I've been meaning to share this little stop-motion animation I came across; it's the sweetest thing I've come across in a long time.
Also, if you're interested in film, you should check out the National Film Board of Canada site. For the past few years, they've been uploading their collection to their website and you can now watch thousands of of their non-commercial films for free. They're best-known for producing documentaries and animation, but they also have some short narrative films. The NFB funds a lot of unusual, interesting fims that would never get studio money, so it's a great place to find somewhat weird stuff (one of my favourites, Mme. Tutli Puttli, for example). You can browse their collection by genre, catgeory or keyword.
Warning: Madame Tutli Putli is pretty creepy/ lecherous for an animated film...not really for kids! (Or squeamish adults.)