An automated girl and tortoise warrior journey with a band of outlaws on an incredible quest. Their one hope is to find a legendary relic to defeat a sinister mechanized army and save the creatures of their world.
Sam Koji Hale
Els, a former surgeon, and the Palestinian refugee Sulayman happen to sit opposite each other on the train. There is nothing that suggests the great impact of their conversation: it puts their lives on a new track.
An overconfident chef makes wrong accusations of sabotage when a critic praises his colleague instead of him. The chef stays overnight in the kitchen to prove his work is perfect, but as ... See full summary »
Odd is terrified of his head, until one day he falls in love with Gunn who is both fearless and happy in life. Odd's life is turned upside down and he is freed from his worries in the most unexpected way.
Lucy Smith Ulseth,
Flags are planted. Hands are held. First steps are taken on new worlds. And then the giant lets out a stream of black piss and pees a brand new universe. Reason enough for the two creatures... See full summary »
Once upon a time the ideals and dreams of the late Walt Disney served to fill a notably small world with vast beauty and inspiration. This tribute is humbly presented with the hope of giving a little bit of that beauty back.
TWO BALLOONS was one of the absolute highlights of the Providence Children's Film Festival. Animation is a labor of love and it's no more evident then when watching this film. The film score perfectly complements the narrative of two lemurs who apparently have met and departed before sharing their true feelings for one another. The attention to detail in each scene is truly amazing. Also noteworthy were the use of uniquely designed dirigibles... and the flip-book animation within this animation. Our audiences could watch this film again and again and again.
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