Last month marked the third edition of the AniMazSpot Festival in Glendale, California. It’s a small, non-profit boutique festival that celebrates the best animated short films from around the world.
It's hard to believe that November is almost gone and it is time to start thinking about gifts for all of the animation lovers on your list. Just in time for the holiday season the very talented Australian animator Dennis Tupicoff has released 5 of his most popular award winning films on DVD and BluRay.
Just in case you haven't had the chance to explore his work you can check it out at: www.junglepictures.com.au and enjoy!
INTO THE DARK
HIS MOTHER'S VOICE
THE DARRA DOGS
DANCE OF DEATH
Total length: 64:00
DVD & BluRay available from:
For the first time: a chance to see these prize-winning 1983-2007 films
collected on DVD and BluRay.
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