After mass, the family gathered at Grandma and Grandpa’s house, as they did every Sunday. With everyone talking at once, it sounded like a family of crows cawing while perched on hydro lines. The town factory has closed its doors and, naturally, the adults can't stop fretting about their money problems. On this particular Sunday, one of the village boys places a coin on the train tracks. Imagine his astonishment when, picking up the coin after a train has run over it, he discovers some amazing changes. Sunday, young filmmaker Patrick Doyon's first film, is a magical tale that imparts important lessons about life as seen through the eyes of a child.
A flock of roosting crows, black as night themselves, are threatened by the advancing shadows at dusk. They need light for protection so with the help of the Raven Chief they take a piece of the sun and use it to save themselves from the darkness.
A crazy animated tribute to a great artist of soul music: Rufus Thomas. Done deliberately as an old-style cartoon
A grandpa who lived in the house has been constantly building houses on top, as the water level rises.
Moorlocke, a Brain-Head (human) must find Zia, an android Chip-Head to save mankind. Unfortunately, the evil android Dick-Heads captured them.
This clip from the third Popeye DVD set talks about the cartoon tradition of having lookalike nephews that look like the lead character.
This clip from the third Popeye DVD set talks about the hero's problems against unconventional adversaries.
The concept of death completely eludes the main Character (an android). Her creator leads her to believe that death is when one enters the outside world.
Industry vet Frank Gladstone talks about how the animation business has changed over the course of his career.
My personal experiences as a young child, including the air raid on Kiev, occupation by Germans, and the execution of Jewish families by Nazis.
During the German occupation of Keiv, my brother was drafted to fight the Nazis. Leaving Keiv as a young child, I never saw my brother again.
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater kicks off the new animated shorts program at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Serious shapes, locomotive steps and whimsical robots come together in an abstract / surrealistic world.