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.
Muratti Greift Ein, 2’30’’ (Oskar Fischinger, 1934)
An army of cigarettes come to life: they dance, skate on ice and parade.
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.