People are strange – even for a sloth walking around the city.)
There’s much to see if we look at ourselves in black and white in mirrors.)
“Countryside by the Sea” looks at overpopulated beaches through the eyes of comedy and animation.)
Can animals live together without eating each other? )
Even small dinossaurs should get a haircut.)
What happens when it’s our turn to look at the countryside?)
Can people be friends despite wearing different colours and speaking different languages?)
A poem by Jacques Prévert tells us about what happens in forests.)
A film inspired by Sami culture.)
Will Tony manage to defeat Mr. Illness?)
Being a Sandguy is hard when the sea constantly washes away the constructions made along the beach; still there is a solution for everything.
Trampoline is an animated film showing the cinema screen as a trampoline on which people and animals are frolicking. From under the trampoline pad, we watch their capers in amusement, until things take an unexpected turn.
When the Wind is strong and permanent, people adjust to the conditions and life is lived according to its direction, even though one does not know the powers behind it.
Anatole’s little saucepan follows him around everywhere; it fell on him one day and nobody really knows why. Since then, it gets stuck everywhere and it keeps him from going forward; tired of it he decides to hide so that he won’t see or be seen anymore; but, fortunately, things aren’t so simple.
Mia convinces Ingo to play I spy with my little eye in the kitchen. The game dissolves the kitchen’s reality and melts it into a wild sea adventure.
Electric Soul offers an electrifying view to a buzzing city.
In Mythopolis legendary characters from the Greek mythology live their lives and solve their problems in today¬¥s world.
In Punctuwool a shepherd in the sky has his hands full with a curious cloud.