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Description: In an ominous atmosphere, a bus halts. Black-dressed characters bring an inflatable gorilla to life. While they have the roaring ape stomp across an industrial looking part of town, plants and animals dart out.
Description: The circle of life. A mantis gets eaten by a frog, the frog is been swallowed by a stork while the stork itself is eaten by a crocodile before the crocodile gets shot by a hunter.
Description: A trailer is recorded on the set of a disaster film that could entice a mass audience. But it turns out the staging and the voice-over, modelled on the American example, don’t go together well for the character in the doomsday scenario.
Description: In a Forest takes the viewer in an unexpected transformation from one reality to the next. With the visual lexicon of a thriller, this movie introduces an exciting pursuit through a forest that ends on a movie set. During the pursuit the expectations of the viewer are being challenged. This is a movie about believing in an illusion.
Description: A zany, musical street film about two old mates and a badger who embark on an excessively grand adventure. Starring the musical duo Knutsen & Ludvigsen, globe popular in Norway.
Description: Join the Care Bears for a Halloween-themed journey filled with friendship and nice cheer. The Bears present the power of caring and sharing as they transform terrible dreams into sweet ones, solve the mystery of the legendary Scare Bear, and save Care-a-Lot from turning into Grump-a-Lot in this delicious collection that children and their families will love!
Description: Produced by Larry Keating for AT&T. “THE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER is an perfect introductory informational movie that dispels some of the “mystery” of computer-art technology, as it clarifies the important human input of integrity, artistic sensibilities, and aesthetics… Ms. Schwartz’s voice over narration explains what she hoped to accomplish in the excerpts from a number of her movies and gives insight into the artist’s issues and decisions… I would suggest THE ARTIST AND THE COMPUTER for all grade levels, in classes on filmmaking, art appreciation, and human values.
Description: "In Landfall, viewers are surrounded by a purple-hued jaunt across the hills and valleys of synthesized countryside. Moments of geometric clarity flicker into view, showing the façade of a building or the corner of an imagined site. However, as these details and forms come into view, their rearrangements and reconfigurations reinforce an ambivalent feeling toward their construction and usefulness. As the upper half of the video becomes occupied by a ceiling of stripped stalactites, the glimmers of architecture become more pronounced, testing off the details of the zone that has formed around us. " - Nicholas O'Brien
Description: "Like much of Sabrina Ratté’s video work, this collection for Undervolt & Co. explores the visual and sonic relationship between modular synthesis and simulated space. In all three pieces – Littoral Zones, Landfall, and Habitat – Ratté uses her signature modulator technique to intricately layer a series of moirés and checkerboards that bring depth to the otherwise flat surface of the video screen. Where others make depth through recording or simulating hallways and tunnels, Ratté bends the signal of the video itself to carve out corridors of an undetermined distance." - Nicholas O'Brien
Description: "It’s not until we arrive at Habitat does the wandering eye of Ratté’s interlocuteur search respite in a cascading curved form soaked in the color of a pale sunset. The revelation of this habitat creates a visual serenity rarely found within the quivering feedback lines previously employed in Ratté’s work. The simplicity and exactness of the vertical lines that dance across the screen in Habitat recommend a type of transcendental comeback at a near-perfect modular frequency where the input and output harmonize. These lines are pulled back like scene curtains to expose once more the gleaming horizon, this time delicately tinged with a rainbow spectrum created from gamma ramped signal saturation." - Nicholas O'Brien
Description: Ten-year-old Trenk, peasant and property of evil Sir Wertolt, wants to become a knight and gratis his family. His sword may be heavier than himself, but with unflagging practice, he's later ready to take on terrifying dragons and save damsels in distress - before conquering their hearts! "Trenk, the Tiny Knight' is the highly anticipated fresh animated detail from the producers of "Lilly The Witch." Set in the Middle Ages, it details marvelously drawn and colourful backdrops along with storylines whose castles, competitions and courtly society convey a realistic, authentic depiction of medieval life. It says the deeply moving storyline of a young man who gotta learn what heroism and courage are before he rises from lowly peasant to shining knight. Based on the bestselling ebooks by Kirsten Boie.
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A woman who keeps growing additional fingers lives as a recluse due to bullying. When she sees a possible solution to her condition, it takes her on a path to a much various outcome.It is interesting, and probably advantageous, to read about the thought process behind this most odd film. I saw this on Short of the Week, and in the write-up the director spoke about thoughts about automation of the email service and the impact on the workforce. Knowing it has roots in reasonable thoughts, and that the absurd fantasy grew from such ordinary roots is interesting, and makes me appreciate the movie for what it came from and where it ended up. Without this context though, it is perhaps less successful – or at least narratively. This would be because the moral is cute easy in the end, and all the weird items just seems pasted on top.That weird items is still engaging though – but moreso when you know the root of it all. Without this (my first viewing) I didn't receive into it, and found it weird for weirds' sake. I still appreciated the animation, the globe that was created, and the commitment to that globe despite its madness.
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