Oh yes, the fairly recent documentary (five years or so?) "Beetle Queen 
Conquers Tokyo."

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Jean Painlevé Films
Little Dog For Roger and Berlin Horse by Malcolm LeGrice,

and what about things like this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP4NMoJcFd4
El Jueves 24 de abril de 2014 11:04, sarah browne 
<sarahjbro...@yahoo.ie<mailto:sarahjbro...@yahoo.ie>> escribió:
Thanks Shelly!


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Kathy high. Animal attraction!!!!

Sent from my phone

On Apr 23, 2014, at 9:18 PM, Ruth Hayes 
<randomr...@comcast.net<mailto:randomr...@comcast.net>> wrote:
Here's a sampling of animation featuring animals in some way:  Wendy Tilby and 
Amanda Forbis' When the Day Breaks, Caroline Leaf's The Owl Who Married a 
Goose, my own Wanda, Iain Gardner's films, Aardman's Creature Comforts, Yuri 
Norstein's films, Alison deVere's Black Dog, Dennis Tupicoff's Darra Dogs, Igor 
Kovalyov's Hen His Wife, Sara Petty's Furies, Joanna Quinn's Britannia, Paul 
Fierlinger's Still Life with Animated DOgs, Alexander Petrov's The Cow, Run 
Wrake's Rabbit, three versions of Little Red Riding Hood: Piotr Dumala's Little 
Black Riding Hood, Tex Avery's Red Hot Riding Hood and Fleischer's Dizzy Red 
Riding Hood.

Ruth Hayes
http://www.randommotion.com<http://www.randommotion.com/>
blogs.evergreen.edu/hayesr<http://blogs.evergreen.edu/hayesr>

On Apr 23, 2014, at 8:05 AM, sarah browne wrote:


Dear Frameworkers,

I'm looking for some help in compiling a list of films that feature animals or 
human-animal relationships on film. Rather than wildlife documentaries (with 
some exceptions!) I'm more interested in the animal presence as an a kind of 
distancing tactic that allows for reflection on inter-human behaviours (ethics, 
empathy, violence). Arthouse or experimental material more than Babe.

Any tips very gratefully received!

Best wishes,

Sarah Browne

www.sarahbrowne.info<http://www.sarahbrowne.info/>
www.kennedybrowne.com<http://www.kennedybrowne.com/>

Hand to Mouth
CCA Derry-Londonderry
until 24 May 2014

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