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It's 10:47 pm on a bus somewhere in a city…
● Michael Karrer ● 10' ● Switzerland
There is a strong connection between parents and their child. A young woman leaves the parental home to see the world.
● Dina Velikovskaya ● 8’ ● Germany/Russia
The little fox Hugo has a happy family, but it’s a bit unusual - his parents are geese.
● Maria Schmidt ● 7' ● Germany
For one day, a father exchanges his role with his daughter.
● Cédrick Spinassou ● 4’ ● France
A little girl really wants a dog. Her father gives her one chance to get it. Will she succeed?
● Teppo Airaksinen ● 12’ ● Finland
A bullied 12-year-old boy bonds over soccer with a 11-year-old Syrian refugee.
● Sarah Winkenstette ● 88’ ● Germany
More than a million children have sought refuge in Europe, many of them completely alone. A whole generation that has fled the war and now, instead of being children, have to face bureaucracy, distrust, waiting, frustration, incomprehension and fear.
● Silvia Venegas ● 15' ● Spain
Should you hide your pain and withdraw into one’s own world? Or is forgiveness and understanding the answer? At her father's deathbed, a woman recalls her difficult relationship with him.
● Daria Kashcheeva ● 14' ● Czech Republic
The desire for possessions casts a mysterious shadow on the simple life of Diego, a boy who lives in an unfurnished hut with his father. One day he comes across a wooden chair in the forest, and the proportions of life begin to sway.
● Carlos Felipe Montoya ● 12' ● Colombia
The coming of age story of a young beluga named Katak. While his peers have all turned white, something expected at their age, Katak is late in his body development. To prove that he has grown up and to grant the last wish of his adored grandma, Katak departs on a perilous journey to the Great North. Along the way he encounters deadly beasts and makes unlikely friends. You do not have to be big to be brave.
● Christine Dallaire-Dupont, Nicola Lemay ● 79' ● Canada
Ernest and Celestine are traveling back to Ernest’s country, Gibberitia, to fix his broken violin. This exotic land is home to the best musicians on earth and music constantly fills the air with joy. However, upon arriving, our two heroes discover that all forms of music have been banned there for many years - and for them, a life without music is unthinkable. Along with their friends and a mysterious masked outlaw, Ernest and Celestine must try their best to bring music and happiness back to the land of bears.
● Jean-Christophe Roger & Julien Chheng ● 80' ● France, Luxembourg
A few nigella seeds tucked in the palm of her hand, 6-year-old Dounia leaves Aleppo with the Princess of Aleppo’s help and travels towards a new world.
● Marya Zarif, André Kadi ● 72' ● Canada, France
When the ever-optimistic boy Monty causes the school’s computer to crash during a test, he is immediately put in a special-needs class and deemed unlikely to ever succeed. Monty decides to start his own school, a school which accommodates kids with strange brains!
● Anders Morgenthaler, Mikael Wulff ● 84' ● Denmark
Mary is eleven years old and has an insuppressible passion for cooking: she dreams of becoming a great chef. Her grandmother Emer, with whom she has a very special relationship, encourages her to make this dream come true. But every path has its pesky obstacles, and facing them turns into quite an adventure.
● Enzo d’Alò ● 88' ● Luxembourg/Italy/Ireland/United Kingdom/Estonia/Latvia/Germany
This is a story about Paulina P. – a strong, emotional and witty protagonist of this movie and her life in which we follow her adventures in class and at home, as well as all the problems she successfully overcomes during a school year.
● Neven Hitrec ● 96' ● Croatia
Eleven-year-old Tony has a unique feature he was born with - he glows.
● Filip Pošiva ● 82' ● Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic
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