Take Five

Take Five 1972

Early experimental film from Zbigniew Rybczynski that broke new ground in the use of pixelation, optical printing, animation and other compositional film devices. Beautiful jazz score and color usage.

Beyond Picasso

Beyond Picasso 1986

Schwartz reordered and combined angular contours, broken planes, and distorted proportions in her own pictorial structures in an homage to Picasso's style.

Harapeko Museum

Harapeko Museum

There is a strange museum somewhere in the world. The museum is called HARAPEKO MUSEUM, or Hungry Museum. There are many kinds of colourful foods exhibited. At night they wake up in their frames and start to move freely. .

The Adventures of Ricardo

The Adventures of Ricardo 1993

A day in the life of young boy with a distorted vision of the world. 3 short little claymation episodes - Ricardo Discovers "Sex," Ricardo's Hero and Ricardo's Birthday.

Stone

Stone 1975

Independent, stop motion animation by Aihara Nobuhiro, combining drawings and real landscapes.

Helen Keller: Angel of Love and Light

Helen Keller: Angel of Love and Light 1981

Based on the story of Helen Keller who at a very young age was left deaf and blinded by an illness. But she fought through the obstacles, trying to live a normal life as possible. She became on of the first disabled rights-pioneers.

Accident

Accident 1973

Jules Engel's Accident (1973) is a two-fold work of lithography and experimental animation to equally assert this awareness in the history of art, cinema, and experimental animation. Aside from a surface language of animal locomotion, the primacy of the frame as a principle of timing acceleration, deceleration and variation is fulfilled in the collective Muybridge, Engel and Deleuze. (stephenherbert.co.uk)

Rain Dance

Rain Dance 1988

A farming family and their livestock dance during a much-needed downpour in this Quay Brothers short made for Sesame Street.

The Scolding

The Scolding 1971

A political cartoon in which reformer Melquíades Álvarez faces off with monarchist Juan de la Cierva.

The Immune System: Your Magic Doctor

The Immune System: Your Magic Doctor

Learn about the body's most important line of defense- the immune system. This film reviews the immune system's various components, showing how they defend the body against invading bacteria and viruses, and also explains what happens when the immune system is not functioning properly. Important factors contributing to the maintenance of a healthy immune system are also discussed. Animation shows how the body stays well, fights disease and heals injuries. Sometimes antibiotics or immunization are needed. Also explains AIDS.