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In Amarelinha, Matteus is a six-year-old who treasures storytelling hour with his parents before bedtime. Believing that they will stop telling him bedtime stories once he learns how to read, Matteus comes up with a plan to exempt himself from reading exercises at school. | Read MoreAnimation
When terror rules the world, our children are the future…terrorists. Akram Agha's debut animated film displays a gloomy vision of a world in which terrorism and radicalism rule and new generations of children are being turned into bullets and used as ammunition. While his animations are stunning and imaginative, perhaps most impressive of all is that this three minute animation is able to impress upon us the tragedies of wars and how they feed on children. | Read MoreAnimation
Puberty is embarrassing, particularly if you're a teenage boy with scoliosis and your parents force you to wear a backbrace. This lovably awkward autobiographical short is brought to you by husband and wife team Carolyn and Andy London. | Read MoreAnimation
Animators Christy Karacas and Stephen Warbrick deliver four minutes of face-smashing, eye-gouging fun with Bar fight. Karacas broke into the animation world with his student film Space Wars and is currently developing a show for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. Warbrick has worked on everything from Beavis and Butt-Head to Ice Age: The Meltdown. | Read MoreAnimation
Based on Stephen Coates' composition of the same title, this short chronicles The Great Revolution of the British Cuckoos, who bravely took over London in three minutes. Animator Alex Budovsky is a graduate of Brooklyn College, who has made animation for music videos and commercials. | Read MoreAnimation
Birdlings Two is an experimental documentary about art, invention, fathers, and daughters. The filmmaker muses on her father's business career and its surprising origins at the National Film Board of Canada, where he made computer animation with Normal McLaren. | Read MoreAnimation
A multiplicity of animation techniques enlivens this vision of the struggle between Shakespeare's hapless buffoon and the forces of enchantment, set to the Scherzo from Felix Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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When eleven-year-old Wataru is told he can change his destiny by entering a magic gateway into another world, he jumps at the chance. But on his quest to find the Tower of Fortune and be granted any wish, he must conjure up all his bravery to battle a world of demons, his own friends and ultimately himself. In English. Ages 10+
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