Accident 1973

Jules Engel's Accident (1973) is a two-fold work of lithography and experimental animation to equally assert this awareness in the history of art, cinema, and experimental animation. Aside from a surface language of animal locomotion, the primacy of the frame as a principle of timing acceleration, deceleration and variation is fulfilled in the collective Muybridge, Engel and Deleuze. (stephenherbert.co.uk)

Parcelle 1979

Composed frame by frame in the camera, Parcelle (fragment, particle or bit) rests upon the alternate appearance and variable duration of tiny colored squares or circles placed on black backgrounds and inserted in series between plain white or colored images, creating optical superimpositions on the screen.

Watch the Birdie 1975

Dogfather orders Pugg to wipe out Charlie the Singer. However, Charlie drinks a potion that changes him into a hideous monster.

Chico Bento, Óia a Onça! 1990

While taking a walk, Chico Bento, a boor living in the backwoods of Brazil, tells his friend Zé Lelé and girlfriend Rosinha some fantastic stories happened to him: he'd been turned into a frog, been attacked by ants and by an animal resembling a jaguar, and some other doubtful cases.

Bobby's Girl 1985

Bobby is an underachieving high school kid with a deep love for motorcycles. His most recent achievement seems to have been getting photos of himself on a road trip printed in a motorcyclist hobby magazine. When he gets a letter from a girl his age, he decides to write her back.

The Teacher from the Black Lagoon... and More Slightly Scary Stories

This kid-friendly collection of slightly spooky animated tales includes an adaptation of Mike Thayer's "The Teacher from the Black Lagoon," about a boy's wild nightmares concerning his teacher on the first day of school. Other stories include Tomi Ungerer's "The Three Robbers," James Stevenson's "What's Under My Bed?" and Caroline Stutson's "By the Light of the Halloween Moon," in which a clever girl foils the plans of holiday ghouls.

The Badge and the Beautiful 1974

Hoot Kloot is set to arrest Calamity Jane for disturbing peace, but Hoot finds out it won't be easy when Jane falls in love with him and makes him marry her. Hoot tries to get away, with every attempt failing.

Hop and Chop 1970

Pancho and El Toro meet a friendly, singing Japanese beetle...the only one in Japan with a black belt in Karate. Toro tries to catch him for his supper, but is only given repeat lessons in the martial art.

Blazing Transfer Student 1991

Transfer student Takisawa Noboru quickly learns that all disputes at his new school are settled in the boxing ring. Now he finds himself in a series of showdowns with the local top dog, Ibuki Saburo, for the love and respect of the beautiful Yukari.

Igor Stravinsky: The Paris Years Chez Pleyel 1920-1929 1982

Igor: The Paris Years, one segment of a larger biographical program created for Channel 4 on the life and times of Igor Stravinsky, finds the brothers working in a slightly different vein than the one that would come to characterize their later work. This is the first section, which covers the pianist’s “French period” from roughly 1920-1939, and it details, among other things, his connection with Jean Cocteau (who, as a matter of fact, contributes voice work to this project). Filtered through gonzo and impressionistic puppetry (often bearing strong resemblance to the work of Terry Gilliam), the film takes an unconventional and often beautiful stab at the television biography special.