Electric Literature has been offering up "Single Sentence Animation" -- a collaborative project between authors and animators to take a single line from the author's work and re-interpret it as a short--very short animation. Some of the offering are rather wonderful (just as some are strange, disturbing, and perplexing). I love the idea -- it is another unexpected engagement with text, allowing layers of interpretation. Here the newest offering that I rather like -- though I do recommend nibbling your way through the archives of pieces. (And if interested in contributing your piece, here are the submission guidelines.)
1. James Willoughby animates "Orange" by Tarah Scalzo. Music by Giving The Table A Name. Music by Joel Neale. You can read the entire short story here.