- Opera Imaginaire
: Twelve popular operas are brought to life through the interpretations of some of Europe's most talented animators. All styles of animation are represented, including computer animation. Films by Ken Lidster, Monique Renault, Pascal Roulin, Jonathan Hills, Jimmy Murakami, Raimund Krumme, and more!
- Lotte Reiniger Compilation
: Lotte Reiniger pioneered the cut-out silhouette technique of animation in Potsdam, Germany, during the 1920s, and is credited with making the first feature-length animated film, The Adventures of Prince Achmed. This tape includes "Cinderella," "The Frog Prince," "Hansel and Gretel," "The Little Chimney Sweep" and "The Three Wishes." Also included is "The Art of Lotte Reiniger," a documentary in which the filmmaker takes us through the creation of a film step by step.
- Lotte Reiniger's Adventures of Prince Achmed
: The oldest animated feature film -- a landmark of cinema -- created in Weimar, Germany with Lotte Reiniger's unique paper cutout silhouette technique. The stories, based on tales from "The Arabian Nights," come wonderfully alive in this sensitive and imaginative work. A truly beautiful film that must be seen.