A man made of wood and a woman with secrets connect online, sharing truths that break them out of the cages of lies that have imprisoned them.
The story of a family that suffers a tragedy, but perseveres and finds redemption through each other and their work - making art.
HBO Hungary looks at the popularity of Pierre Woodman, a French porn director known for his amateur "casting" shoots and contract work with Private and Hustler. Woodman prowls the malls and cafés of Eastern Europe seeking attractive, persuadable 19-year-olds to film in his hotel room.
The Tin Woodman, framed by light bulbs, does a little dance, leaps and retrieves his axe from outside the frame, chops down a tree that turns into various objects, grabs a heart emblem from the corner, and goes to the Emerald City at night with Toto. He goes to the edge of a cliff, where he meats an Asian spirit who gives him a heart shape that becomes a kite that hooks to him with a cane. This is followed by approximately ten minutes of kaleidoscopic images, including a man's hands, a dancing girl, and a cutout of Krishna. - IMDb
A three-dimensional narrative enacted at the California Poppy Reserve. TIN WOODMAN'S HOME MOVIE NO.2 is part of Mike Plante's Lunchfilm series of commissioned shorts (made for the cost of a lunch between Plante and filmmakers, Naomi Uman and Lee Lynch).
The Fox, a lumberjack, sets off to chop down his daily tree. He decides on the Crow's but the Crow is determined to save his home. He tries appealing to the Fox's sympathies with poetry and singing but the Fox pays no heed. After agreeing to let the Crow move out his possessions first (getting the Fox crushed by an elevator and piano in the process), the Fox sets to work chopping the tree. The Crow removes the blade from his axe so the Fox then uses a saw which the Crow uses to propel the fox into orbit. Next he tries bashing down the tree with an elephant but the Crow scares the pachyderm away with a toy mouse. Finally, the Fox plans to crash a train into the tree but it turns out the tree is petrified (or is it?).
Spring comes and melts winter's icy blanket and the forest is a merry place. The birds and beavers, and the flowers and the trees awaken after their winter's slumber. But the invasion of a woodsmen brings sadness as he begins to chop down a fir tree. All the animals come to the trees rescue and prevent him from chopping it down. When he tries to blast it down with dynamite, a caterpillar calls down a rainstorm and the frustrated woodsmen departs, leaving the idyllic forest to its inhabitants.