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Description: The animated movie is a series of tales about animal life, friendship and being close. A declaration of love; the relationship between young and old, and about the desire to go on wonderful, wonderful adventures. It is produced for the youngest audience and their parents. Based from Lena Sjöbergs highly acclaimed ebook with the same name.
Description: 6 types of fruit are left on a kitchen table by a boy who then closes the shutters and leaves. However, a solitary ray of sun breaks through a crack, illuminating only oranges. The rest of the fruit is not so satisfied about that.
Description: This is a storyline about humans and things, where folks wander, searching, trying to search and wants to be found, about lost and found buttons and about the invisible yarns that connects.
Description: We're in for some merry mishaps when Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas. That bionic bonehead is off to the North Pole to stop Dr. Claw from taking over Santa's elves and workshop. Accompanied as usual by Penny and Brain who foil Claw's operations once again.
Description: When you do a thing that you like, you can forget it is just other routine. And then you lose it, what else is there to do? Go and ask the barman, I only create coffee, right?
Description: On Christmas Eve, a lonely young boy, shut out from the shiny globe of presents and vacation parties, peers into a candlelit window, where a gray-haired lady sits sadly at a bare table. Taking the last bit of bread and cheese from his pocket and adding wine, they share this meager Christmas dinner together.
Description: Trekking the 3000-mile adventure from Shanghai to the Himalayan snowscapes, a group of misfits encounter a young Yeti called Everest, and they set off to reunite the magical monster with his family on the mountain of his namesake.
Description: Based on the ebook by Children's ebook creator Michael Rosen and illustrations by Helen Oxenbury, We're Going on a Bear Hunt follows the intrepid journeys of siblings Stan, Katie, Rosie, Max, the baby and Rufus the dog, who decide one day to go on an journey in find of bears. Coming up vs a host of obstacles the family ventures through whirling snowstorms, thick oozing mud and dark forests on their ambitious quest. But when Rosie and Rufus become detached from the rest of the party it looks like bear-hunting might not be such fun after all...
Description: Lance and Walter. One is a super cool and charming spy, and the another invents the super cool gadgets Lance uses. When an happening happens, they gotta learn to rely on every another like never before in order to save the world.
Description: Poetic screen ver of the storyline of I.Turgenev about mutual relations of landowner’s old wife and her mute yard keeper Gerasim. About Gerasim's attachment to a dog with nick Mu-mu.
Description: Based on a real story, Angels and Ghosts says the emotive adventure of Amber, a young woman who is on a quest to search her brothers who have disappeared. It's a gripping animated journey exploring the potent themes of mental health and family bonds. The story, said as a monologue from Amber's perspective, is narrated by Oscar nominated actress Samantha Morton.
Description: The Queen Witch is plotting to stop time and rule the globe forever with the support of a magic potion, containing 13 newts, 13 toads and 13 kittens. But she only has 12 kittens and with the support of her units of Karate Witches she sets out to capture the 13th kitten and finished the spell.
Description: In 1968, future Monty Python member Terry Gilliam was kicking around London, working as an animator. He was asked to place together an animated segment for a Christmas show, so he hopped over to the Tate and photocopied a bunch of Victorian Christmas cards for inspiration. The resulting film, The Christmas Card, is brilliant, bizarre, and delightful.
Description: The tale of the tiny badger, who did not wish to learn to produce their own meal and dig burrows. And once, when he said his father that he's harm his back, and he played and lost, he realized how much need to be able to survive. Because such tiny animals as he is in the woods lurks so many dangers... And, above all, wolf!
Description: For a long time, i have wanted to construct a melodrama (animated) from the funky engraving of the 19th century which illustrated "young peoples" journey stories. Eventually, through a nice deal of selection, such a movie fell into place. I have attempted to show the high emotional overlay of very mundane happenings in this "alchemical melodrama". To that end, Puccini combines with blatant sounds of police sirens and old door buzzers on the sound track, while "real" and nightmare photos compete for screen time.
Description: I have continued the dream-like form of disparate animated scenes, every with its own "romantic-with-an-edge" slightly surreal flavour. Scenes are sometimes run-on, sometimes separated by brief periods of darkness to relax, as in breathing, the viewing eye. There are no fancy superimpositions now, nor excessive visual trickery, only a comparatively straight forward presentation of the improbable images, which have formed themselves in my improbable mind.
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