Hi Stranger (Kirsten Lepore, 2017) 2 mins
This two-minute animation began life as a doodle on the back of a post-it note and was inspired, in part, by the year the animator spent in therapy. Watch.
Enough (Anna Mantzaris, 2017) 2 mins
What if, in the face of life’s small daily temptations or frustrations, instead of restraining our inner impulses, we lost control? Watch.
Wild Wild Ham (Eri Kawaguchi, 2013) 5 mins
A volleyball player on a time-out from the game stretches out on the grass to enjoy the delightful sensation of the wind whistling through their toes. Weird but relatable all at once. Watch.
YA-NE-SEN a Go Go (Shishi Yamazaki, 2011) 1 min
Not done your one form of exercise yet today? The moves in this cheerful animation – a celebration of dancing, and food – are eminently re-creatable in your living room at home. Watch.
Manoman (Simon Cartwright, 2015) 10 mins
In an attempt to tap into his masculinity, meek-mannered Glen attends a primal scream therapy session where he unleashes something deep from within and that knows no limits: a living embodiment of his id. Watch.