An unusually plastic animation illustrates the power of fertility lurking in every woman.
Can one bring up topics traditionally assigned to documentary and feature films in an animated film? Can one, in the same medium, capture the hell of life behind the barbed wires of a Hitler concentration camp? Ryszard Czekała has proved that yes.
The last collaborative piece by Walerian Borowczyk and Jan Lenica, two great artists who together revolutionized the creative process and perception of animated films. House is a series of short episodes which form a storyline and formal collage – akin to how single cut-out elements form a multi-dimensional image when combined. The viewer observes a series of miniature, surreal events which take place in the rooms of an art nouveau residential building.
A film joke warning against unforecasted consequences of break-ups.
A story of fighting over power told through ingenuously simple graphic measures. In the Column Hall of a monumental building, an important meeting is held. One place at the executive table is empty...
A pilgrim wanders through corners and corridors of an enormous construction which reminds of a skeleton of a Middle Ages cathedral...
A painting impression made through the oil painting technique. The story of a horse that doesn’t want to be dominated by man.
The Gentle Spirit
An unusual film interpretation of a novel by Fiodor Dostojevski. A suggestive stadium of jealousy and hatred...