An excerpt from Kurt Schwitters' "Ursonate" (Sontata in primitive sounds) parades across the screen thanks to a Remington typewriter.
McGruff, Drew Barrymore, and a rag tag band of kids make a rock video about "saying no to drugs."
An intense love moment between Jennifer and Tiffany. warning: This video can evoke an erotic emotion.
On Christmas Eve, a poor old woman plays her accordion in the street. Apart from two children, the passers-by ignore her and by the end of the day she has to sell her accordion to buy some food. Worse is to come. (1976)
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)
A short experimental animation by Keiichi Tanaami.
The Aardvark chases The Ant, but this time The Ant has found a new pal in a termite.
The toads want a grasshopper meal and fight over the creature. Unfortunately, the grasshopper violently outsmarts them at every turn.
Toro wants to lose weight to try to impress his girlfriend, so he (with Pancho's help) decides to work out.
Toro and Pancho encounter a hungry cat who has a special taste for frogs.
Early computed animation in which two characters meet and fall in love.
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.
After a day of gathering hundreds of seashells and rocks from the beach, Jarnow uses the found objects to construct a stop motion commentary on how we look at nature through various cinematic techniques.
This abbreviated short, though never finished, got into Siggraph’s Electronic Theater for 1994. An early Bob Sabiston animated short