Weird toys and monsters, creepy dolls and broken zombie carrousels are waiting for you in this three minutes grotesque freak stereo-brained short animation movie.
Well ... everything is in the title. Enjoy!!
It' s alive is a 3D anaglyph documentary, a travel through the caverns of the deep ocean meeting unknown creatures and unexpectable vegetation forms. We'd like to thank the DSRCO (Deep Sea Research Center of Osaka) for the nano-submarine and the anaglyph camera which permitted us to take the picture during the 2010 expedition in the cavern mazes of the Mariana trench.
Inspired by the Greek myth of Prometheus—a Titan who created the first mortals from clay and stole fire from the gods—Prometheus’ Garden immerses its audience in a cinematic universe like no other. Each haunting frame of this magical animated short flows into the next to form a stream of consciousness in which an unlikely cast of clay characters undergoes a violent struggle for survival. In the 1970s, Bruce Bickford relinquished creative control of his work to then-collaborator Frank Zappa, who edited and scored it; the subsequent release of Prometheus’ Garden marked Bickford’s reclamation of his own uncompromising, comprehensive vision.
Intolerance I - A strange object is found in the furthest reaches of space. When decoded and understood, the consequences of this discovery ring in a new danger for mankind: Zogs!
Intolerance II - The invasion: Dwight may be earth's only hope, only he knows who the real Zogs are. And who would have thought an astronaut taking some time out to smell a pair of women's knickers could expose the earth to so much danger.
Intolerance III - The final solution: A stunning twist! Do the Zogs really exist? We leap two thousand years into the future for the final showdown.