Pedro was a wild burro who was adopted by animal lovers. He made his way through a succession of families until finally, he lived in the mountains of Colorado. This short opens on Pedro ...
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SpyCorp's management team have a crisis on their hands when three of their agents are turned into charcoal by incendiary missiles. Two IT consulting firms must compete to provide technological solutions.
The young twins Taiwo and Kenny live in an African kingdom where twins are taboo. The king's spy, a parrot, discovers the children and alerts the king, who sends his soldiers to try and ... See full summary »
In the original trailer for the Nigerian cartoon series, Adventures of Turtle Taido, young Taiwo and Kenny talk with Taido about his upcoming adventure. After the series was funded, major ... See full summary »
A young Indian woman appears ready for marriage, but she's presented with a number of unappealing life choices. This short was created to promote Tanima Kazi's first novel, How to Escape an Arranged Marriage in High Heels.
A behind the scenes look at how animations are created -- it's not a pretty picture. We're introduced to an overworked animator, the producer hires a typewriter-pounding screenwriter, and pitches story ideas to unimpressed clients.
ID Mind meets the Oracle in the Source and intuitively knows that he is up against the creator of the Nigerian scam, Napster, baggage fees at airports, diet soda that tastes like real soda and much worse things.
Ron Hayden, a celebrity voice impressionist, recites four poems by Edward Lear, each of which is followed by a short blackout gag cartoon by a variety of cartoonists and animators. Based on Lear's "A Book of Nonsense," (1846).
Everybody needs a hero sometimes. It can happen anywhere, you see someone collapse. Be calm, here's what to say. If they are over eight, ask them if they're okay. If there's no response ... See full summary »
Edward Lear's Nonsense Stories is a series of original animated webisodes based on limericks from Lear's A Book of Nonsense (1846). The poems are each read aloud by a celebrity impressionist and then a short animated cartoon follows.
This short cartoon pays homage to the Fleischer Studios Popeye cartoons of the 1950s. Brandon Stumpf, his wife Jen, daughter Madison and baby Avery arrive at the beach and set up for a ... See full summary »
With bonobos being about as far removed from having monogamous relationships as imaginable, you can see that it would be a challenge of momentous proportions to be a different sort of ... See full summary »
Pedro was a wild burro who was adopted by animal lovers. He made his way through a succession of families until finally, he lived in the mountains of Colorado. This short opens on Pedro near his loafing shed. He walks toward a river, and we begin to see his aura. Arriving at the Rainbow Bridge, he turns to say goodbye, and we hear Pedro's actual voice.Written by