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The Animation Show

The Animation Show (2003)

Starring: Don Hertzfeldt, Mike Judge

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Animation Show 4

Animation Show 4 (2008)

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The Animation Show - Year 4

The Animation Show - Year 4 (2008)

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Nine Nation Animation

Nine Nation Animation (2010)

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"Nine Nation Animation" presents a selection of recent award-winning animated short films from the world's most renowned festivals, including Cannes, Berlin, Annecy, Clermont-Ferrand and others. The program spans the globe and a wide variety of animation styles. A cat and a mouse carry on a dysfunctional relationship in a futuristic landscape. A Chinese monk sets out on foot with a tiger during the Tang dynasty and happens upon the giant Buddhas of Bamiyan. Two bluecollar workers dissect the meaning of "normal" life, as the world crumbles around them. A box of matches succumb, to their detriment, to the appeal of a cigarette.

Suspended Animation

Suspended Animation (2001)

Starring: Sage Allen,Laura Esterman,J.E. Freeman,Rebecca Harrell,Alex McArthur

Suspended Animation

Suspended Animation (2001)

Starring: Sage Allen,Laura Esterman,J.E. Freeman,Rebecca Harrell,Alex McArthur

Suspended Animation

Suspended Animation (2003)

Starring: Alex McArthur,Laura Esterman,Sage Allen,Rebecca Harrell Tickell,Fred Meyers

Consuming Spirits

Consuming Spirits (2012)

Starring: Robert Levy,Nancy Andrews,Chris Sullivan (XXVI),Chris Harris,Judith Rafael

Christopher Sullivan's animated dystopia is about as far from a cartoon-for-kids as they come. Relationships among the three main characters - Earl Gray, Gentian Violet, and Victor Blue - multiply and divide as their stories becomes increasingly complex, hilarious, and scary. The Huffington Post writes of the film's "insanely meticulous construction" and continues: "The animation took 15 years of work... The characters were hand-drawn onto layers of glass which were then moved with needles and pins. The film seamlessly combines cutout animation, pencil drawing, collage, and stop-motion animation to create the haunting atmosphere of a self-contained world... (most of whose) characters walk shakily between self-medication and a bad trip... ugly characters (who) make up the most beautiful spectacle you've ever seen."

Last Hijack

Last Hijack (2014)

Starring: Mohamed Nura,Nur Farax,Muna Abdelkadir Mirre,Abdifatah Omar Gedi

This riveting documentary combines animation and raw footage to examine the life of Mohamed, a successful Somali pirate. A tale of survival from a never-before-seen perspective, Last Hijack dives into the memories, dreams, and fears of a man often vilified, but rarely understood.(C) Filmbuff

How to Train Your Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson

The son of a Viking chief must capture a dragon in order to mark his passage into manhood and prove his worthiness to the tribe in directors Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois' adaptation of Cressida Cowell's popular children's book. Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse provide voices for the DreamWorks Animation production. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Hotel Transylvania 2

Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)

Starring: Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Mel Brooks

The hit CG-animated family comedy Hotel Transylvania gets a follow-up with this Sony Pictures Animation production.

Tales of the Night

Tales of the Night (2012)

Starring: Julien Beramis

Tales of the Night is renowned animation auteur Michel Ocelot's first foray into 3D animation. A hit at the Berlin Film Festival, the film extends the earlier shadow puppet style of Ocelot's Princes and Princesses, with black silhouetted characters set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with color and kaleidoscopic patterns - the subtle use of 3D creating a diorama-like effect. The film weaves together six exotic fables each unfolding in a unique locale, from Tibet, to medieval Europe, an Aztec kingdom, the African plains, and even the Land of the Dead. In Ocelot's storytelling, history blends with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to enchanted lands full of dragons, werewolves, captive princesses, sorcerers, and enormous talking bees - and each fable ends with its own ironic twist. -- (C) GKIDS

Tales of the Night

Tales of the Night (2012)

Starring: Julien Beramis,Marine Griset,Michael Elias,Michel Ocelot,Isabelle Guiard

Tales of the Night is renowned animation auteur Michel Ocelot's first foray into 3D animation. A hit at the Berlin Film Festival, the film extends the earlier shadow puppet style of Ocelot's Princes and Princesses, with black silhouetted characters set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with color and kaleidoscopic patterns - the subtle use of 3D creating a diorama-like effect. The film weaves together six exotic fables each unfolding in a unique locale, from Tibet, to medieval Europe, an Aztec kingdom, the African plains, and even the Land of the Dead. In Ocelot's storytelling, history blends with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to enchanted lands full of dragons, werewolves, captive princesses, sorcerers, and enormous talking bees - and each fable ends with its own ironic twist. -- (C) GKIDS

Entertainment

Entertainment (2015)

Starring: Gregg Turkington, Michael Cera, John C. Reilly

A broken, aging comedian tours the California desert, lost in a cycle of third-rate venues, novelty tourist attractions, and vain attempts to reach his estranged daughter. By day, he slogs through the barren landscape, inadvertently alienating every acquaintance. At night, he seeks solace in the animation of his onstage persona. Fueled by the promise of a lucrative Hollywood engagement, he trudges through a series of increasingly surreal and volatile encounters.

Rocks in my Pockets

Rocks in my Pockets (2014)

Starring: Signe Baumane

In the new animated gem Rocks in My Pockets, Latvian-born artist and filmmaker Signe Baumane tells five fantastical tales based on the courageous women in her family and their battles with madness. With boundless imagination and a twisted sense of humor, she has created daring stories of art, romance, marriage, nature, business, and Eastern European upheaval-all in the fight for her own sanity. Employing a unique, beautifully textured combination of papier-mache stop-motion and classic hand-drawn animation (with inspiration from Jan Svankmajer and Bill Plympton), Baumane has produced a poignant and often hilarious tale of mystery, mental health, redemption and survival. (c) Zeitgeist

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