The Devil’s Bride: A Mill Legend

The Devil’s Bride: A Mill Legend 1990

The river that passes through the mill has dried out. The miller and his daughter are frantic: how can they deliver the huge amount of flour needed for the wedding at the castle? The devil promises to help, but only if the girl follows him to hell; but the girl’s true love chases the devil away and builds a levee. The devil is very angry and whips up a bad storm that destroys the mill… and then proposes to rebuild it in exchange for the girl. The miller accepts the offer, but keeps one nail hidden! Without the nail, the devil loses the bet and the girl celebrates marries her beloved. (Quelle: DEFA Film Library)

Ozzy: The Great Furscape

Ozzy: The Great Furscape

Boisterous beagle Ozzy (voiced by Guillermo Romero) finds himself home alone when his owners head off for a dog-free holiday. He's been booked into the swanky Blue Creek canine spa... but discovers that it's a front put up by its sneaky dog-napping proprietor. Relying on their instincts and natural doggedness, Ozzy and his fellow abductees must put their noses together to come up with an escape plan. Barking animated adventure.

Tee-Hee

Tee-Hee 1988

Animator Thomas Stellmach's first cartoon, produced at the Academy of Art in Kassel.

Go! Anpanman: Anpanman and His Pleasant Friends

Go! Anpanman: Anpanman and His Pleasant Friends 1992

Three stories develop familiar Anpanman and popular characters gathered together and filled with love and dreams. Every single talk is short, so even a tired child should be able to sit still in front of the TV: (1) Akachanman's Great Adventure. (2) Currypanman and SL-man. (3) Sing! Anpanman's Dream

Peep and the Big Wide World

Peep and the Big Wide World 1988

Peep the chicken ventures out on an adventure into the Big Wide World and makes some friends along the way. Narrated by Peter Ustinov, this 1988 short film commissioned by the National Film Board of Canada comprises three short stories starring Peep the chicken, Quack the duck, and Chirp the Robin, and eventually served as the inspiration for an ongoing 2004 animated series.

Impact Video Magazine

Impact Video Magazine 1989

Counter-culture video magazine created by Stuart Shapiro, featuring Bill Hicks, Robert Williams, Public Enemy, Butthole Surfers, Survival Research Labs, and much more! Hosted by Alex Winter!

Summer With Kuro

Summer With Kuro 1990

Hiroshima, summer of 1945. A young girl named Nobuko saves a starving kitten from crows. She wants to keep the kitten, but her parents dismiss the idea. Nobuko eventually convinces them to let her keep it. She and her brother Makoto name the cat Kuro. Kuro quickly brings joy and laughter to the family. As World War II takes its toll on Japan, it becomes harder for Nobuko and her family to care for Kuro. One August morning, Kuro begins acting strangely...