OSSA: Dario Imbrogno


stop motion short from director Dario Imbrogno

OSSA is the latest stop motion short from director Dario Imbrogno who turns the bare essentials of an animation puppet into a striking dance performance. Much of the animation process itself including cameras, lighting, and even the hands of the animator are incorporated into the film, creating…

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Prince: Dolls


MUST HAVE AS A GERRY ANDERSON STYLE MOVIE, SERIES, COLLECTIBLES, STAT!

You say you love me, but if you really did you’d make this happen. I’m not joking.
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Jonny Quest Opening



In 1964, Jonny Quest aired to rave reviews as the first, adult action/adventure cartoon in prime time. It had cool jazz music by Hoyt Curtin and terrific, high contrast pen and ink design work by Doug Wildey. As an animator and long time JQ junkie, I had always wanted a set of Jonny Quest action figures but, due to high production costs, the show only lasted one season; not long enough to spawn any kind of serious toys or other merchandising tie-ins.


via Jonny Quest Opening Titles | Vimeo.


‘The Junky’s Christmas’



Then, Burroughs pulls a copy of his 1989 collection of short stories, Interzone off of a bookshelf and opens it to the piece called “The Junky’s Christmas.” As the black and white film cuts away to claymation, Burroughs begins to narrate the sad story of Danny, a heroin addicted hustler who finds himself being let out of New York City jail cell on Christmas morning with no cash and no immediate source for his much needed fix. Now we’re in familiar Burroughs territory.


via ‘The Junky’s Christmas’: The William S. Burroughs short film presented by Francis Ford Coppola | Dangerous Minds.