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Description: Karas: The Revelation is about the war between supernatural forces on the roads of modern-day Japan. The Revelation covers the real identity of newly-minted Karas (spiritual protector of humanity from demonic forces) Otaha, who returns to his hometown to rescue a mate from gangsters. Meanwhile, evil Karas Eko continues his campaign of terror vs mankind with the aid of a multi-headed dragon summoned by the powers of rogue demon Nue.
Description: From the age of 16 he used alcohol and drugs to hold anguish away. In the shape of an animated hedgehog he says about his wars vs voices and shapes. Art supports him out of the worst.
Description: “If the cuckoo don’t crow, then you know there’s wind coming…” Brian from Melton recounts how his mother, Doris, was the girl who predicted the October 1987 hurricane and famously phoned the BBC, but was said not to be so daft.
Description: The Hungarian family create their greatest to entertain the German exchange-student with traditional Hungarian dishes. The rather insignificant head of the family tries to reach for the salt cellar but can't do it, while his family keeps on chatting and eating without noticing that someone has gone missing from the table.
Description: An attempt to a reconstruct of a chess minigame between Alexander Bogdanov and Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin. Capri Italy. Tuesday April 28. 1908. The Villa of Russian Creator Gorki.
Description: Five animals meet regularly to discuss their inner angst in a group therapy session led by Dr. Clement, a canine psychotherapist. The group contains Lorraine, a leech who suffers from separation anxiety; Cheryl, a praying mantis who can’t seem to hold a man; Todd, a pig with an eating disorder; Jeffrey, a bird with guilt issues; and Linda, an obsessive-compulsive cat.
Description: While packing up before a move, cartoonist Zviane comes across an old audiocassette that plunges her back into her childhood fantasies and perceptions of the world. Based on a real-life recording, Sweet Childhood is a playful animated short with two narrators—namely, the Zvianes of past and present. Guided by her own voice from 30 years ago, the celebrated creator of Les deuxièmes employs a range of techniques to evoke the naïve charm of children’s drawings, giving graphic form to her quirky, youthful narrative. The effect is a hilarious short that questions just how “sweet” childhood really is. A slice of daily life, courtesy of the Comic Strip Chronicles.
Description: A richly illustrated cartoon movie that enlarges on man's capacity to foul his own nest, and to ignore it. Made by a joint squad of Canadian and Yugoslav animation artists, the movie transmits its warning with unflagging humor, imagination, movement and design. In between animated sequences Dr. Fred H. Knelman, Professor of Science and Human Affairs at Concordia University in Montréal, comments on the import of what is shown and on what lies in shop if more responsibility is not taken on a global scale to conserve what is left of our vital resources and usable environment.
Description: Canadians in find of the national identity will not search it totally fleshed in this film. An animated cartoon, it sees Canadians as pragmatists, adaptable to whatever climate or history zone in their way. It is a boisterous, bubbling analysis of the Canadian hero and, although it may not respond the question of the title, it does leave the feeling that being Canadian is not so exhausting as one might expect.
Description: Kaspar is drowning. Few folks who wish to save him rush forward. Some of them are filled with nice will, others are pumped up with pretentiousness. They are all equally inefficient in this satirical animated movie about public spiritedness.
Description: Silas Rand and Charles Leland first wrote down the legends of the nice spirit Glooscap before the turn of the century. Since then, Summer Legend has been retold many times, but never more beautifully than in this colorful animated interpretation. It says of the Mi’kmaq folks in the cold white dawning of their world, and of how Glooscap battled with the giant Winter in order to bring Summer to the North.
Description: In this animated movie our hero, Wally the Security Dog, continues to suffer a host of injuries as he instructs his master in the guidelines of playground safety. This is the second movie in which Wally provides a proper example to young adults, parents, and caregivers in the zone of kid safety.
Description: On the method to Daphne's relatives' condominium, the Mystery Inc. gang detours through the city of Winter Hollow, where the vengeful Headless Snowman has destroyed the town's Christmas spirit.
Description: Duke Heinrich von Libnitz wins a knightly drink tournament in 1472. However, the last barrel he drinks costs him his whole estate. So he has to look for fresh property! Heinrich looks into the Kingdom of Poland, known for a pretty princess and a large wine cellar, and he decides to become the lord of Poland. But his adventurous point ends up on a dunghill instead of the throne.
Description: According to the justice of the Wild West, thieves gotta be punished. But when the sheriff's horse breaks, and there is no-one to oversee justice, it's difficult to forecast if justice stays justice.
Description: Scaredy Squirrel never leaves his nut tree…until one day, his worst nightmares come true! Scaredy Squirrel suddenly finds himself out of his tree. As he leaps into the unknown, he discovers something really uplifting and surprising about himself. The Scaredy Squirrel Trilogy details the original classic storyline plus the sequels, Scaredy Squirrel at Night and Scaredy Squirrel Makes a Friend.
Description: A gentle tale of love said in halting words. A movie about healing after profound loss. John and Michael pays homage to two boys with Down's syndrome who shared an intimate and profoundly loving relationship that deeply affected the filmmaker. Animated with clay backlit on glass, the movie shimmers like stained glass in motion. Narrator Brian Davis, also intellectually challenged, brings the boys alive with nice sensitivity. The audience shares in the different emotions that infuse their daily living. John and Michael, by its artistry, rises above society's traditional concepts around disability, sexuality and death. When the heart is touched, differences melt. Love is what defines humanity.
Description: Many cultures have viewed the lunar eclipse as a strong reminder of the Day of Judgment. Folks chant prayers, sing songs and recite poetry, all in an effort to communicate with nature and the cosmic forces in the sky. They ask for forgiveness or understanding, as they yearn for what they fear is lost. “Deyzangeroo” is one such ritual, performed in the Iranian port town of Bushehr, on the shores of the Persian Gulf. The distinctive percussive music, rhythmic chants and tribal dances—an echo of the city’s colonial rule by the British and Portuguese, and the African slaves that followed—are performed with reverence, fear and magic. The ritual is believed to ward off evil spirits and take back the moon. And it works each time…
Description: Skin for Skin is a dark allegory of greed and spiritual reckoning set during the early days of the fur trade. In 1823, the Governor of the biggest fur-trading company in the globe travels across his Dominion, extracting ever-greater riches from the winter bounty of animal furs. In his brutal globe of profit and loss, animals are slaughtered to the brink of extinction until the balance of power shifts, and the forces of nature exact their own poor price. With nods to Melville and Coleridge, directors Carol Beecher & Kevin Kurytnik have created a visually stunning contemporary myth about the cost of arrogance and greed.
Description: By A.D. 2010, all boys have died off quickly due to a dramatic change in the environment and an unknown contaminant. The population decreased to the lowest number ever seen...until only the girls were left alive. They live huddled in tiny corners of a globe mostly reclaimed by nature. There are those who agree their inevitable extinction and live a carefree life... There are those who test to continue on the race with the support of science... It is a society of constant conflict over their differences of principles and policies. The storyline takes zone in the center of Tokyo. It is one of the territories left for them. The conflict over the specimen of "ICE" and the possibility it may deliever to save humanity begins.
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"Welcome to the Richard E Grant era of Doctor Who. Blink and you'll miss it."Those words, spoken by its executive producer James Goss in a DVD documentary about the story, more than adequately describe the reputation of Shout Of The Shalka. Originally produced with the intention of being the first storyline in a web based continuation of the then still canceled series, this animated Doctor Who "webcast" from 2003 has often been neglected, if not downright forgotten, by fans. With its long awaited DVD release last year, the storyline has been enjoying something of a much required reexamination.There is Richard E Grant's Doctor for example. Grant's Doctor (originally intended to be the Ninth before being "replaced" by Christopher Eccleston) feels like something of a cross between the Doctors of the Old Series and the New. There's an aloofness that brings to mind the First and Sixth Doctors while his rather abrasive attitude towards the military (and especially Major Kennet) calls to mind the Third's early dealings with UNIT. In another methods this Doctor has intriguing pre-echoes of the Fresh Series Doctors that were to follow within just a couple of years. Grant's Doctor has a harm quality to him with something and someone in his past haunting him which only the happenings in the storyline begin to support him recover from while some of the dialogue should easy be delivered by the likes of David Tennent or Matt Smith. Like Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor, we receive only a glimpse of this Doctor and it's something that makes judging his Doctor more hard but there's certainly plenty of promise here.The storyline also has a god cast, some of whom would go onto appearances in the Fresh Series. Perhaps the most obvious connection to the Fresh Series is Derek Jacobi as the Master, a role he would enjoy in a various context in the Fresh Series episode Utopia (and who also in 2003 played a ver of the Doctor in Large Finish's Doctor Who Unbound storyline Deadline), though the hero here has a rather interesting development. There's also Sophie Okonedo (Liz X from Series Five episode The Beast Below) as barmaid Alison Cheney, who is introduced as the Doctor's fresh companion and comes across almost as something of a template for the companions of the Fresh Series. Hidden away in a cameo working at a warehouse is a pre-Tenth Doctor David Tennent who has only a couple of lines and a scream. The cast also contains noted hero actress Diana Fast as the Shalka Prime, Craig Kelly as Alison's boyfriend Joe and Jim Norton as Major Kennet.What perhaps makes this webcast most intriguing in retrospect is the script by Paul Cornell. What this storyline feels most like is an attempt to take the classic series "alien invasion" formula and modernize it for the twenty-first century. From its six episode length to its opening scenes setting up the deserted roads of the Lancashire village of Lannet (which bring to mind the opening scenes of Invasion Of The Dinosaurs) to the story's somewhat eco-friendly message, there's some powerful calls back to the Pertwee era. Even though UNIT doesn't appear, the military presence in the storyline certainly brings them to mind. The storyline makes that connection even stronger by its opening and closing games which harken very much back to the Pertwee era game sequence.Yet it also brings to mind the Fresh Series that was to come. There's those aforementioned elements in Grant's Doctor and some interesting casting, there's another Fresh Series elements that come into enjoy as well. The story's opening stage for example set in Fresh Zealand which feels like a pre-credit stage out of a Fresh Series episode. There's the future companion in an unhappy relationship with her boyfriend whom she ends up leaving to travel with the Doctor for example. There's the Doctor using a cell smartphone and at one mission using his sonic screwdriver in a fashion that wouldn't be at all out of zone in the Fresh Series. The DVD reveals that, like the Fresh Series, seeds were being planted for larger storyline arcs that would eventually go into this Doctor's background and explain not just his state but also how the Master ended up as an android. In a method then, Cornell's script feels like something of a bridge between old and fresh that came at an unfortunate time and zone before it should lead to more.Something that made this controversial in 2003, and that also gives it distinction as well, is that it was the first licensed animated Doctor Who story. Despite having been originally produced with Flash animation for an era with much slower internet connects , it holds up rather well. There's some unbelievable hero designs including Grant's Doctor and the Shalka themselves (from the average worm like ones to their leader, the more humanoid Shalka Prime) that, while not hugely detailed, still allows for the characters to be emotional as well which supports the animation feel less artificial. There's some unbelievable design elements as well including an impressive TARDIS interior and the underground lair of the Shalka as well as also boasting an atmospheric visual style full of shadows and silhouettes. Indeed the animation even looks nice on your typical wide-screen TV thanks to its DVD release.In the final analysis then, what are we to create of Shout Of The Shalka more than a decade later? It certainly deserves more than the obscurity it's languished in ever since. There's a Doctor that shares many things in common with the Doctor's we've been watching for the last several years as well as elements familiar from the Fresh Series being done in a various way. With its appearance finally on DVD, perhaps the storyline will be seen as more than an obscure curiosity at last and as something far more than just other thing from the "wilderness years".
The BBCi has recently webcast other animated journey featuring our favourite Time Lord. This one, the Shout of the Shalka, had all the earmarks of those classic 3rd Doctor (Jon Pertwee) tales: World in mortal danger, military seeking the Doctor's somewhat coerced help, and, after a fashion, The Master. Just like Paul McGann's BBCi webcast of The Shada, this one captured my imagination. Richard E. Grant steps into the role as the fresh Doctor. (9th, perhaps?) Plopped down on World to support war a fresh race of nasties - the Shalka - bent on taking over the world, the Doctor picks up a cool fresh companion and does his bit for humankind. Although not as deeply bound to Who lore as The Shada, the Shout of the Shalka was nonetheless nice storyline telling. Plus, on my short list of candidates for the 9th Doctor, Richard E. Grant!
It's a pity that the BBC didn't cast Richard in the forthcoming revival of the tv series. He was a nice Ninth Doctor in this production, and I'm sure that he would have been nice in a tv series as well. Actually it seems that this will be a one-off production. There is a brief piece of fiction featuring his Incarnation at the Doctor Who BBCi website, but actually Christopher Eccleston will take on the role of the Ninth Doctor (following Paul McGann's Eighth Incarnation in the 1996 tv movie)in the forthcoming series, due to start production this Summer, and to be on British screens(BBC Wales)in 2005. I strongly recommend catching this production if at all possible. It may be released on DVD in the near future from what I hear.
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