This haunting and truly bizarre French animated sci-fi from 1973 displays a technical mastery and consistency of vision that makes lesser psychedelic cartoons look like the after-school projects of well-meaning high-school stoners. Cerebral and deliberately paced, the story—featuring giant blue creatures that keep humans as pets—leaves ample space for getting lost in the expansive alien landscapes, imaginatively conjured through cutout stop-motion. Think Monty Python intro, but with a way higher frame rate. Tonight’s 35 mm presentation is ornamented with live musical accompaniment by the Seattle psych-rock group Kingdom of the Holy Sun, for the complete sensory experience. (Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave,, 7 pm, $12)