“Paste of Love” is a love story between a piece of toothpaste (Frank) and an electric toothbrush (Nancy). Frank loves Nancy very much and he sees her every night on the other side of the sink. One night he sees her again and decides to risk the dangerous trip around the sink so that he can be with her.
The famous ship called Mayflower is trapped amidst a huge storm. The entire story is narrated by a church-mouse called Willum, from his viewpoint. The tale begins with the pilgrim preachers deciding to move to America and getting aboard the Mayflower. However, because of the huge storm, the ship gets on the verge of sinking. Then, Willum, the pilgrim mouse, comes up with an idea to save the ship. When the pilgrims land safely, they write the Mayflower Compact and start constructing their new church and colony. However, it is already the autumn season and they do not have much food stored for the winter. The pilgrims then learn to plant crops during the spring season and celebrate a big feast toward the onset of the autumn season or fall. This is their first Thanksgiving celebration.
When it rains, sometimes Little Bear plays indoors...and sometimes Little Bear plays outdoors. Either way, Little Bear and his friends know how to have fun. A rainy day never puts a damper on Little Bear’s adventures - whether he is acting in a play or puddle jumping.
Hundreds of years into the future, endless wars have isolated and besieged the last pocket of civilization on this planet, thanks to the Mayor of the City the enemy is kept outside, and production levels are at an all time high. Then a spy plane arrives, but is it really a spy?
A very short film about members of a community who one by one suffer murder and assassination by various methods. So much sadness, pain, suffering, by children, mates, couples separated, friends lost. Fear and horror are always present, watching their loved ones being murdered, some in a slow deliberate manner, that will horrify the sensitivities of the tenderest among you.
The Story of Flibber-O-Loo: the parable of the Good Samaritan. Through rhyme and song, kids learn that loving your neighbor means helping those in need - even if they don't live next door! Rack, Shack & Benny: When Nebby K. Nezzer builds a 90-foot chocolate bunny, three guys named Rack, Shack and Benny learn just how risky it can be to stand up for your beliefs in this side-splitting retelling of the classic Bible story - Shadrach, Meshach and Abenego and the Fiery Furnace! Josh and the Big Wall: Surrounded by huge walls and bristling with really annoying peas, no one gets to the Promised Land with out going through Jericho first! Joshua has God's directions, but they sound kind of ... well, weird. In the end, Joshua and the children of Israel have to decide whether it's better to do things their way or God's way!
French short film produced by Action Synthèse
"Among ...Sadeghi's most iconic projects during his time at Kanoon was Malek ol-Khorshid (King of the Sun, 1975), a magical animation inspired by the tenth-century Persian epic The Shahnameh (The Book of Kings)." (from Ubu Web)
Tomek Milkowski is an comic-books' illustrator. But his chef doesn't like his drawings. He tells Tomek to make up something really cool, if the boy doesn't want to loose his job. The illustrator has a guest. It's a bird Tri-Tri from stories about Mr. Kleks. Tomek takes the book and decides to illustrate it as a comic book.
A crazy, irresistible, intense, spectacular car chase between police and four unlikely accomplices.
A film about a couple moving into their first home.
This half-hour family special is a delightful combination of animated adaptations of classic holiday songs - performed by top stars ranging from Frank Sinatra to Macy Gray - plus live-action shots. The animated segments feature classic and all-new recordings of well-known holiday songs and are visually conceived through the skills of several top animators of a group of adorable 4 to 8-year old children, as well as by short live-action pieces that celebrate the holiday spirit of giving, sharing, and loving.
Jerky but smiling characters from this short film will take the audience through this animated pageant inspired by a book by Thomas Hobbes called 'The Leviathan', written in 1651.
8 Disney cartoons from the late '30s and '40s centering on different sports.
Enter Hamlet is a collage of images in cartoon form of a word put in balloon in each jump-cut scene as that word is said by the narrator Maurice Evans during his “To be or not to be…” soliloquy recording.
A tiny green bear (the Trickster) tries his best to impress a group of animals with his annoying tricks.
Early abstract 3d stereoscopic animation by Norman McLaren collaborator Gretta Ekman.
Early abstract 3D film by animation master Norman McLaren and collaborator Evelyn Lambart.