She Collage is part response to the work of Southern California–based collage artist Terry Braunstein, part reflection on the practice of art-making. Like Braunstein's art, the film is itself a collage—in this case, frame-by-frame hand-manipulated images of Braunstein, paper cutout stopmotion animation, archival footage, and an assemblage of sounds.
The [film's] sequences are cross-sectional photographic scans of pieces of hardwood, burls and branches.
Dream sequences created using 3D particle systems techniques. Behavior rules are applied to thousands of individual particles to model complex phenomena such as an explosion, a snowstorm, a tumultuous head, and a waterfall. A Connection Machine CM-2 computer was used to perform physical simulations on thousands of particles simultaneously, one processor for each particle.
Eddie, the grave digger, is haunted by the ghosts appearing on the walls in his home. the ghosts want revenge. Eddie didn't bury them well. So they tease, follow and scare him to death.
Since time immemorial, the vast Ukrainian forests have harbored countless secrets and unfathomable mysteries. They are home to wondrous mythical creatures dwelling among ancient trees, faithfully guarding their sacred realm.
In the future, the oceans have risen to flood all the continents due to humanity's negligence of the environment. Only a few bits of land have been spared, and one of those is the city-island where Elfie lives with her grandfather. One day, due to an underwater incident, she discovers that she can breathe underwater. Her grandfather reveals that in truth she is one of the mythical sea-people. Using the city folk's xenophobia, local politicians spark a war with this hidden people to distract people from their current resource problems, and Elfie is caught in the middle of it.
The animated story of a boy who disguises himself as a shark to frighten off other people so that he will have the beach all to himself.
The animated story of the Hardibars and Mushamels—whimsical clay creatures who discover that gender stereotypes are not always accurate or useful.
A hectic Christmas family get together.
Set to Gilbert and Sullivan tunes, a musical cartoon attempts to describe the character of the British nation, with occasional interruptions by Prince Charles.
Nörgel is on his way home from the Leipzig market. He is exhausted from the trade business using animals as an exchange. There should be an easier way than using animals... What about small and large coins made of gold? Part three of the animation trilogy Nörgel & Sons.
An animated look at life on the coldest continent in the world.
When difficulties arise, Wanda simply runs from her problems. Fortunately, she does not have to run alone!
Using interviews with re-hab patients, a series of stories takes us through the habits, downfall and subsequent acknowledgment and recovery of each addict.