William K.L. Dickson brings his hat from his one hand to the other and moves his head slightly, as a small nod toward the audience. This was the first film produced by the Edison Manufacturing Company to be shown to public audiences and the press.
A fun short piece that Lynch presented as his acceptance for the Hollyshorts 2008 Visionary Award.
Short speech by George Eastman.
A play on the theme of hearts. Two hearts cavort, change shape, shoot arrows at one another, give birth, and finally become one heart bearing the message "Will you be our Valentine?"
A surreal short film that Lynch made for the 2008 Twin Peaks Festival. It only screened once and is in Black and white. In this film, Lynch is speaking backwards in what looks to be a cross between the floors of Eraserhead and the Twin Peaks Red Room. Sitting next to him is a plastic doll with the face of Laura Palmer.
Andy Hardy and the rest of the Hardy family wake up Christmas morning to gifts and give a holiday greeting to viewers.
A short film where Oswald the Lucky Rabbit climbs a mountain to get to his love Ortensia.
An offbeat, episodic film about three friends, Paul, a shy love-seeker, Lloyd, a vibrant conspiracy nut, and Jon, an aspiring filmmaker and peeping tom. The film satirizes free-love, the Kennedy assassination, Vietnam, and amateur film-making.
It's Cathy's party, but she's not having a good time. The boys have found an Ouija board and are out for some harmless fun. When strange things start to happen, they blame each other, but the joke goes too far and soon they realize it isn't a joke at all...
This short reveals a day in the life of four adolescents in Wollongong who are confronted with unemployment and an uncertain future.
Lewis Stone urges movie-goers to appreciate those in the US armed forces who will be spending the holidays overseas, away from their families. On behalf of everyone in motion pictures, he wishes them "a very happy, and a free, holiday." Written by David Glagovsky (Taken from the imdb page)
In Brookhaven, Ohio decorations have been hung with care, as many families are together celebrating the joy of the holidays. While they are together, much darker things are happening around them: adultery, disrespect, malice, and demons.
This animated twist on Halloween memories involves the traumatic theft of a candy bag on Halloween night.
A worm reminiscent of Jerry Colonna is lowered into the water and uses various guises to lure fish. He also tangles with a crab.
Eight people attend a Christmas party in hope of having a pleasant celebration, however it takes various awkward turns and ends with one of the guests leaving sooner than they thought. Alan Ayckbourn's stage play adapted for BBC TV, 1986
Darcy Blake has the perfect job – she works for Harrington House, a successful greeting card company, in the editorial department. Writing heart-felt, meaningful copy for cards is very important to Darcy, especially at Christmas, which was important to her as a young girl. She realizes that she is a bit out of step with her fellow millennials but that is fine with Darcy. Everything is about to change when Andrew Harrington arrives at the company to take over from his grandfather and he has a very different view of the holidays.
The owner of an unsuccessful greeting-card store attempts to sell 'talking' greeting cards in the form of records.
This little trailer looks to have been produced for theaters, and looks to be most likely animated by Joop Geesink in Holland/The Netherlands, who continued to produce films for Phillips and others after George Pal moved to Hollywood, starting the Puppetoon series.
This visual postcard wishes its viewers a Happy Christmas and other good wishes one sends on a joyous occasion such as the holidays. However, this video postcard starts out with an idyllic winter scene soon transgresses into a bizarre series of appearances of a fish spitting out words, an elephant who appears to be half made out of jelly playing with a ball. All these add to the strange atmosphere of Mulloy’s Christmas card. Mulloy was inspired by the financial crisis to depict a bleak winter.
Gopan lived with his widowed father Aravindakshan Nair and falls in love with Sheethal, his neighour. Together they tries the match of former sweethearts Rangaswami Iyengar and Kasthuri who are neighours. But there is twist when a Chennai-born man Swaminathan who see Sheethal.But in the end gopan & sheetal are united.