From writer-director Kyran Kelly comes this darkly comedic computer animated short about a wiener dog that loses the affection of its owners because of the arrival of a real child. The twisted daschund knows there’s only room for one baby in the family and soon concocts a way to exterminate the competition so he can once have mom and dad’s love to himself. “Bundle of Joy” is a film about love, jealousy and of course, revenge.
Vivid visual imagery brings this classic legend to life. Told simply, in language even the youngest family members will understand, the story begins with three young trees who dream - as all children do - of doing big deeds. When the woodcutters come, the trees each find that the reality of their existence doesn't match their dreams... and yet... This touching story contains a simple lesson about God's Plan for every life, told in a way that will touch hearts. Narrated by Hal Holbrook.
Josh Selig - Jasper Newell
A mischievous dragon gets into trouble and is banished to Earth. On Earth he takes the form of a young boy, and he befriends and joins the Order of Swords, who do battle with the evil Stretch for control of Earth as each tries to possess the Bantam Sword. The Bantam Sword is atop a mountain, and, as the forces of good and evil battle to claim it, the mischievous dragon must find a way to assist in the Order of Swords' quest as he tries to find happiness in his new surroundings.
Curtis Calhoun just isn't in the mood for Christmas and wishes it would all go away. It appears he gets his wish, at least until he finds a strange little man in a red suit stuck in his chimney on Christmas Eve. Is it a cat burglar in disguise, or is it really Santa Claus with a very special Christmas gift for the discouraged Curtis Calhoun?
A parody of Mexican soap operas with alligators.
An old lady comes across a group of shadowy figures and a giant whale that wouldn't leave her alone. Little did she know they are important pieces of her memories that she lost.
Animations inspired by the art of Jim Woodring.
Barbapapa is a television series of Franco-American entertainment that contains 45 episodes of 5 minutes, created by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor in 1974. This series is adapted from the book collection Barbapapa whose first book was published in 19701.
Donald must restrain his temper on a dinner date with Daisy, even though the incompetent Goofy is their waiter.
Donald Duck struggles to create the perfect spot to watch fireworks with Daisy.
Join Captain Cuke (Larry the Cucumber) and his loyal first officer, Mr. Spork (Bob the Tomato), as they embark on an out of this world adventure to save the galaxy from a menacing space pirate.
An omnibus of ten short films by ten young directors.
A video showcase of Paper Rad's individual and group creations.
In Clouds, Cory took an old Super Mario Brothers Nintendo video game and erased everything but the clouds.
Urbandale is an ASCII/ANSI movie by Cory Arcangel. Filmed at Urbandale Plaza in the eastern suburbs of Buffalo N.Y., "Urbandale" is a study of America's suburban sprawl stripped to its barest essentials and void of unnecessary contemporary cultural influence. This film captures the sly, bland smile strip plazas cast at modern culture. The film, rendered in text, focuses on the repetitive motion of food stuffs being cooked in the lobby of a discount department store.
Two rival robotics companies in the future release their latest creations at a robotics convention, claiming each to be the latest and greatest in technological advances. Mega Stellar Company's release is a robot boy named Romie-O, while Super Solar Cybernetics has released a girl robot named Julie-8. Unforeseen to each of the company's creators, is how each of the advanced robots soon falls in love with the other.