A sweet, funny, and also eerie film that should be seen by anyone with even a passing interest in animation. Or film, for that matter. Credits Directed by Wladyslaw Starewicz
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This 13 minute stop motion animation, directed by Ladislas Starevich, used posthumously animated dead insects as its main characters. It remains an iconic and powerful animation over a century later.
The Peanut Vendor is an experimental stop-motion film made by Len Lye in 1933. Modern re-cut by
Between 1976 and 1980, young Manhattan photographer David Godlis documented the nightly goings-on at the Bowery’s legendary CBGB, “the undisputed birthplace of punk rock,” with a vividly distinctive style of night photography. Lewie and Noah Kloster bring his photos to life with electrifying immediacy, bolstered by black-and-white watercolor animation, a rollicking soundtrack, and voiceover narration by Godlis himself.