, and it turns out birds just love pretzels! And everyone falls in love with a tiny kitty who needs a nice home. Keep up and join Manny and all the unbelievable monsters in the community for fun and furry fix-it adventures!
Description: Animation based on the December 7, 2015 cover of The Fresh Yorker by graphic novelist Chris Ware, with voice recording of a mother worrying about her reaction to daughter’s first make-up.
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