Sometimes people, places, and things aren't what they appear to be.
4mn animation about a young Black woman who goes swimming in the Icelandic sea and reflects on her experience of raising a child in a country that feels nothing like home. As she enters the freezing water, she relives her traumatic pregnancy and postnatal depression. Soon her swimming eases. Being in the wild and facing her fears is helping her heal.
A child and her father grieve over a loss in their own way but also connect over the tragic event.
On day 15 of a camping trip, young Julius longs to leave the great family adventure behind, but his parents struggle with the reality of their new normal.
In a small town where relationships are everything,
a mysterious rigged vote sends the involved young citizens astir and [politically] against each other (sound familiar?),
threatening to dismantle the new community the Mayor-Architect has built.
A pet store cashier reveals a special talent to a customer who would be happier just buying his cat food.
A love story that leads to the creation of a family. Through love, loss, and determination, the definition of family is rewritten.
A girl begins a journey to find happiness and adventure. She finds love. This love allows two young people to mature through loss and have the opportunity to support each other when devastation strikes. The journey is exciting, sad, and beautiful.
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