In a black and white world divided in two types of people –Us and the Others- Violet, a curious girl, inadvertently summons a mysterious being who takes her on a thrilling journey that will end with her meeting Red, an “Other”. Together, Violet and Red will discover that between black and white hides a magical secret: every single color.
A robot student starts his school life in the robot school to learn the skills of a robot assistant. He feels inferior to his classmates at the beginning because he looks different from his classmates and fails to do well in class. He tries to blend in and learn to do better but finally realizes that his talents are not those repetitive movements but the comprehension of knowledge and emotions.
A heartfelt story of the beloved Argentinian merry-go-round operators who have dedicated their lives to providing fun and happiness to children and their neighborhoods. This is a story of perseverance and community above the individual.
A little girl reads herself to sleep. As she dozes off, the physical world starts melting into an alternate reality where the contents of a book rule over the laws of physics. Ana has to escape being swallowed by the overwhelming accumulation of printed knowledge and find her own space in a world where nothing is what it seems.
On June 25th 2009, Michael Jackson died in Los Angeles. 10 years later, the filmmaker Marcos Cabotá writes him a letter to tell him everything he could not in life.
A hand drawn tale inspired by the antics of the Bowerbird, that gives an insight into what really happens to all that single use plastic that we use and so recklessly discard.
Island recounts the history of a small secluded island over the course of several millennia, to reveal a telling lesson about human nature. From the island’s rise to riches to its ultimate fall into ruins, the film explores the island’s different chapters over time: a heap of boulders, a massive guano deposit, a tropical oasis, a colonial territory, a prosperous republic, and an open-pit mine eventually devouring the island to the point of bankruptcy and desolation.
Physicist Erwin Schrodinger's famous thought experiment comes to life in this quantum mechanical adventure as the iconic Cat quests for his heritage, his identity, and his creator. For anyone who has ever pondered the mysteries of life and death, time travel and eternity, and the paradox and possibility of parallel realities, this brilliantly animated pilot and subsequent series will offer viewers of all ages light-hearted insight and hope.
The squirrel mother is busy gathering nuts, so she doesn’t have any time to look after her kids.
«Mariupol. A Hundred Nights» tells us a story of a little girl, who wakes up on February 24th because of the air alert and tries to find someone living in the burning city. The main character is based on the story of Alice, a 4 year girl, who stayed in the blocked Mariupol during the whole time, she was also at Azovstal during the last month of defense. When russians allowed the evacuation of civilians from Asovstal, Alice was separated from her mother. A poem used in the film is «The wheels, the wheels, they hit the road» («Кolesa hlukho stukotiat») by Vasyl Stus who was a Ukrainian poet and an active member of the dissident movement in the 60's and 70's. Stus was repressed and died in GULAG. The film was initiated by Gogolfest, a Ukrainian festival of contemporary art, which last 5 years was involved deeply in cultural life of the city, and was created in the frame of the collaboration project “Belief Matters” between German & Ukrainian artists.
《Red rose》is an animated short film about losing a loved one. People tend to make things still the same and try to live up to that person's expectations. But sometimes this expectation could chain you with pressure. This is a story about we can still miss our loved ones but live freely and keep going.