A fable about the power of advertising, the meaning of life and a mothers love for her child. Directed and written by Bill Plympton.
A return to the classic chase between Wile Coyote and Road Runner with a slightly more modern art style. Directed by Matthew O'Callaghan and written by Tom Sheppard.
The personifications of daytime and nighttime learn to get along. Directed by Teddy Newton.
A cunning mouse goes for a walk in the forest and outwits a succession of predators. Directed by Max Lang and Jakob Schuh. Written by Julian Donaldson, Axel Scheffler, Jakob Schu and Max Lang.
In the spirit of the 50's & 60's educational films, 'Let's Pollute' is a modern satire on how pollution is our heritage and keeps our economy growing strong, while instructing us how to be better polluters for a better blighted tomorrow. Directed and written by Geefwee Boedoe.
A boy find a strange creature on a beach, and decides to find a home for it in a world where everyone believes there are far more important things to pay attention to. Directed by Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan. Written by Shaun Tan.
Discover Madagascar through the glance of a carnetist. Pages turn and drawings liven up to for us to discover the extraordinary variety of the Red Island, in particular Famadihana, the cult of the reversal of the dead. Directed and written by Bastien Dubois.
For many years Urs has had to look after his aging mother. But now he sets out for a dangerous journey: He carries his mother up a mountain to find a better place for both of them. But she wants to stay at home. Written and Directed by Moritz Mayerhofer.
Sensology visualizes in abstract form, an improvised musical session by two leaders of the avant-guarde jazz movement, Paul Plimley (piano) and Barry Guy (bass). Film by Michel Gagné.
Two odd-looking subterranean creatures emerge from their hiding holes to wander around a snowy forest landscape, eating snowflakes and dancing in the white landscape. Film by Joanna Lurie.