Arthur Lipsett’s assemblage of bizarre discarded footage from the National Film Board of Canada has been credited as a major influence on George Lucas’ work. Lucas even made Princess Leia’s prison cell on the Death Star in Star Wars Episode IV number 2187, after this short.
Today being the 20th of April, there’s little that could be more appropriate to share than one of Larry Carlson’s captivatingly psychedelic shorts.
An alien race comes to Earth to rid everyone of their opposable thumbs, but their plan doesn’t go so smoothly when they have a run in with a Texas Sheriff.
Space Shower TV is a Japanese music channel which also features a variety of thirty second shorts from various directors. Everything we’ve seen passes the weirdness test, but we found these two to be exceptional.
“Body Memory”‘s title refers to the idea that our physical bodies don’t only remember our own individual experiences, but the joy and sorrow of our ancestors as well.
Town bad boy, Bill, falls in love with Jane, and all is well until her father, the pastor, curses his ax.
A small series of events leaves three strangers drifting on a train they don’t recall boarding.
A young boy fears of one day joining the world of drifting adults.
A vase called Decoration directs a play about a girl accidentally squeezing her pet hamster to death; all while living inside her body.
“Adventure Time”‘s creator Pendleton Ward teamed up with Breehn Burns to start the web series Bravest Warriors. In this first episode, the team must save the planet of Glendale from the Fartsparkles Effect.