Le Rossignol 2005

Le Rossignol is a Russian conte lyrique in three acts by Igor Stravinsky. The libretto, based on the tale of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, was written by the composer and Stepan Mitussov.

Superflat First Love 2009

The sequel to Superflat Monogram (2003). The short celebrates six years of collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Japanese modern artist Takashi Murakami.

Subversion 1979

Director Stanislav Stanojevic, who later broke new ground in political filmmaking with Notorious Nobodies, offers an absurdist allegory about the nature of political repression. A blind, paralyzed president uses his remarkable hearing and his corrupt daughter to keep his country in line. His beautiful, clever daughter works her own agenda while striving to be the equal of men. She appoints herself Chief of Firefighters and then commits arson to ensure that her job is needed.

Riddles of My Homecoming 2013

Alfad, a Lumad whose soul returns to his homeland to settle unfinished businesses and to finally rest. It is based on the Lumad’s belief that when a person dies his soul goes back to his homeland.

Around the World with Dot 1981

In this magical film Dot joins up with Santa Claus in order to help her friend the mother kangaroo find her lost baby. The pair take off into the air in Santa’s sleigh led by two kangaroos and travel the world searching for the zoo where the lost kangaroo has been sent.

Twilight 1994

The only short film made by Tengai Amano, a Japanese playwright and the leader of the drama group "Shonen Oujakan". Described as a “Nostalgic Road Movie”, this film tells the surrealistic adventure of a young boy who refuses to admit his own death. The film is full of cinematic tricks but contains almost no dialogues at all.

Caterpillar 1988

A half-hour experimental film that shows Fukui moving towards cyberpunk imagery in a manner similar to Tsukamoto, featuring industrial locations, a malfunctioning cyborg/android and a hulking metallic ‘caterpillar’ that stalks characters.

The Geniac 2013

A surreal, experimental, minimalistic animated film that dives into the inner recesses of creativity, imagination, longing and inspiration. Taking place from the somber point of view of a young wizard as he lives out his day, watching over a little town. Le Geniaque pays homage to Georges Melies and 1920s silent films in general.

Playmobil: Guardians of the Dragon Fires 2013

For many years, the Dragon Guardians have been watching over the sacred fires of the ancient dragons Remur and Raganur. Then, the greedy warrior, Dragon, steals the fire of Remur and captures one of the guardians. An exciting rescue begins...

Automärchen 1983

This quirky episodic comedy weaves together three plotlines centered around the employees of a car garage, with some unexpected fairytale elements to get things moving. A woodland fairy convinces shy bookkeeper Piel to suddenly start driving his Trabi far above the speed limit. Manager Neumann sells his soul to a black cat in order to purchase a more respectable vehicle. And a spirit named "Car Accident" offers to warn owner Sengebusch about upcoming traffic accidents so he can make money by always being the first on the scene.

Chalk 2001

A short directed by Diederik Van Rooijen.

Twenty Eight 2014

Abasiri’s wife Suddhi abandoned him and the village a long time ago. Now, Abasiri and his young friend Mani are summoned to identify a woman who got raped and murdered in the city. Hiding his personal distress after the shocking discovery that it’s his own wife, Abasiri embarks on a strange journey with a coffin heading through captivatingly beautiful hill stations towards the village where embarrassing rumours of Suddhi’s demise are already spreading.

A Maid from Heaven 1963

Seventh sister of the celestial world goes down to earth to marry Dong Yong, a young man sold to servitude. However the Jade Emperor orders her to go back to the immortal world.