A short animated film by Furukawa Taku.
While Hoot was chasing the notorious bank robber The Fox, his horse finds the Fox's costume, and for fun Hoot dressed up like the Fox. One of the delivery men, thinking Hoot was the Fox, gives him the strong box with the town's pay roll, so Hoot Kloot has to bring it back to the bank while dressed up like the Fox. The real Fox has another idea.
Big Red is coming to Cactus Goat to give revenge on Hoot Kloot for sending him to the river. Hoot tried to get help from townsfolk, but everybody refuses, because they're afraid of Big Red.
A somewhat dark and surreal tale by Naoyuki Tsuji. Our protagonist sets out on a journey in a world which starts at The Gate of Confusion. To complete his travels, he must meet various strange characters to relieve himself of his burdens and set himself free.
"... extraterrestrial Icarus... uncharted hinterland... glimpses of live-action early on give way to bizarre deserts dotted with vast, crumbling stone ears, and weird creatures made of assorted human parts, dragging themselves around on what ought to be their necks... With story excised, the action resembles a nature documentary, one which David Attenborough has fled from in revulsion... journey across a boingy brainscape..." - David Cairns for MUBI.
Pancho and El Toro meet a friendly, singing Japanese beetle...the only one in Japan with a black belt in Karate. Toro tries to catch him for his supper, but is only given repeat lessons in the martial art.
Hoot hires "Mild" Bill Hiccups as his deputy to catch "Wild" Bill Hiccups. Things go wrong, especially when it turned out "Mild" Bill changes into "Wild" Bill every time he hiccups.
Hoot, thinking it's impossible to catch Crazywolf on his horse Fester, he replaces him with a police-car. Crazywolf of course makes it impossible for him to catch him even with his car.
Hoot Kloot and Fester arrives at San Francisco to bring Judge Sayabe (the hanging judge) back to Cactus Goat. Unfortunately for the judge, Hoot Kloot goofs up along the way and the judge gets blown up, run over by a train, and falls down the cliff. They eventually return to the Cactus Goat, with the judge making a certain sheriff his enemy. Last "Hoot Kloot" cartoon.
A heavyset woman who keeps being harassed by her aerobics instructor and her attempts to get even with him on a Body Beautiful contest.
A jazzy, graffiti-inspired, sci-fi noir drawn directly onto film.
(TV Short 1974) Long, long ago the world didn't have any snow and winter was a time of wind, darkness and cold. One day a group of kids with a heartfelt cause to transform the season marched to the Ministry of Winter to persuade the all-powerful, icy-hearted Mr.Winter to use his magic and bestow the great gift of snowfall upon the world. It's a gift that makes the season full of wonder and joy, it is The Gift of Winter.
A special performance for Laforet, the large department store/museum in Harajuku.
Sadeghi’s second film made in 1972, advances his style by accentuating on modern usage of Persian miniatures. The story gets along with the hippism ambience of 1970’s about peace. Flower Storm tells of the inhabitants of two towns who lives in peace and harmony until their kings start to fight over a bird they both have shot down while hunt-ing. War breaks out but children of the town during the night, substitute flowers for the cannon balls. The next day, there exists not a battle but flower storm.
A view of man's perpetual struggle for self-destruction, in which we glimpse a world where rockets are part of everyone's lives.
Diana Wilson’s mysteriously beautiful animated tableaux fluidly unfold before our eyes, a generous receptacle for the mournful, harrowing soundtrack, in which the filmmaker recounts a tragedy from her youth.