A love letter to Mar del Plata made of images, times and a road trip. "The Happy Ones" is an experimental short documentary composed of past and present family footage. It portrays a place in the summer, the city of Mar del Plata, with a span of 20 years between past and present images (January 2000 and 2020). Despite the time that passed by, it's beaches, essence and people remain, always willing to keep dancing.
Larry the Cucumber is Minnesota Cuke, a children's museum curator and part-time adventurist hired to secure Samson's lost hairbrush before its purported powers are used to carry out a hairbrained scheme to control both sides of Niagara Falls! Could this preposterous plot be the dirty work of Minnesota's long-time nemesis Professor Rattan?
In this hair-raising, trans-global adventure, the award-winning story tellers at Big Idea take you from Moose Lake to Malta, in an exciting VeggieTales film that reminds us that God wants us to be courageous when facing bullies.
Discover a great new adventure of the most famous and cutest chick ever, for the first time in an animated movie!
In the beginning it felt like a holiday, then everything changed due to Covid19.
In 1983 a group of 154 children aged 3 and 17 years old traveled alone from Europe to Montevideo. They were children of political exiles from Uruguay, who were unable to come back to their own country; they sent their kids to know their relatives and home country. That human sign, charged with a political message, took part in children’s identity development. Nowadays, six of them still remember that day, when a crowd received them singing all together “your parents will come back”.
Enjoy this special Moonbug Halloween-themed compilation with some of your favorite characters such as Blippi, Morphle, ARPO the Robot, and Gecko's Garage! In this educational yet entertaining video for kids, your kids will follow Blippi as he visits the pumpkin playground, Mila and Morphle as they go trick or treating, Gecko as he makes Halloween ice cream, and lots more exciting cartoons!
Celebrate this Halloween night with spooky scary Halloween songs for kids, showcasing popular easy to learn nursery rhymes & educational kids videos for babies and toddlers. Your children will love to sing, read and dance along to these scary Halloween original kids songs like Hello its Halloween, Halloween night, naughty ghost, scary woods and more.
Enjoy a collection of Halloween kids songs loved by children around the world, including songs such as 'Wheels on the Bus', 'Trick or Treat Song', and 'Let's Carve A Pumpkin Song'. With over 35 million subscribers on Youtube, Little Baby Bum is a fun, educational children's nursery rhyme channel watched globally by kids. Follow Mia and Jacus as they celebrate Halloween!
A girl plays at being a pirate when she learns that her father's ranch will be invaded. Convinced that she can help, she goes into the forest, not knowing that she will find something worse.
Brody, a recently divorced and overworked father cannot find a way to connect with his son Jake. When Jake runs away, Brody searches to no avail until he comes across something he wasn't looking for, something long forgotten: his childhood imaginary friend, Fink.
A child is watching television, but suddenly a food advertising has a strange interference.
Documentary film by the Danish TV channel DR about sexual abuse and suicide in Tasiilaq, Southeastern Greenland.
In an Italian province of Calabria. Here we meet Marcello, his brother Paolo and their father, who have lost everything except hope of a better life on the other side of the Atlantic in America, where their uncle had emigrated to the year before last. Leaving their homeland and memories behind, Paolo and Giancarlo set sail for the New World. During their voyage, Marcello meets a daring orphan from Naples by the name of Antonia who will constantly lend him courage through thick and thin.
Childhood leukemia, which accounts for 30% of childhood cancer, affects the lives of three in every 100,000 children. Of those affected, 20% do not survive, and these statistics have remained unchanged for over 20 years. But there's a way we can improve this outcome: through research.