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Whether you want to watch classic cartoons from a bygone era, Brick Films made with your favorite building toys, Machinima patched together from video games, or the artful computer animations selected for the 2001 SIGGRAPH competition, this library of free animated films and movies has something to keep you entertained!



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http://www.jd-movies.com
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Animation Shorts
by Jacques-Jean Tiziou / JJ Tiziou Photography
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The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe (formerly the Philadelphia Fringe Festival) - This movie runs at 12 frames per second, compressing over 18,000 individual still images into a 26 minute turbo-slideshow.
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Topics: Philadelphia, Festival, Fringe, Performance, Art, Dance, Theater
Machinima
by J. Joshua Diltz
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“6 Days” is a new piece stemming from a collaboration of master machinima maker Joshua Diltz and artist-provocateur Joseph DeLappe, two people whose work I have long admired. Here is the introduction provided by Joshua: “’6 Days’ is an experimental documentary that examines the consequences of a military conflict that rages over a period of six consecutive days in a virtual game world. Through the lens of both a static and a roaming ground camera, the movie captures both visceral...
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Topics: Sleeping Dogs Productions, Diltz, J. Joshua, Call of Duty 4, Infinity Ward, Activision: DeLappe,...
Animation & Cartoons
by John Kricfalusi
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A Ranger Smith cartoon from the disgraced John K which was made as a companion piece to Boo Boo Runs Wild. 
Topics: Animation, Yogi Bear, Adult Swim, 1990s, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network
Animation Shorts
by John Sutherland
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Animated classic presenting what an atom is, how energy is released from certain kinds of atoms, the peacetime uses of atomic energy and the byproducts of nuclear fission. For more information and films by John Sutherland checkout: animationarchive.org
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Topics: Atomic, nuclear, Energy, Physics, Animation
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Thick-Eyebrow Popeye animator
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Fleischer, Famous, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Fleischer, Iwerks, Disney, and Famous animator.
Topics: Fleischer Studios, Betty Boop, Bimbo, Koko the Clown, Popeye the Sailor, Herman and Katnip, Famous...
Animation Shorts
by Johnny Boston
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Machinima
by Jake Hughes/Ion Storm
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The final part in the award-winning movie, based on the game. See our <a href="http://www.machinima.com/displayarticle2.php?article=322">showcase
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Animation Shorts
by Jyneefur
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FFXI Remora Dynamis LS Higeki (no longer together) falls to Animated Great Axe in a short and bitter fight.
Topics: ffxi, higeki, jyneefur, animated great axe, dynamis-xarcabard, dynamis, remora
Animation & Cartoons
by Johann Weichberger
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The "Fritz und Fratz" cartoons were made by Johann Weichberger from Austria, i can confirm that, but know nothing more about him. There was at first a series of 4 parts, released about 1939 or 1940, with the titles: Die blinden Passagiere (The Blind Passengers), No. IV / 12 Der Spuk an Bord (Spook aboard) No. IV / 13 Die wilde Jagd (The Wild Hunt) No. IV / 14 Die kleinen Helden (The Little Heroes) No. IV / 15 This four spliced together gave a complete film. Shortly after there was a...
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Topics: fritz, fratz, cartoon, animation
Animation Shorts
by Jonathan Frammingham
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The very basics of animation with Blender 2.41.
Topic: 3d, animation
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Short-Lived Famous Popeye animator.
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Olive Oyl, Bluto, Famous Studios
Animation Shorts
by Jonathan Mathers
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Germaine rants about bras. Part of the neurotically Yours series showcased at illwillpress.com
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Topic: Foamy The Squirrel, iLL WiLL PrEss, Neurotically Yours, Germaine, Goth CHick, Pilz-E, Cult Cartoon,...
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The angular Fleischer/Famous animator.
Topics: Fleischer, Famous, Popeye
Collectie Filmcollectief
by Joop Geesink's Dollywood
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This is a short puppet animation from the Dutch puppet animation 'factory' Dollywood. Raised by Joop Geesink and now part of the Dutch historie of puppet-animation. It is an advertising-clip and translated the name is "The Nightmare". There are no spoken words in it, only at the beginning and at the end there are some Dutch words. At the end: "Philips Philishave zowel met 1 als 2 ronde scheerhoofden".
Topics: philips, philishave, advertising, puppet, animation, joop geesink, dollywood, nachtmerrie, nightmare
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Wrinkly Popeye animator.
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Olive Oyl, Bluto, Fleischer Studios
Animation Shorts
by Jason Dubin a.k.a Monkeysalad
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Loosely based on those "Dream of the Rarebit Fiend" cartoons by Winsor McCay, featuring "Good For You Bad For Me" by Waring's Pennsylvanians.
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Topics: reefer, weed, marijuana, dream of the rarebit fiend, Winsor McCay
SIGGRAPH
by John S. Banks
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Early Light is part 2 of a 3 part series dealing with times of day/seasons. The idea is to create a living manuscript of the impressions/memories of different seasons and how they unfold. The work progresses from the end of Winter thru Spring and is also Morning.The work is inspired by experiences of landscape as sensed internally and spiritually. These are interpretations of natureÆs consciousness emerging and shifting in character. The source scenes are constructed from multiple photographs...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
Collectie Filmcollectief
by Joop Geesink's Dollywood
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This puppet-animation is from 1948 and created by the Dutch puppet-animation factory "Dollywood", raised by Joop Geesink. It is in techni-color with a soundtrack. The story is a fairy tale about a kingdom and a young prince which is cursed by a witch and gets a beard. Nobody can cut this beard and all men in the kingdom should have a beard. Then, when the child-prince is about 18 years old they find a solution in a Philips Philishave. Very funny fairy tale and marvelous...
Topics: philips, philishave, advertising, puppet, animation, joop geesink, dollywood, fairy tale, sprookje,...
SIGGRAPH
by Jean-Jacques Annaud
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Perhaps the greatest challenge that Enemy at the Gates presented to Double Negative was how to serve the film's narrative flow whilst staying as faithful as possible to history. For the opening sequence digital matte paintings depicting Stalingrad's war-torn skyline were derived from an exhaustively researched 3D architectural library. Detailed surveys of surviving Stuka aircraft ensured an accurate portrayal of the dive-bomber attack. In the air raid sequence the 3D library was taken to its...
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
SIGGRAPH
by Jason Wen
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SIGGRAPH
by Jason Wen
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An individual steals a unique identity in a world of absolute control. Software: Lightwave 5.6, Project Messiah, After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop, Steinberg Nuendo. Hardware: two Pentium IIIs and two Athlons.
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Puppet Love (Kneitel, 1944): One of the best Popeye cartoons by Famous! (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) The Island Fling (Tytla, 1946): The ONLY Good Censored Popeye cartoon. (Animators: John Gentilella, George Germanetti, William Henning, Jack Ozark, James Tyer) Pre-Hysterical Man (Kneitel, 1948): With a Caveman (Who is not Bluto) and a goofy-looking Buck-Toothed Dinosaur! (Animators: Tom Golden, Morey Reden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Famous Studios, Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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We're On Our Way to Rio (Sparber, 1944): Another Famous Studios Popeye classic! (Animators: William Henning, Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Rocket To Mars (Tytla, 1946): Another reason why Bill Tytla was the most underrated Popeye director! (Animators: John Gentilella, William Henning, Jack Ozark, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Too Weak to Work (Sparber, 1943): The Popeye cartoon that introduces the Jim Tyer shrink take! (Animators: George Germanetti, Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Spinach Fer Britain (Sparber, 1943): Popeye Fights the Nazis! (Animators: Abner Kneitel, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Wotta Knight! (Sparber, 1947): The most Fleischer-esque Famous Popeye cartoon, also Tyer's Swan Song! (Animators: Frank Endres, George Germanetti, John Gentilella, William Henning, Thomas Johnson, James Tyer) Popeye and the Pirates (Kneitel, 1947): Popeye in Drag! (Animators: Tom Golden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Bluto, Olive Oyl
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Service With a Guile (Tytla, 1946): Bill Tytla's debut as a Popeye director! (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) Rodeo Romeo (Sparber, 1946): With Drunk Popeye! (Animators: John Gentilella, Tom Golden, Jack Ozark, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar) Snow Place Like Home (Kneitel, 1948): Pierre is back! But as a trader! (Animators: Tom Golden, Marty Taras, Dave Tendlar)
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Royal Four Flusher (Kneitel, 1947): An extremely underrated Popeye entry by Famous! (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, Thomas Johnson, Jack Ozark, Jim Tyer) Moving Aweigh (Gordon, 1944): Shorty's final appearance (and Good Riddance!), also it's the only good one with him (Animators: John Genitella, Ben Solomon, Jim Tyer) Seein' Red, White, 'N Blue (Gordon, 1943): One of the few times we see both Popeye and Bluto win at the end (Animators: George Germanetti, Tom Golden, Abner...
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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A Balmy Swami (Sparber, 1949): Popeye turns into a Jackass! (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark, George Ruffle) Barking Dogs Don't Fite (Kneitel, 1949): Superior to Protekt the Weakerist? Nope. But still watchable and nice animation (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark, George Ruffle) How Green is My Spinach (Kneitel, 1950): One of the better 50's Popeye cartoons. (Also, sorry about the poor quality,...
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Gym Jam (Sparber, 1950): Another one of the better 1950s Popeyes. (Animators: Frank Endres, John Gentilella, William Henning, Tom Johnson, Jack Ozark) Peep in the Deep (Kneitel, 1946): Don't believe what you hear, Floyd Buckley voices Popeye on this one, NOT Jackson Beck. (Animators: William Henning, Ben Solomon, James Tyer) You're a Sap, Mr. Jap (Gordon, 1942): Famous Studios first start on the sailor, and what do I think of it? Ehh... (Animators: George Germanetti, Ben Solomon, James Tyer)
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Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Brick Films
by Joseph Demme
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A movie that comes from the 'bowels' of my brain
Topics: lego, animation, brickfilms
Animation Shorts
by Jacques Kopfstein
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Felix attempts to have a picnic with his friends, only to have the weather be uncooperative. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page .
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Topics: Classic cartoon, 1930s, Felix
SIGGRAPH
by Jun Aida
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Square Pictures' Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within defines the current state of the art in fully synthetic moviemaking. FF:TSWbreaks new ground by presenting a fully computer-rendered world populated not by insects, robots, or toys but by realistic humancharacters who can act and directly involve the audience. Ambitious use of new modeling and procedural animation methods,high-quality rendering, and new forms of special effects have been combined with traditional character animation and...
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
Animation Shorts
by Jonathan Ian Mathers
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A special Foamy episode done for the AKON anime convention. (formated for iPOD) Part of the Neurotically Yours series at illwillpress.com and Foamy The Squirrel Podcast on iTunes.
Topic: Foamy The Squirrel, iLL WiLL PrEss, Neurotically Yours, Germaine, Goth CHick, Pilz-E, Cult Cartoon,...
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Tom Johnson's Right-Hand man.
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Betty Boop, Pudgy, Bluto, Olive Oyl, Fleischer Studios, Famous Studios
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Appealing Popeye animator.
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Fleischer Studios, Famous Studios, Olive Oyl, Bluto
Animation Shorts
by Jolly Frolics
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This one isn't seen much. It is a classic
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Topics: Classic cartoons, classic television programs, Gerald Mcboing Boing, Vintage Cartoons
Brick Films
by Joseph Demme
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Part 1 of the "Mad Literalist" LEGO movies
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Topics: lego, animation, literalist
Brick Films
by Joseph Demme
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Part 2 of the "Mad Literalist" LEGO movies
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Topics: Lego, Animation, Brickfilms
Animation Shorts
by John Sutherland
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Animated short that tells the story of how progress is achieved through hard work, research, competition, and fair trade.
Topics: Animation, John Sutherland, Business
Brick Films
by JereCo Productions
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A music video to the song by Pink Floyd. This was pretty much my first experiment with a darker theme, and I found it was tough to plan the actions of the characters. I also tried a few new shots, and I think I've improved my animation a bit, by switching to Nos's walk cycle and a few other things. This has taken up about 2-3 months to produce, and I'm glad I made it. I want to thank a few people. Thanks Little Studios, acericardo, Lechnology, and Matt Gillan for supporting me constantly along...
Topics: pink, floyd, hey, you, lego, stopmotion, brickfilm
Brick Films
by Jeremy
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A stop-motion animated film for a school history project. Note that some terms may be pronounced wrong.
Topics: japan, himeji, castle, lego, brickfilm, stop, motion
Animation Shorts
by J. Stuart Blackton
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From Wikipedia: Humorous Phases of Funny Faces is a silent cartoon by J. Stuart Blackton in the year 1906. It features a cartoonist drawing faces on a chalkboard, and the faces coming to life. Listed as Public Domain by Wikipedia and available on this Library of Congress site: http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/h?ammem/papr:@field(NUMBER+@band(animp+4064))
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Topic: J. Stuart Blackton
Brick Films
by Jonathan Clements
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A semi-violent movie that is very funny. Knights attack a man who lives in a mushroom.
Topics: Playmobil, StopMotion, Hurdy Gurdy
Animation Shorts
by John Sutherland
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John Sutherland produced animated short that shows the history of how business began in America starting from the colonial period to the uses of modern technology assembly lines the 1950s
Topics: Animation, John Sutherland, Business
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The unsung traveling animation pioneer.
Topics: Popeye, Fleischer Studios, Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, Bimbo, Looney Tunes, Bugs Bunny, Flip the...
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The wildest animator who ever lived!
Topics: Terrytoons, Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto, Famous Studios, Mighty Mouse, Heckle and Jeckle, Gandy Goose,...
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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Johnny Gent's animation for Popeye, Terrytoons, and other Famous Studios cartoons.
Topic: Popeye
Brick Films
by Joseph Demme
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A LEGO version of the Lobby scene in the Matrix.
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Topics: lego, animation, matrix
Machinima
by Joshua Fishburn
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Layers is a mashup narrative machinima created with footage from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (PS2), Military footage from an Apache Helicopter in Iraq (Public Domain/Department of Defense), and Shadow of the Colossus (PS2). Recorded almost entirely through a sniper scope from the game, it extends the conversation about the relationship between increasingly sophisticated military technology and the drive towards visual realism in videogames. What happens to the relationship between killer...
Topics: machinima, war, mashup, remix, video art
Brick Films
by Jeremy Wisoff and Alexander Paul Turner
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Leo was a short film entered in yet another Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest. After release, the film was subsequently one of the 11 finalists nominated, and then won 3rd prize out of approximately 40 entries. It tells the story of a slightly obscure intervention for an alcoholic. Alexander Turner co-wrote the script as well as did the majority of the voices.
Topics: leo, thac5, alcoholic, intervention, lego, stop, motion, brickfilm, crazyanimator, jereco
Animation & Cartoons
by Justin Roiland
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Another strange cartoon from the mind of Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland. Honestly just watch it because my words won't do it justice.
Topics: Animation, Dan Harmon, Channel 101, Acceptable.TV
Animation Shorts
by John Sutherland
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This Cold War-era cartoon uses humor to tout the dangers of Communism and the benefits of capitalism.
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Topics: Cold War, Animation: Advertising, Capitalism
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The Best Animator from Famous Studios.
Topics: Popeye, Famous Studios, Terrytoons, Bakshi, Baby Huey, Herman and Katnip, Little Lulu, Mighty...
Brick Films
by Joseph Demme
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A short Matrix LEGO movie that I made last year. I didn't worry too much about the story, which I regret now. But it is a cool fighting flick anyways. Neo is trying to rescue Morpheus is the basic plot.
Topics: Lego, Animation, Brickfilms
Brick Films
by JD
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I compressed my other LEGO Matrix movie.
Topics: LEGO, Brickfilms, Matrix
Machinima
by J. Joshua Diltz
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"Official Finalist of Blizzcon 2008 Machinima Festival. From Award the award winning creators of the "Rise of the Living Dead" series and "The Island". War looms on the horizon... As the Arch Druid wages a violent battle for land and wealth, his wife, High Priestess Elunari, must turn her back on her own people in a desperate attempt to shift the tide of war and save Azeroth from certain destruction. Deep in the shadowy depths of a secret Night Elf prison is a rival,...
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Topics: Sleeping Dogs Productions, Diltz, J. Joshua, World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment, Blizzcon
Brick Films
by JereCo Productions
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My addition to Lord of the Lego's dictionary series.
Topics: metopic, stopmotion, brickfilm, lego
SIGGRAPH
by Jason Heapy, Laura Lockwood
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Metropopular is an animated short film about what the cities of America would say to one another if they could talk. Frantic about a popularity contest in which these cities are competing, they jockey for top position while arguing between themselves. Highlighting their separate personalities, each city had his or her own reason why they should be ''America's favorite city.'' America's Favorite City Contest.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
Animation Shorts
by Joey Carrillo
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Millie and Lucy are two porn stars who get into trouble when they meet their male co-star, Jeremy Smalls. This animation is from a 2006 script written by Patrica Carrillo. This animation is just the first half of the script, with two of the 4 songs originally created for the movie. Included in the Lone Bannana Presents 2000-2010 DVD!!
Topics: millie, lucy, animation, musical, buddy, jeremy smalls, lone, lonebannana, bannana
Animation Shorts
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Miyuki Animation Club Cosplay 2001 Teaser Video
Topic: Miyuki Animation Club Cosplay 2001 Teaser Video
Animation & Cartoons
by Justin Roiland
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All eight episodes of Mr Sprinkles, a strange and disturbing cartoon series from Acceptable.TV and created by Justin Roiland. He would later co-create Rick and Morty and it doesn't take much time watching to see his fingerprints all over it.
Topics: Animation, Channel 101, Dan Harmon, Acceptable.TV, VH1
Brick Films
by Jeroen Willemse
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The first movie I ever made. The story's like this : Hank Garlicman is going to the museum, but on the road there he gets pushed over. When he gets there, the mummy turns out to still live ! This isn't really a thriller, more like a comedy
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Topics: Brickfilm, Mummy, Museum
Machinima
by Jim Munroe
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A video travelogue of my time as a Canadian tourist in Liberty City, the setting for the video game Grand Theft Auto 3 .
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Topics: Munroe, Jim: My Trip to Liberty City, Grand Theft Auto III: My Trip to Liberty City, Rockstar...
Machinima
movies

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The first episode of Mystery of love with sony vegas. I hope u like my 1st movie with it.
Topics: jisskiss, The Sims 2, Electronic Arts
Animation Shorts
by Jonathan Ian Mathes
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This is one many episodes of Neurotically Yours, the cult web toon showcased at www.illwillpress.com. The series revolves around a sarcastic squirrel, Foamy and his goth chick owner, Germaine. In this episodes, Foamy's friend, the jittery pill-popping Pilz-E baby sits so he can raise some money to pay for his prescriptions.
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Topic: "Foamy The Squirrel","Neurotically Yours","ill will...
SIGGRAPH
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The Chinese government needed a public relations tool to promote this completely new major airport construction project to airline customersÆ worldwide. The Architectural staff created the 3D exterior shell in FormZ. This was passed to the animation staff to detail the interior using 3D Studio Max. A seven-minute video shows how a passenger would travel from curbside through the terminal to aircraft boarding and then arriving passengers going thru to the baggage area. The 3D model was created...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
Vintage Cartoons
by Joshua Heinen
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The double eye wrinkle Popeye animator
Topics: Popeye, Popeye the Sailor, Bluto, Olive Oyl, Fleischer Studios, Famous Studios
Machinima
by Jason I. Choi, Richard Grove
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Andy and Brown are trained assassins working for the mysterious Organization. The long-time partners are sent to an apartment complex to eliminate a classified target during a heavy thunderstorm. They wait for their target in the courtyard of the apartment building. But something isn't right... Filmed with the Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne engine, Only The Strong Survive is Riot Films' debut machinima production, and the first installment in a trilogy. Only The Strong Survive has been in...
Topics: Max Payne 2, Riot Films, Choi, Jason I., Grove, Richard
Brick Films
by Jesús Delgado
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Will Panacoto be able to live up to his female's expectations?
Topic: Panacoto stop-motion stop motion stopmotion lego animation humour comedy handsome red competition
Brick Films
by Jamie Holding
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My first film with Lego
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Topics: Animation, lego, Brickfilms
Vintage Cartoons
by Joconda Video (Greece)
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Popeye - Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp (1939) (Greek dub, DVD) Taken from the greek DVD Joconda Video "Popeye in Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp - with Betty Boop". Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use...
Topics: popeye, popeye the sailor, fleischer studios, fleischer cartoons, paramount cartoons, greek dub
Animation Shorts
by Jones, Chuck
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Someone requested this cartoon and I found it in my Youtube videos I downloaded a few years back. Watch and Enjoy.
Topics: Classic Cartoons, Vintage cartoons, Animation shorts
Brick Films
by Jonathan Clements
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A western to the song RINGO by lorne greene
Topics: Ringo, Playmobil, StopMotion
Animation Shorts
by Joseph Lai
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"No planet was safe!" There are two ways to appreciate these movies. The first is to have a full, open bottle of bourbon in hand while viewing them. The second is to appreciate the freaky, random confluence of events that brought them into being. The first thing to appreciate is that South Korea embargoed foreign movies, especially animation, for a lengthy period of time. This meant that not only was there a dearth of programming for SK TV, it also meant that native studios could rip...
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Topics: anime, animation, mash-up, hong kong, joseph lai, dubbing, surrealism, robots, giant robots, alien...