In a short animated world...
March 12, 2009 10:20 AM   Subscribe

100 fantastic animated shorts for a century of animation. Almost all entries with video.
posted by louche mustachio (7 comments total) 38 users marked this as a favorite
I'm looking forward to going through these when I'm not at work.
posted by ocherdraco at 11:03 AM on March 12, 2009

#58, "Jumping," is great.
posted by JHarris at 12:11 PM on March 12, 2009 [1 favorite]

If you liked that, you might also enjoy this YouTube channel.
posted by louche mustachio at 5:15 PM on March 12, 2009

I am trying to find alternate works to replace the ones that had no video, to show an example of the artists' work:

Pritt Parn, Triangle (for Hotel E)

Jerzy Kucia,The Ring (for Strojenie Instrumentow)

Jan Lenica Labyrinth part1, part 2 (for A) Searching for a Jan Lenica DVD led me to the short Animated World blog in the first place.

Bretislav Pojar, E (for Lev a Pisnicka)

Michel Ocelot, La Legend du Pauvre Bossu (for Les Trois Inventeurs)

Henri Gruel, Boris Vian Eclate La Jaconde (for L' Horrible, Bizarre et Incroyable Histoire de Monseiur Tete)

George Dunning, the Flying Man (for Damon the Mower)

Charlie Bowers, It's a Bird (for Egged On)

Jean-Francoise Laguione, Gwen et le Livre du Sable (for La Traversee de l'Atlantique a la Rame)

Hector Hoppin and Anthony Gross,La Joie de Vivre - a short clip from the film.

Classic Sesame Street animation by Giulio Giannini and Genova Sinfonia della Cittia by Emanuele Luzati (for La Gazza Ladra Sinfonia)

Alexandrie Alexeieff and Claire Parker,Le Nez
posted by louche mustachio at 6:17 PM on March 12, 2009 [1 favorite]

Been loving this site for a few days now...could have sworn! it was posted before.

Anyway, nice rounding-out louche! Thanks!
posted by carsonb at 12:24 AM on March 13, 2009

Heh. I was blown away that it wasn't. It's a very well thought out collection.

I noticed that the George Dunning piece that I posted was on the list, so here's another.
posted by louche mustachio at 5:38 AM on March 13, 2009

If you like this sort of thing, I very highly recommend "La Maison en Petits Cubes." It won the Oscar this year and is heart-achingly beautiful.
posted by soonertbone at 9:19 AM on March 14, 2009 [1 favorite]

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