Dokin-chan sings and dances on a big stage with a gorgeous set. Finally she she appears to have the chance to host a variety show. The calendar is flipped over as we look back over the episodes of previous seasons.
Cutout animation exploring mysticism through the elements in domestic Americana.
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Two toys fall in love in a clock.
Words that start with the letter O, P, and R. A typographic animation.
An animated short about The Velvet Underground's first gig in 1965 in front of a crowd of shocked kids at a suburban New Jersey High School.
The title says it all about Phil Brough’s technically astounding and totally hilarious animation about a city on the brink of a fiery apocalypse.
Carol Connor, an introverted university biology student, was scratched by a cat which had been used in an experiment. Later that same evening, when she attempted to shut down an experiment in Dr. Baker's lab she was exposed to "Sigma radiation." As a result, Carol found she had developed a cat's agility and claw-like fingernails. She was also superhumanly strong and could see in the dark almost as well as during the day.
TaoTao is an anime series about the eponymous Taotao, a small panda. In the stories, Taotao has adventures with his animal friends and listens to the stories of his mother, the mommy panda. The series includes a film in 1981 and a 52-episode series in 1983. It was produced as a Chinese-Japanese joint venture.
When aquatic aliens plot to take over the planet, the world aquanaut security patrol are called in to battle the aliens.
Hasse is 8 years old. His parents are drinking and arguing. Every day Hasse picks up his diary from the hideout behind the radiator to write down his thoughts.
A parade of animated cats.
Daylight moves through a room. Or is it the room that moves?
This little-seen and little-discussed film combines animation with self-reflexive, live action segments to embody the anarchic, satiric spirit of the poet and playwright Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893-1930). The film also showcases Sergei Yuktevich's fondness for formal experimentation. It is nominally adapted from Mayakovsky's play "The Bedbug" and his screenplay "Forget All About the Fireplace."
The Cat in the Hat joins Nick and Sally who are exploring the backyard when something extraordinary finds them-a flying robotic dog. The robot lands and does some exploring of his own, gulping up rock samples and photographing the Cat, Nick, Sally, and Fish before blasting off back into space. What was that thing? Where did it come from? Where is it going? The Cat in the Hat fires up his Space-ama-racer and whisks Nick, Sally and Fish off on a cosmic adventure in search of the robot. Together, they survive a dust storm on the surface of Mars, rocket through an asteroid belt, and then narrowly escape being sucked into Jupiter by its huge gravitational pull. Ultimately, they hitch a ride on a comet that leads them all safely back to the Space Station, along with plenty of space samples, and stories and even a small souvenir that follows The Cat in the Hat and our crew back to Earth.
Tao-Tao the baby rabbit has arguments with their friends, then discovers echoes.
A rebel soldier seeks revenge for his fallen comrades. He hunts down all the remaining battle suits from the previous war with a large armor piercing rifle. Carying the dog tags of his comrades and ritualistically smearing his face with blood at every battle.