They're always there, you just have to know how to look for them. What are they? They're the fascinating sights and realms 11-year-old Elly sees via powerful electron microscopes.
In a young anthropologist's dream, he brings a member of the imaginary mountain tribe called Tapi to Moscow, in order to save him from being eaten by other tribesmen as well as to prove the tribe's existence to academia. The main character is probably based on Yeti.
This short film is adapted from Madame d'Aulnoy's clasic fairy tale, The White Cat. The White Cat was originally planned as a feature film musical which Anna Biller worked on over a period of a couple of years, creating an original soundtrack, over a hundred costumes, many props, and a children's book. Eventually, realizing it was a bit unconventional and expensive to raise the proper funding for, she instead adapted it for the stage with a cast of eight performers, and called the new version The Lady Cat. The film and play were trying to capture the complex nature of the character of the White Cat, an enchanted princess who has been transformed into a cat, with all of the perversions and fancies that such a transformation implies. This particular scene is about the sexual feelings that are awakened in the two lovers when they witness the awakening of spring.
A British trick film with stop-motion animation by an unknown film maker.
A parlor full of bon vivants pass around an enchanted pair of spectacles that “reveal the personality and pleasures of the one who wears them.”
By Nikolai Gogol's "May Night, or the Drowned Maiden". Son of a stubborn mayor can not get his father's agreement to marry an ordinary peasant girl. Unexpectedly he gets the help from an "evil force"
The story of a salesman who deals with implants that allow the user to blur the line between reality and dream.
After a magic bell from Tibet is stolen, a little girl and an elephant undertake a dangerous journey to bring the bell home.
In a near future the government decides to save money on psychiatric care. Josh, a mute war victim, is let out on the cold, gritty streets where he befriends the beautiful Maria who hides a horrible secret.
Puck is introduced to the twentieth century and is as amused by the contemporary obsession with television as he was by the lovers' antics.
It's from Hong Kong. It involves ghosts.
A magician searches for his successor to fight evil.
Twelve sisters who escaped at the start of their human-eating mother, are marry at the same time the king. But the ogress craves revenge and deceives the king as an attractive woman. The ogress ensures that the twelve sisters lose their eyesight and are imprisoned in a cave. Where they eat their own children to survive. Only the little Puthisen, the son of the youngest sister, is spared. Puthisen grows then into the cave from child to young man. As a young adult he decides to liberate his mother and the eleven aunts.
A cheeky female jester uses the smoke of her cigarette to make things appear and disappear. After showing her talents by playing with a chair or a dog, she lets clowns appear; one female, and two male. The male clowns fight each other over the girl who gets changed over and over again by the jester.