Directed, Produced, Written by Mike Fisher
“The Uncanny Valley” tells the tale of robot E6 who has fallen in love with Mistress Celina, a beautiful woman from the stars. But when his affection is spurned, E6 resolves to improve himself until she cannot refuse his love!
“It’s important that Earth people realize that beautiful women from outer space that look just like retro-futuristic go-go dancers from the 1960s are probably a reality. I just wanted to show that in my animation,” says lead and only animator Mike Fisher.
Directed by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter; Written by Tom Szekely, Daniel Lichter
A plucky astronaut sets off on a mission to terraform an entire alien planet.
Directed by Keith Carter; Written by Keith Carter
The genesis of man according to the Blackfoot Legend is his assimilation into the ultimate frontier…
Directed by Raymond Carr; Produced by Raymond Carr
In a world of made entirely of puppeteers, the puppet is always alone. Hitori is the story of a boy who’s just trying to get back to where he came from. This new film from Heather Henson and Ninja Puppet Production uses live action table top puppetry, computer compositing and body movement artist to bring a world composed entirely of human puppeteers to life.
Directed by Paul Howell; Produced by Paul Howell; Written by Paul Howell
While collecting paper scraps for her den, Husk, a life size tree spirit, has a shock encounter with some feral fairies in the street-art urban environment of Melbourne, Australia. Nothing is as it seems as this hypnotic story unfolds.
Directed by Joanna Davidovich
‘Monkey Rag’ is a traditionally animated throwback to the musical cartoons of yore. Inspired by the thumping, riotously fun music of the Asylum Street Spankers, Mitzi pursues a disaster of her own making in this richly colored world where reason is overrated. Mitzi may be barking up the wrong tree, but she also knows that when it comes to love, sometimes you just gotta give a little bit of what you got.
Directed by Neil Christopher; Produced by Louise Flaherty
The Country of Wolves (Amaqqut Nunaat) is a traditional Inuit story about two brothers who find themselves adrift on broken sea ice while out hunting for seal. They drift in the darkness for many days, until the ice they are on settles on the shore of a strange and distant land. The hunters begin to look for landmarks or people to help them find their way back home.
Eventually, they come to a camp and the two brothers split up to find help. The younger brother goes to the large communal igloo, where music and merriment can be heard. The older brother walks to a small igloo at the edge of the camp. Here he finds a strange old woman who is surprised to see him. She identifies him as human and tells him that he is in the Country of Wolves. She warns him of danger, but says it is too late for his brother. From this land, almost no one returns…