The Fat Slags 1992

Two larger ladies with a love for the raunchier things in life embark on an adventure in this stop motion animated triumph.

The Dirt Inside 1998

The Dirt Inside uses the medium of clay in various unusual ways to tell the story of a young girl who is a victim of date rape. It attempts to communicate the loss of something very precious and irreplaceable.

Who Were the Ones? 1972

This short film was created by a group of Indigenous filmmakers at the NFB in 1972 and is essentially a song by Willie Dunn sung by Bob Charlie and illustrated by John Fadden: "Who were the ones who bid you welcome and took you by the hand, inviting you here by our campfires, as brothers we might stand?" The song expresses bitter memories of the past, of trust repaid by treachery, and of friendship debased by exploitation upon the arrival of European colonists.

Walking Meat

Humanity has grown a taste for zombies. A trio of self-centered millennials visit a zombie farm and get trapped with their old-school techno-tard supervisor and a horde of undead running amok. Overcoming generation gaps becomes a matter of survival.

Smell the Flowers 1996

A busy executive gets a visit from a nature loving bird and introduces the harried office worker to the joys of flora and fauna, with a surprise ending.

Cock-a-doodle-doo! 1966

This tale (about a rich man stealing poor man's magic mill or magic grinder) is the first stop-motion animation film by the Riga Motion Picture Studio, created by four professional puppeteers from the Latvian Puppet Theatre and directed by Arnolds Burovs. The film constituted a successful beginning for a stable and long-standing tradition and is evidence of the intuitive skills of the filmmaker required for stop-motion animation, namely, the ability to work with precision and economy of expression.