Counting Happiness

Hasan is a five-year old boy who lives alone in the streets of Delhi, selling wind-up chickens. The little Indian is the very image of joyful life and determination. His adventures lead him to the secret that was first put forward by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle: “Happiness depends on ourselves”. […]

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Falling planes

In the outskirts of Havana, Hugo dreams of baseball. One rainy afternoon he’ll become a champion. […]

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For Your Own Good

Half angel-half demon, Brahim leads his little world to the stick. In sixth grade in a suburban high priority high school, he skips school, steals school boards and intercepts any acusatory mail… […]

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Happy Birthday

On the anniversary of: “Black Wednesday” and his 5th birthday a young boy is taken to visit his father’s grave. Distracted by his toy car the little boy wanders off and becomes lost in the labyrinth of graves where he meets an unconventional new friend who will mysteriously lead him back to his mother. […]

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I Spy with my Little Eye

The imaginative Mia convinces the timid Ingo to play ‘I spy with my little eye’ in the kitchen. More and more the game dissolves the kitchens reality and melts it into a wild sea adventure- animationmixture. […]

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Inside oneself

An indigenous boy named Juan faces what, to him, is a terrible monster. His fear grows constantly. Seeing this, his grandmother Mariana believes she has a cure… […]

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Little Kyota Neon Hood

A Japanese boy with neon protective hood finds comfort from daily life in a post disaster country- by befriending a foreigner who returns to the town he once fled. […]

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Matilde

Despite a shy nature, Matilde is a child with a dynamic intelligence and a strong spirit. In her classroom, however, something is upsetting her. Combining the suggestions received from her teacher, the interest in the tools of a hairdresser mother and her passion for tennis, Matilde looks for a drastic and original solution to find […]

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Nicoleta

Epirus, 1951. An 8-year-old boy, victim of the hatred of the civil war, is responsible for the fate of his newborn sister. Lifting the baby on his shoulders, he crosses the inhospitable mountains and faces very difficult situations, hoping for a better life. […]

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The Sun and the Wind

A woman is walking in the fields, picking flowers and windmills, unsuspecting of what is going to happen to her when the sun and the wind argue about which is stronger! Each will use its most powerful weapons. Which will win this battle? […]

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An American Piano

Τhe extraordinary true story of a young Japanese girl who played the piano for Pris-oners of War during World War II and how it affected their lives. War is only possible when the enemy is dehumanised. A story of humanity, compassion and the universality of music in helping to heal the rifts between wartime rivals. […]

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Anything Goes

After moving to Amsterdam, 11-year-old Tygo from Brabant gives a class talk about carnival. What starts as a general explanation of the festival, turns into a personal and poignant account. Although his father always says that anything goes with carnival and Tygo dreams of joining the marching girls, his father also shows him that even […]

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