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An octopus that is obsessed with cleanliness realizes that even if you have so many hands, you can not achieve everything.
● Joost van den Bosch & Erik Verkerk ● 2' ● Netherlands
In our time of uncertainty and anxiety, a teenage boy comes face to face with his fears and worries. Can he open his heart out to his classmates? Will they ignore him, help him or make fun of him?
● Ruth Beni, Daniel Greaves ● 8’ ● UK
An 11-year-old girl must stand up to her bullies, the rest of the girls in her village, and honor her old-fashioned grandfather by holding her ground. A film about courage and loneliness.
● Vigdis Nielsen ● 17’ ● Norway
Two polar bears are forced to emigrate away from their home due to global warming. During their travels they encounter two brown bears, with whom they try to co-exist.
● Hugo Caby, Antoine Dupriez, Aubin Kubiak, Lucas Lermytte, Zoé Devise ● 8’ ● France
A little boy experiences guilt for the first time, after stealing a bean from the local market.
● Nicole Vanden Broeck ● 3’ ● USA
A wolf pup has gotten lost from its nest. Frightened and alone, it seeks refuge in a garden, and some children decide to help it find it’s way home.
● Hélène Ducrocq ● 10’ ● France
After 15 years of living next-door, Roberto is still infatuated with his neighbor who prefers to stay hidden out of shame for her body. With their only means of communication being painting and an old laundry rope, Roberto has a plan to help his childhood sweetheart overcome her fears for good.
● Carmen Córdoba González ● 9’ ● Spain
There is nothing orphan girl Jonna wants more than a mother in Linda Hambäck’s animated adaptation of Frida Nilsson’s award-winning novel THE APE STAR, about outsiders and unconventional love.
● Linda Hambäck ● 75' ● Sweden, Norway, Denmark
The adventurous story about a young geek city boy Martin, who has to overcome himself and stay two weeks in the summer camp without his comfort and any technology. Here he will be challenged to help the forest creatures to save their forest of being destroyed by greedy developers.
● Petr Oukropec ● 80' ● Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany
When an unbearably adorable, eternally optimistic Quokka named Daisy (ANGOURIE RICE) wants to achieve the impossible – to win the ‘World’s Scariest Games’; she enlists the guidance of a washed-up former champion, a grouchy Saltwater Crocodile (SAM NEILL), to help her achieve her dreams and prove that true champions come in all sizes.
● Ricard Cusso ● 88’ ● Australia
Nicolas is a 10-year-old boy with Down Syndrome whose mom makes him a costume every year for his birthday to boost his imagination.
● Eduardo Rivero ● 82’ ● Mexico
A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon headed monster throws obstacles in their paths.
● Joann Sfar ● 82’ ● France, Belgium
Following an unfortunate accident, a feisty little mouse and a shy young fox cub unwittingly find themselves in animal heaven. In this strange environment, they will have to put aside their natural instincts and work together to succeed on their journey through this new world. The little mouse and the young fox share many adventures and unexpected surprises and ultimately become the best of friends.
● Denisa Grimmová, Jan Bubeníček ● 87' ● Czech Republic, France, Poland, Slovakia
Marguerite and Margot are both 12, with each their own family, friends, problems… ad era! One lives in 1942 and the other in 2020.
● Pierre Coré ● 89’ ● France
While 12-year-old Jackie is wandering around the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Oopjen Coppit, from Rembrandt's famous painting, suddenly appears in front of her looking for her long-lost sister.
● Annemarie van de Mond ● 90' ● Netherlands
13-year-old Ramin Mehdipour and his Iranian family have been living in a refugee centre in Finland. Just as Ramin starts to enjoy the school holidays, the family receives the terrible news their asylum application has been denied. The Mehdipours file a final appeal, and they continue with their everyday lives, trying to keep a positive attitude despite the looming danger of deportation. As Ramin starts the new school year, every moment, every friendship will be more precious than ever.
● Hamy Ramezan ● 82’ ● Finland