Paramount Pictures

Superman: The Mechanical Monsters (1941)

Superman: The Mechanical Monsters (1941) can be termed as an all time classical era of the superhero. Like always, Superman in this particular series is also out there to protect Metropolis from the many arch-rivals always trying to destroy the peace of the world. The opening scene is the typical Superman signature style, with people shouting "Up in the sky" ,"Look, its a bird", "Its a plane", "Its Superman" accompanying this opening scene is drum-rolls and trumpets taking you to the old school of cartoon making techniques. What would really catch the viewers attention would be the way Superman is shown in the cartoon. Quite hilarious, at-least that is the case with people of 2011.

Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty

Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty, directed by Nicky Phelan and produced by Brown Bag Films, first came to the screen in 2008 and already has won a number of awards while traveling across vast lands of Ireland, America, and Australia. This wonderful 5 minute creation takes us inside of the little house where an old granny is telling a good night story to her grandchild. The story, however, does not come with a magical happy ending we would all hope for. Everything dressed in the stunning visuals is more than expected from an animation that found its way on the shortlist of 10 films for Oscar nominations in 2010. A definite little treat for just about everyone!