The Game is full of rulles and chances. Red Mary meets blue John on the game board. They dont want to play by strict rulles during their game. They want to be free and together (against diverse colours and fate). But they meet green Robert and yellow Olga...and fatal cube of course!
Little Pete gets a camera as a birthday gift - and with it an unexpected visit from crazy aunties who turn the apartment upside down, eat his birthday cake, let his grandpa stick to a carnivorous flytrap and bring to life the hungry monsters hidden in the fridge. Was it real or just Pete's fancy? It's hard to tell. Only the Crazy Horror Aunties mail order service knows the answer. Half nonsense, half horror: a whirlwind of strange situations and little catastrophes in an unusual fusion of poetry with animation.
You don’t see many entirely hand-drawn animated films any more. In Keep Going!, the author uses the dinginess of paper and manual work including all its tiny imperfections and even animates the numbering phase. His film shows a sort of mechanized system which is endangered by a grain of sand.
The unbearable thrill is escalated by the words of the broadcaster. Doping and merciless annihilation of your opponents is common practice in this sport – only the most cunning racer can win! Because there’s more at stake than you can see at first glance. This humorous film with an unexpected twist was made at the College and High School of Art of Václav Hollar in Prague.