Sumikko Gurashi debuted in 2012 as slightly negative characters who like to stay in the corner of a room. The characters include "Shirokuma," a polar bear who is sensitive to cold; "Penguin?" (with a question mark in its name), a penguin who is unsure if it is actually a penguin; "Tonkatsu," a piece of pork cutlet that was left uneaten; "Neko," a shy cat; and "Tokage," who hides his nature as one of the last dinosaurs. The franchise has inspired toys, books, stationery material, video games--and now a feature film.
Max is 11 years old, he is obsessed with air pollution and decides to stop breathing or at least, he wants to do it as little as possible, to live longer...will he do it?
Tractor Ted visits two farms, one is a cow dairy and the other is a sheep dairy! He meets the amazing forage harvester which is very busy making silage from the grass and the maize, singalong to the harvesting song. Les forgets something rather important - what can it be?
While doing laundry, a misfit 7-year-old girl tumbles into an alluring other-world, where she must decide the fate of her birthmark.
Jenny Cohen isn't like all the other little girls, she's a tomboy. And when a new boy arrives at school, she thinks the only way to get his attention is to change who she is. Jenny quickly learns the importance of staying true to oneself.
The award-winning Jesus Storybook Bible, written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Jago, now comes to life. Narrated by British actor David Suchet.
Even when it's wet outside you can still have plenty of fun, especially when you share your adventures with Thomas and his friends! Grab your galoshes (wellies in the UK release, gumboots in the Australian release) and join the team as they prepare for rainy day visits and soapy spills, and then get unstuck from a snowy situation in this collection of stories from the Island of Sodor.
This documentary is a sad sight of the reality of child abuse victims who now live in public shelters in Brazil, with stories told by themselves. Children and adolescents who are now in shelters were victims of violence. Most were the victim of the own family and others never knew theirs. The years are passing and the childhood and adolescence of them also ...
Three film-makers travel to Iraq to film the ongoing crisis in which ISIS forces are trying to take over the country. The film-makers speak with locals, military, police and other media outlets to get their opinions on the crisis but it's the voices of the children which often goes unheard, so the film-makers listen to the children, and find out their views on the crisis.
Ignored by his ever-busy wife and children, a middle-aged businessman finds companionship with a former female employee.
In the tradition of ETRE ET AVOIR and some of THE STORY OF THE WEEPING CAMEL Fifty children of mountain farmers, six miles of walking to school, a childhood in the heart of Switzerland.
Tippi is no ordinary child. She believes that she has the gift of talking to animals and that they are like brothers to her. 'I speak to them with my mind, or through my eyes, my heart or my soul, and I see that they understand and answer me.' Tippi is the daughter of French filmmakers and wildlife photographers, Alain Degre and Sylvie Robert, who have captured her on film with some of Africa's most beautiful and dangerous animals. Tippi shares her thoughts and wisdom on Africa, its people and the animals she has come to know and love. Often her wisdom is beyond her years, and her innocence and obvious rapport with the animals is both fascinating and charming.
Documentary about twin brothers who go back to their childhood home to discover what happened to a Patrick Lurzing, a boy who disappeared who nobody else seems to remember.
There are children, too, among the Palestinian insurgents. For some time now, the Israeli side has observed minors who take an active part in an Intifada, especially with knives. They are harshly dealt with: prison, hardly any judiciary support. Ada Ushpiz, filmmaker and journalist, comes surprisingly close to some of the Palestinian families concerned. She has accompanied the dubious insurgents over several years and witnessed terrible pressure.
A single mother suffers a devastating stroke leaving her teenage daughter and 7-year-old son to care for her, testing the family's strength to hold things together as their roles are reversed.