Director: Christine Rabette
A wicked commentary on one man's bizarre perceptions of cultural and national identity in which live-action is substituted as a metaphor for animation.
Somewhere on earth in a corner darkened by war two figures struggle to survive. Before all, duties are met. But the pull of life and the magnetism of bodies sweep the two characters into a dance… More »
Coming from a painting tradition, Lisa Roberts has been described as one of the most promising of New Age artists. In this work she explores her interest by way of electronic and computer generated i… More »
A black-and-white model animation involving three Kirk Douglases! A scenario of old movie archetypes and cliches is set Douglas as the tough newspaper editor, the brash young reporter and old hack-ea… More »
The jazz-singer and Mr Art-ln-Public-Piaces have spotted each other in the bustle of down town Bigcity. It was love at first sight. The only question is—will they find each other before the fil… More »
With clear references to film noir, Toccafondo presents a masterwork of animation that has both a luminosity and a richness of texture. Accompanied by an atmospheric soundtrack, Le Criminel explores … More »