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For the last two weeks we've celebrated Friday with short films from Czech surrealist Jan Švankmajer. A long weekend calls for something a a little more cheery--but still strange!--so here's a stop motion film from animators PES. Post-its never looked so tasty.
Last week we brought you Meat Love, the stop-motion story of a doomed love affair between two steaks, by Czech Surrealist Jan Švankmajer. This week, we've been enjoying (if that's the right word) Food: Pt. 1, a 1992 work by the same artist. Breakfast and lunch have never been so sinister or grotes ... More >>
This 1989 film from surrealist Czech artist and filmmaker Jan Švankmajer tells the story of a doomed love affair between two steaks.
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