Jarring music from Lisokot is fittingly paired with the animation of Sasha Svirsky. It seems complete, despite no available English translation.
This short is actually a screen capture recording of a program coded by Mark Fingerhut and animated by Peter Burr. It depicts the black plague through animations of townsfolk catching the disease from mice, and simultaneously having a mouse destroy your entire desktop.
A girl is swept up and indoctrinated by a group of veiled women.
Adam and Zack Khalil capture the debate over the 9,000 year-old remains of a Paleoamerican with strikingly European features. As the documentary progresses, they take more liberty with its presentation.
Named after a Korean national school exercise routine, this short depicts adolescent life near the turn of the century.
Lance Lizardi and others showcase their obsession with, and similarities to, their reptilian friends.
Content Warning: This short contains some violent imagery.
Nazis have placed two prisoners in a cell as guinea pigs in their psychological b-movie experiments.
Content Warning: This short contains nudity and violent imagery.
Scenes from Manuel San Fernando’s short film Santa’s Enchanted Village (1964) (produced by) are fittingly paired with the Portsmouth Sinfonia’s humorously amateurish rendition of “Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy”.
The legendary blind samurai Zatoichi must face his strongest enemy yet in this mock film trailer.