Christopher Robin, the boy who had countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood, has grown up and lost his way. Now it’s up to his spirited and loveable stuffed animals, Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and the rest of the gang, to rekindle their friendship and remind him of endless days of childlike wonder and make-believe, when doing nothing was the very best something.
Purehearted teen Lazzaro is content living as a sharecropper in rural Italy, but an unlikely friendship with the marquise’s son will change his world.
An American woman is stranded in Tokyo after breaking up with her boyfriend. Searching for direction in life, she trains to be a râmen chef under a tyrannical Japanese master.
Three strangers with one thing in common — the same father — come to a Turkish village to bury him, and learn about him and each other.
Portrait of a Knight is a musical romance about the way in which historic ideals inform contemporary urban life. Rachel is a young archivist living and working in Wellington, New Zealand. Feeling alone and disconnected from life, she projects her romantic fantasies onto the paintings she loves, until one day her song brings Reginald - a Knight of the Realm - to life. His carefree innocence and zest for life begin to open Rachel up to the beauty around her, but the fates have a way of making trouble when miracles occur...
The story of two men and a mysterious family, who repeat the same day forever in order to save the life of one of its daughters.
Imagine you had ten seconds more in your day. What would you change about your life?
Set in all-girls Catholic high school drama department, "The First Taste" follows an army of teenage girls into the monstrous world of female adolescence.
In this coming-of-age-film about self-love, Maya is a girl who has always held a pessimistic view of the rain, reminding her of failed love and other depressing things. Will the rain ever stop her in her journey to overcome past heartaches?
Claymation adaptation of Kenji Miyazawa's short tale about a pair of hunters that, after getting lost on the mountains, find themselves looking for a meal at the mysterious Wildcat House restaurant. Faced with endless corridors and doors, and many signs asking them to do a series of confusing actions, the gentlemen start questioning what kind of place the restaurant might actually be behind all these doors.
Ortensia is a mechanical ballerina, that every day is forced to dance for an audience, in a seemingly endless loop. But one day, she sees in the crowd someone drawing her: the first representation of herself as an individual.
A homespun high school fairy tale comedy, What I Love About Concrete is a tour through the unbearable awkwardness, nascent cynicism, and disarming wonder that comprise the 11th grade experience, in a world where synchronized swimming breaks out in rundown motel pools, and dead swans are concealed in Mary Poppins-like bottomless book bags.
In the early 20th century, Lazar -a taciturn woodsman- asks the disenchanted portraitist Arkadi to immortalize his child. The execution of this portrait will unsettle both men while revealing their inner fears and change their outlook on life.
A kelp-horn-blowing man seems to be deeply drawn to a very particular whale. This is the story of a love triangle between the titular Whale Caller, his beloved whale Sharisha, and Saluni, the village drunk who teaches him to open his heart to people again.
Love, revenge, magic, sad hour.
Two teen girls see their long-time friendship crumble from the pressures of adulthood in their last year of high school.
Hiromi appears on the outside to be a mature, resilient girl, but on the inside she feels like she's falling apart. She is having troubles at home mainly because of her parents wanting to separate. Her dog, Junkers, tries to comfort her in ways no other dog can. You see, he can talk and grant her 3 wishes.