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The exceptionally paced and intricate film, 458nm - the title denotes the frequency of blue light snails perceive as a signal for food - has won numerous awards including a special jury prize at SIGGRAPH 2006.
A woman tries to capture the attention of a man in a diner, but can't seem to get him to look at her but things are not always as they seem.
Fetch was originally created as a pilot episode for a BBC Education series called Colin and Cumberland to promote the indigenous languages of Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
A snowman doesn't like what he sees in the mirror. Will his new fitness regimen help him melt away the pounds?
A machine with a doll face mimics images on a television screen and destroys itself from its inability to adopt a satisfactory visage.
When two people randomly meet at a doorway... something happens. An exchange takes place, the outcome of which can leave us pondering, "Was that really polite?"
The story follows a Barbarian on a quest to recover something precious which was stolen from him. However, his difficulties only really begin once he retrieves the object.
Dead Guy and Dead Gal try to get by in a dead world.
An old man searches in the grainy darkness for one last conquest - one last test of worth - before the light fades forever from his eyes.
A tenacious gnat challenges the King of Beasts in this comedic retelling of the classic Aesop fable.
A human beings factory is managed by a dollar bill until the day when a faulty part turns the system around...
A giant turtle floats through space and reads its book. He meets Adam and Eve, who take over the book and rip the still empty pages from it.
A determined small bird goes to extreme extents to experience his dream.
Rodriguez started sketching ideas for this film three years ago as an exercise to hone his character animation skills and build his reel. He says the project has since taken on a life of It's own and now demands sequels.
Starting with a single image from the illustration portfolio of his friend Daniel Bueno, director Guilherme Marcondes worked every morning before work for two months to finish his curious little film.
The second animated installment in GE's Imagination Theater, billed as a 'completely fabricated modern day ancient true fable.'
The delightful tale of Potapych the Russian bear that found friendship and dependency at the bottom of a vodka bottle.