The adventures of a zero fighter pilot during World War II.
Surrealist explanation of reality. People enclosed in a room.
Independent animation by Yanagihara Ryouhei, member of the Animation Sannin no Kai pioneer group of independent animation.
Uproar in Heaven, also known as Havoc in Heaven, is a Chinese animated feature film directed by Wan Laiming and produced by all four of the Wan brothers. The film was created at the height of the Chinese animation industry in the 1960s, and received numerous awards. It earned the brothers domestic and international recognition.
The story is based on the earliest chapters of the classic story Journey to the West. The main character is Sun Wukong, aka the Monkey King, who rebels against the Jade Emperor of heaven.
It became one of the most influential films in all of Asia, animation or not. Countless cartoon adaptations that followed have reused the same classic story Journey to the West, yet many consider this 1964 iteration to be the most original, fitting and memorable.
What would you do if you were in a room with nothing to do for 15 minutes? This stop-motion animation depicts what people from different occupations would do with that time.
Short animated film by acclaimed multi-talented artist Makoto Wada.
Experimental animation by Manabe Hiroshi, member of the Animation Sannin no Kai pioneer group of independent animation.
Based on a manga by Fujiko (A) Fujio and Fujiko (F) Fujio.
Recap of episodes 1-11 of Tetsujin 28-gou, originally broadcasted between episodes 11 and 12 as a New Year special.
Three short films by the Japanese avant-garde illustrator and animator. Regarded (unfairly) as the Japanese equivalent of Andy Warhol, these films showcase a distinctively commercial illustration look reminiscent of the current pop art movement of that decade (1960s).