The Elephant in Competition
for children aged 11 and up
Wild animals compete in athletic events: at a gym, young overexcited flamingos discover treadmills. The supervisor will have to work double time to keep things under control!
A solitary fox finds itself improvising fatherhood for a freshly hatched baby bird. Two paths cross and a family is formed, until fate reminds each of the life it is meant to lead.
A lonely boy is playing with his colourful matchsticks. While he is talking about his dreams, fears and hopes, the matchsticks bring his visions to life. The film is based on an interview with the 7-year-old L. S.
A tale of freedom and compassion, set in the 1980s Soviet Estonia, as experienced by a cat and recounted by its owner. Cat Teofrastus lives a homeless life at a train station. One day, he is offered a home by a family living in a nearby countryside house. However, the happy life is short-lived when the cat is taken to the big city and gets lost on the streets.
A slightly naive paradise bird is going out of his way to attract a mate.
Larger than life, dressed in suit and tie, dad appears at the window one evening, with a gift for his son. Daddy is strong and brave – he frees animals from captivity, wins races with his superfast car, dives down into the depths of the ocean. Dad is a sorcerer who can make himself appear and disappear magically. The film tells of a child’s poignant longing for his absent father.
Big Wolf lives quite contentedly alone under his tree. One day he sees Little Wolf approaching him who seems determined to keep him company. But Big Wolf has no need for his company. He likes the quiet life and his routine. At least, that’s what he thought… Based on a children's book by Nadine Brun-Cosme and Olivier Tallec.