Three boys and their uncle venture into the Amazon jungle in search of their missing grandfather who’s been kidnapped by evil space robots! An unusual and hard-to-find kids film that mixes live-action, animation and some “mondo” footage to tell it’s story.
Based on Michael Chabon’s novel, the film chronicles the defining summer of a recent college graduate who crosses his gangster father and explores love, sexuality, and the enigmas surrounding his life and his city.
Naked in the Streets at Night 2019
Nus dans les rues la nuit (original title)
21min | Short, Adventure, Drama | February 2019 (France)
End of summer. This is the last night Cedric spends with Sofiane and his sick father. To ward off the morbidity taking over the house and create a lasting memory, Cedric suggests to go on a night excursion in the neighborhood.. in underwear.
C’est quoi cette mamie?! (2019)
12 | 1h 39min | Comedy | 2 August 2019 (France)
After two years of joyous shared accommodation, the tribe of 7 half-brothers and sisters must leave the large apartment before the start of the school year. While everyone goes on vacation for the summer with their respective parents, Gulliver, the youngest, is sent alone to his grandmother by the sea. But the eccentric Mamie Aurore is not a babysitter. like the others and prefers to party rather than keep his grandson … The rest of the troop decides to come to his rescue. It is the start of a new revolution. She wanted to take it easy … They’re going to make her life hard!
12-year-old Mitya Privalov dreams of becoming a superhero comics artist. But his robotics engineer parents want him to follow in their footsteps. Mitya never would have imagined that he’d find support and understanding in the rescue robot created by his parents-A-112, or Robo for short. The two of them have amazing adventures together as Robo learns to believe in himself and his dreams and teaches Mitya courage and responsibility.
Jelgava 94 (2019)
1h 20min | Adventure, Drama | 20 September 2019 (Latvia)
“JELGAVA’94” is a film, which with equal parts of coming of age film and a portrait of the cultural chaos that reigned in former communist states during the 1990s, serves as a stark reminder of what has been left behind when border countries such as Latvia, regained their independence. The film is based on the novel by Janis Jonevs – a winner of the European Union Prize for Literature in 2014.