Western

Western 1990

A lone eagle guides us towards a secluded canyon where two gunfighters silently face-off, each waiting for an opening.

The House That Jack Built

The House That Jack Built 1976

Story about the cow with the crumpled horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that Jack built.

Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon

Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon 1972

Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon was Australia's first animated feature film,[2] released in 1972 and directed by Eric Porter. The two sequence directors were Porter's animation director Cam Ford (who had previously worked on the Beatles' Yellow Submarine) and Peter Gardiner.

The New Adventures of Robin Hood

The New Adventures of Robin Hood 1992

The Crusades had finished and Robin Hood and his band of merry men had disbanded. That is until the Sheriff of Nottingham escapes with the much valued Crown Jewels of the King.

The Apprentice

The Apprentice 1991

Medieval times. A jester is heading to the castle, but can't help running into a fruit tree in his path. Again and again. After a while, he lands nose-down and when he gets up, his nose remains stuck in the ground. He gives up, and we see that "wise" people aren't faring much better. He returns to his master, who gives him a replacement nose and sets off on an easier path.

Elf 17

Elf 17 1987

Muscat Tyler is the 108th prince of the Galaxy Empire, who is known as the eccentric persons. He travels around the universe accompanying a Walking Arsenal, K.K, and Lu of the Light Wing Race, the strongest creature in the universe. Where they go, there is a trouble.

The Magic Tree

The Magic Tree 1970

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.

The Boy and the Snow Goose

The Boy and the Snow Goose 1984

This animated short tells the story of a young boy who finds an injured snow goose and nurses it back to health. Constant companions through the sun-filled days of summer, the two sadly separate in the fall when the bird obeys the call to join its flock for the annual flight south. Will the friendship endure?

The Bronswik Affair

The Bronswik Affair 1978

This funny yet serious short film demonstrates the effectiveness of advertising and the marketing machine. Its comic appeal lies in the characters and the absurd situations they find themselves in, but it also shines a harsh light on our tendency towards needless consumerism prompted by a steady flow of commercials.

Feet of Song

Feet of Song 1988

Joyful, androgynous forms shimmy across the screen to the sound of world-beat music.

Croakus Pocus

Croakus Pocus 1971

After waiting 400 years for a first kiss, the witch gets impatient and decides to make a brew that will make her attractive. She needs a hair of a frog to complete her brew, so Toro and Pancho is in the chase to avoid being caught by the witch.

Ten Miles to the Gallop

Ten Miles to the Gallop 1973

Hoot, thinking it's impossible to catch Crazywolf on his horse Fester, he replaces him with a police-car. Crazywolf of course makes it impossible for him to catch him even with his car.

Digging to China

Digging to China 1977

Slated for inclusions on the Boston based Infinity Factory educational program alongside Map Projections, Digging to China explores a familiar childhood activity on a global scale.

Map Projections

Map Projections 1977

In what would become a familiar theme throughout his carrer, Jarnow explores the earth from above, invoking Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion and the Gnomic map to illustrate different geometric and compromise projections.