John Hubley Centennial
Short Films by John Hubley
Introduced by Emily Hubley
A special program of assorted short films by award winning animator John Hubley. Hubley was a former Disney animator who, after leaving Disney in the 1940s and despite having been blacklisted, went on to create some of the most remarkable animated films up until his death in 1977. Closely collaborating with his wife, Faith, and their children, Hubley’s films are richly textured, whimsical tales that are considered timeless classics.
An Artists Public Domain / Cinema Conservancy Release in collaboration with the Hubley Studio
ADVENTURES OF AN *, TENDER GAME, THE HAT, URBANISSIMO, and EGGS preserved by The Museum of Modern Art with support from The Celeste Bartos Film Preservation Fund.
MOONBIRD and OF MEN AND DEMONS preserved by the Academy Film Archive.
Adventures of an Asterisk
dir. John Hubley, US, 1956, 35mm, 11 min.
dir. John Hubley, US, 1958, 35mm, 6 min.
dir. John Hubley, US, 1959, 35mm, 10 min.
dirs. John and Faith Hubley, US, 1964, 35mm, 19 min.
dirs. John and Faith Hubley, US, 1968, 35mm, 10 min.
dir. John Hubley, US, 1967, 35mm, 6 min.
Of Men and Demons
dirs. John and Faith Hubley, US, 1968, 35mm, 9 min.
dir. John Hubley, US, 1970, 35mm, 10 min.