Animation

Renata Gasiorowska – Cipka AKA Pussy (2016)

A young girl spends the evening alone at home. She decides to have some sweet solo pleasure session, but not everything goes according to plan. Read More »

Roman Kachanov – Avrora AKA Aurora (1973)

The Aurora (Авро́ра) is a Russian protected cruiser, currently preserved as a museum ship in St. Petersburg. She became a symbol of the Communist Revolution in Russia.
During the First World War the ship operated in the Baltic Sea. At the end of 1916, the ship was moved to Saint Petersburg (then Petrograd) for a major repair. The city was brimming with revolutionary ferment and part of her crew joined the 1917 February Revolution. A revolutionary committee was created on the ship (Aleksandr Belyshev was elected its captain). Most of the crew joined the Bolsheviks, who were preparing for a Communist revolution.
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Olaf Encke & Claudia Romero – Judas & Jesus (2009)

This short animation gives you quiet another take on the life and death of Jesus.
This is the New Testament as if told by Jess Franco and Chuck Jones. Read More »

Jan Svankmajer – Historia Naturae, Suita AKA Historia Nature Suite (1967)

A eight-part animatied portrait of various species, accompanied by a different style of music – the various parts are: Aquatilia (foxtrot), Hexapoda (bolero), Pisces (blues), Reptilia (tarantella), Aves (tango), Mammalia (minuet), Simiae (polka) and Homo (waltz). Each animation mixes drawings, pictures, real animals and animated skeletons Read More »

David Lynch – Dumbland (2002)

Dumbland is a crude, stupid, violent and absurd animated series created entirely by master of the macabre David Lynch. If it is funny, it is funny because we see the absurdity of it all.

There are 8 episodes.

Dumbland Episode Guide:
Episode 1: “The Neighbor”
Episode 2: “The Treadmill”
Episode 3: “The Doctor”
Episode 4: “A Friend Visits”
Episode 5: “Get the Stick”
Episode 6: “My teeth are Bleeding”
Episode 7: “Uncle Bob”
Episode 8: “Ants” Read More »

Satoshi Kon – Paprika AKA Papurika (2006)

SYNOPSIS
Groundbreaking animator Satoshi Kon (whose credits include Tokyo Godfathers, Millennium Actress, and Perfect Blue) directed this visually spectacular adaptation of a science fiction novel by Yatsutaka Tsutsui. Atsuko is a psychiatrist who uses advanced technology to study the human mind. Atsuko has developed a machine that will allow her to enter the dreams of her patients and study their psyches from the inside. Atsuko also does double duty as Paprika, a high-tech detective who uses this new innovation to find out the truth about what the people she’s trailing really think. However, Atsuko falls victim to a thief who steals the one-of-a-kind machine, and Paprika sets out to find it as a wave of psychological instability tears through the city.
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Oskar Fischinger – Short animation collection (1931 – 1955)

Various quality, some mpg, some avi. Recommended if you like Len Lye.

1930 Studie Nr. 6
1931 Studie Nr. 7
1931 Studie Nr. 9
1933 Kreise
1934 Muratti Greift Ein
1935 Komposition in Blau
1935 Muratti Privat
1941 American March
1943 Allegretto
1947 Motion Painting
1952 Muntz-Tvmercial
1955 Oklahoma Gaspany Read More »