Hen Hop, 4’ (Norman McLaren, 1942)
A hen is the protagonist of this movie made without a camera, directly drawn on the celluloid.
À la mode, 7’ (Stan Vanderbeek, 1959)
Animated cut-outs, collages and ink drawings on paper for a mockery about the world of fashion.
Cómo dibujar animales tristes, 4’34’’ (Laboratorium, 2009)
Fragments of found footage put together with written words create surprising effects.
A Colour Box, 4’ (Len Lye, 1936)
A dance of forms and colors.
Arabesque, 5’ (Marie Menken, 1961)
Visit the precious palaces and gardens of the Alhambra in Granada.
TV Ping Pong, 2’ (Ivan Galeta, 1978)
A ping-pong match as you have never seen one before.
Passage a l’Acte, 11’ (Martin Arnold, 1993)
An odd family breakfast where the parents and the children move and talk like a scratched record.
Super 8, 7’ (David Domingo, 1997)
TV Movies, toys, clouds and any kind of animated objects are furiously shaken as a filmic cocktail.