Waiting for Santa

Waiting for Santa 1990

It's Christmas Eve and Santa's given Barney and his friends a special job to take Derek (the new kid in the neighborhood) to see if Santa knows his Address. After arriving in Barney's special sleigh, the kids frolic on the ice, pretend to be elves in Santa's workshop and learn from Mrs. Claus that "doing things for others is what Christmas is all about."

El Mago de Oz

El Mago de Oz 1985

In this minimalist stage version of the MGM film, Dorotea is swept to Oz by an offstage tornado, greeted by Glinda and flowery Munchkins, not played by actors. Glinda looks suspiciously like Mother Ema (not Aunt). A Wicked Witch appears with blacked out teeth who looks like Dona Brujilda, who has been trying to get rid of Dorotea's dog.

In a World of Bad Breath

In a World of Bad Breath

Somewhere along the way humans were eaten by their own creations. And now forgotten archetypes and obsolete specters dance in the corners of the new world of Bad Breath. Adapted from automatic drawings during a severe fever of hypnagogia. Watch general confusion among an ancient presence.

Mahabali

Mahabali 1983

Mahabali was a beloved king and very kind to his subjects in the state of Kerala. The time under his rule was considered one of great prosperity and happiness. It is in fact this success as a king that led the gods to be wary of him and bring his demise at the hands of Vamana.

The Painter's Nephew

The Painter's Nephew 1989

With Moustapha Dao’s second short film “The painter’s Nephew” (1989), he is involved in the adaptation of African tales through the story of young Ali whose nights are disturbed by the characters’ tales his grandmother tells him.

Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp

Live action of the animated movie "Lady and the Tramp". It told the love story between a pampered Cocker Spaniel named Lady and a streetwise mongrel named Tramp. Lady finds herself out on the street after her owners have a baby and is saved from a pack by Tramp, who tries to show her to live her life footloose and collar-free. More doggone adventures ensue.

Dars khososy

Dars khososy

Khososy a young who is living in the fifties of the 20th century in Egypt, one day he is mistaken for a man who wants to fight the British soldiers occupying Egypt, his father tries to smuggle him out of Egypt but the ship gets caught in Bermuda triangle and Khososy finds himself in the year 2005 of Egypt, trying to fit in the new time, he encounters many problems, he finds out that his children are now grown up and they in worse shape it can be, he tries to bring the back to the right way.

The Garden of Bancharam

The Garden of Bancharam 1980

The story of an old peasant,Bancharam (Mitra),who defeats the tyrannical landlord Chhakari (Dey).Inheriting a dry patch of land, Bancharam converts it into a fabulous garden.The British magistrate supports him when Chhakari attempts to acquire the garden, after which he dies. Chhakari's son Nakari tries a new stratagem: he promises Bancharam Rs 100 every month provided Bancharam bequeaths his garden to the landowner after his death. Bancharam agrees but amazingly becomes healthier with every passing day, repeatedly promising to die but failing to do so. Come the appointed day, Nakari arrives with the funeral band and finds Bancharam glowing with health. Nakari collapses on the prepared funeral bed and dies instead.

Lolita Separates

Lolita Separates 1988

In this short slice of transgressive punk cinema, a woman achieves accidental revenge on her boyfriend after he cruelly kills and eats the fish-stick that she had magically brought to life. Despite this tragic event, not all is lost for Lolita, as she soon meets an unexpected new friend.

Aphrodisiac

Aphrodisiac 1972

Eccentric Professor Leviticus Wirtsus is obsessed with crossbreeding animals of different species. His research leads Wirtsus to discover a LSD-type substance called Fongaluli

Subversion

Subversion 1979

Director Stanislav Stanojevic, who later broke new ground in political filmmaking with Notorious Nobodies, offers an absurdist allegory about the nature of political repression. A blind, paralyzed president uses his remarkable hearing and his corrupt daughter to keep his country in line. His beautiful, clever daughter works her own agenda while striving to be the equal of men. She appoints herself Chief of Firefighters and then commits arson to ensure that her job is needed.