A town suffering a long drought entrusts its destiny to a wandering musician who has the power to bring rain with his accordion´s music.
In a capitalist city, where people have kids to be proud of, a woman - Rose unexpectedly gives birth to a cat son. The Baby doesn’t behave as an ordinary baby and Rose struggles to love him. Rose tries her best to change him, even if it means changing his true nature. However, to find a connection she will need to learn to love him for whom he is and to remember something about herself that she has forgotten a long time ago.
Pet Paradise is a plastic surgery hospital where its patients are not human beings but animals. In this utopian place, patients could transform to whatever they want to be: a slim pig suffering from eating disorder, a snake who wishes to have eight legs, a mouse who hates being a mouse, a mute parrot, a dog who won The World Ugliest Dog Competition, a dotted rabbit who wants to bleach himself… Every cell has its own little dark secret. Could plastic surgery save them from their troubles?
The Fisherman and the Fish folk tale comes to life, in a bitter-sweet animation. A lonely fisherman has a magical goldfish, who granted him three wishes. He already used two wishes to help others in need. Now he is facing a grave decision; after accidentally killing a stranger, he has to choose whether to keep his last wish and stay a murderer. Or to use it to save a stranger's life, but in doing so he will lose the only thing that truly matters, his friend.
Animated documentary about the childhood memories of the protagonist Felix, about his very close relationship with his grandfather and how everything changes when the grandson decides to come out as gay.
BFI Network Presents: A hand-drawn sequential telling of human history in all its horror and glory, culminating in our next evolutionary leap. Cuties explores the elusive beauty in how we as a species continue forward in spite of our proclivity for destruction.
A woman reminisces about her childhood and her strained relationship with her mother.
"Woorilakees" is an animated TV series, set on a fictional tropical island, following the life and daily adventures of a Gorilla family. Elli and Andy, our main heroes, live with their parents, Mommy Woorilakee and Daddy Woorilakee. Ever curious and always keen to discover new things, the whole family never misses an opportunity to make a fun new adventure out of seemingly simple, everyday things, playing and laughing their way to valuable life lessons. Built on sound child psychology and positive messaging, the series makes for ideal, relaxing and engaging content for children. In this episode, the Woorilakees family is out to explore and look for beautiful flowers, in order to make their own flower bed. Daddy Woorilakee, our charming and comical "know-it-all" but goofy character, knows the perfect flower spot in the jungle. On their way there, the family learns more about flowers & nature, while meeting and interacting with friendly, cheerful animals. The aim of this episode is to teach children about flowers and plants in particular, as well as respect and appreciation of nature in general, in a fun and positive way.
After being thrown out of her home by her mother, little Agatha (12) must face many dangers, including the dense fog that afflicts her coastal town, to light the old lighthouse and thus save her loving father, stranded at sea.
Simon is a successful popular photographer. Once something inside him, in his life and work breaks down. Now he sees only cucumbers in everything. He cannot exist as before and is trying to cope with his problems ...
One woman and one black cat sharing a city life together.Sometimes life is a pleasant game, and sometimes she feels alone, as tiny as a grain of dust. The protagonist feels every minute detail in life, and senses the warmth and glitter of life in the briefest of moments.