The story of a police horse framed for a crime he didn't commit.
U. S. International Communication Agency (formerly known as the Information Agency) grant project - an attempt to liven up the otherwise banal and uneventful "Bicentennial" celebration.
Short animation from the early 1970s made in attempt to stop movie theater patrons from subscribing to pay TV.
A jolly housekeeper brings new meaning to the notion of “home entertainment” with a handsome new portable phonograph that causes people, furniture, and buildings to rock and roll through the magic of stop-motion animation. (MoMA)
Unaired TV special based on humor magazine.
Grotesque animated spirits punish a disbeliever who scorns his wife’s interest in the occult.
The second movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.
A love story about two sheets of paper that magically transform into paper people as they are spit out of a malfunctioning printer into a recycling bin
Extended editing techniques based on Land’s experiments affect the viewer’s sensory perceptions.
Cuba programmed solid areas and volumes instead of the vector dots of the previous two films. It also in four "colors": black, white, light grey and dark grey. In five episodes, he alternates single events involving ribbon-like figures following intricate trajectories, with more complex episodes consisting of up to 40 individual events that appear and disappear at irregular intervals. Electronic sound scores accompany.
An experiment in computer animation.
CAS'L' is a 45-minute stop-motion clay animated film by Bruce Bickford.