Bats, birds, dogs, rams, monsters, and even mushrooms get their stories told in this wide array of animated delights from around the world.
Nestled in her cozy tree trunk home, a bird goes about her day until the arrival of a wild honeybee sets her on a strange and tumultuous journey of anxiety, fear, and self-acceptance.
When a person falls asleep, they’re immersed in another reality where anything can happen. Through a series of animated vignettes, the beautiful and sometimes menacing world of sleep comes to life.
A free form series of hand-drawn scenes that showcase the precarious routines of several silly monsters as they squash, fight, transmogrify, and bend the rules of their own universe.
Two curious mushrooms embark on a whimsical adventure in the woods. Curiosity, though, may get the better of them when they stumble upon a seemingly cozy woodland residence.
Baofahu (The Evicted Millionaires)
A resident of an urban village set for demolition ignites his fireworks in view of the police, seemingly in an effort to destroy his livelihood, yet a frequent patron of his shop sees it differently.
Yayoi Kusama’s Magical Circles
Setting off on a globe trotting hot air balloon journey, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama visits various lands and collects their magical circles. How will she use their power to rebuild?
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Haunting pen and paper illustrations bring a poem to life, evoking the way childhood memories and diary notes take on new meanings later in life.
Through vibrantly colored claymation, we witness a herd of curious rams as they’re led to a suspicious venue hosting a grand dinner. But what’s the main course?
On her commute home, a young woman finds inspiration to take a different route. The mundane reality of her daily life suddenly shifts and she discovers a different world isn’t so far after all.
Best Seat in the House
As the age-old sibling argument over “who gets to sit where” begins to escalate, is there anything that will make them give up their seat before mom intervenes?
Meeting at Half Past Five
Combining an unusual perspective with a variety of physical animation styles, this amusing short features the somber Philip as he comes to terms with how cruel and corrupt the world can be.
Losing their natural habitat due to climate change and encroaching forces, an endling bat reflects on displacement, colonialism, and extinction in this hauntingly beautiful gothic animation.