“The question ‘How was the mentü ship Steered’ bears two meanings: as inference in the sense of ‘faith,’ as well as the relation between the notions of ‘imagery, logos, and action.’ The answer is ‘divine love,’ regardless of the form of the question: the Amentü ship is navigated by the love of God. ” Zeynep Gemuhluoglu, tsa.org: https://www.tsa.org.tr/en/yazi/yazidetay/67/%EF%BF%BD%EF%BF%BDmentu-gemisi-nasil-yurudu (16 Oct 2019).
Pequeña historia de náufragos donde una mujer es llevada por sus más ardorosos sentimientos, comprobando los límites del egoísmo del hombre.
Short story about castaways in which a woman is carried away by her most burning feelings, proving the limits of man's selfishness.
Film experimental de animación que cuenta una pequeña historia de infidelidad conyugal.
Experimental animation film that tells a short story about marriage infidelity.
Film de animación que cuenta la anécdota de un caballero que tiene un encuentro casual cuando se dirige a las Cruzadas.
Animated film that tells the story of a knight that has a casual encounter as he travels to the Crusades.
"Film about how to make films." Library and Archives Canada.
Footage of residential Los Angeles after a snowstorm in 1932. Opens with an Amateur Cinema League leader and a stop-motion animated title.
"2 part travelogue film of Hawaii capturing the scenery, resources and people of the islands. Part 1 visits to a lava flow and other natural wonders such as Haleakala Creater and a black sand beach as well as numerous shores and valleys along the way. Stop motion animation of a toy car or ship tracks a change in location. Part 2 features footage of tropical flowers, picking coconuts, family picnic, farming and factory processing pineapple, Hula dance performances, surfing and canoeing competitions, and sunsets."
"An eclipse of the moon – and a little animated love story." Oldfilm.org
"A time lapse study of the total lunar eclipse; July 5, 1982." UCLA Film & Television Archive.
"Short film about the construction of a building. Opens with a cartoon, features the construction site, and ends with the finished building. Ray L. Huffman's name, who was a San Diego architect, is featured in the film." UCLA Film & Television Archive.
"A five minute abstract film using live action, slow motion and shots showing the interplay of lights on coloured paper. Although the film was silent, its accompanying gramophone record married so well that the film was perceived as a sound film" ("McLaren and Grierson: Intersections").
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