Articles in Movies
Narrated part way in the first person by one of its main protagonists, La traversée du phare delves into the wonderful world of youthful emotions and first-love. Highly recommended!
The narrative in Cotolay is loosely based on the 13th century Galician legend of a young boy who helped three pilgrims to establish the Convent of San Francisco near Santiago de Compostela in 1214. It stars the French actor Didier Haudepin.
Un Chateau en Espagne isn’t a masterpiece, but its story is pleasant enough to keep you entertained — one of those feel good movies that are perfect time fillers. Recommended!
The Norwegian short film Sommerjubel is a comedy filled with little jokes and charming scenes – light entertainment at its best. While much of the film’s humor may be lost on adults, it will be caught and enjoyed by younger audiences.
The Book Thief is an adaptation of an international bestselling book of the same name, with a story set in Nazi Germany during WWII.
Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 22nd Tropfest Australia Film Festival, Revive evokes a range of emotions in a very inspiring film.
A Coming-of-Age drama set in present day New York City, the young protagonists of The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete learn, first hand, that life is a struggle.
A film about first love, about a desire to bring a smile to the face of your beloved, Skin captivates the attention of its viewers predominately with its beautiful cinematography.
The Selfish Giant is a tough movie about tough kids, tough people, tough luck and tough fate and it will take a lot of effort on the part of the viewer not to be affected by its poignant story.
Monkey Bar Mafia focuses on a “criminal” organization run by 10-year-old kids at the Camarilla College. While the action at first appears to be part of a game, the boys and their “ruthless” leader are really serious about their organization and its major goal.
This seven minute short film is about a young boy obsessed with a car wash, his naïve sister and strongly opinionated father and was one of 16 finalists at Tropfest 2013 in Australia.
In the Morning at Seven the World Is Still in Order focuses on the everyday life of a German family perceived through the eyes of its youngest member — six-year-old Gaylord.