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This is a story about a little girl who lives in a red world accidentally discovering other colors and looking for them.
This is an Indian film about two friends living in a village and their efforts to save their favorite older tree on which they grew up playing, during the pandemic of COVID-19.
Tvisha and Bhakti study in a remote village school. Every day for some reason they end up being punished and are thrown out of their classrooms. While, Younger Tvisha is chirpy, brimming with energy; Older Bhakti is gloomy and shy. Despite their unlikeness they gradually discover friendship outside the classroom. Somewhere inside the forest, Bhakti has a secret little place. Soon, Tvisha joins as both patiently wait for the magic to unfold!
This short documentary by Ken Kobre showcases the revolutionary work of Dr. Jay Nash and his non-profit organization, which provides free plaster casts, braces, crutches, physical therapy and medical assistance to a generation of formerly crippled kids in the Congo.
A young girl named Yuanyuan once lived in a happy family with loving parents.
75° WEST
Civilization has fallen after a prolonged pandemic. Two brothers wander through a post-pandemic world, trying to survive as they travel across the US countryside. They journey toward 75° West, surviving as best they can on what they can find as they try to avoid human dangers along the way.
Eleven-year-old Dronya wants to win the competition of young programmers and go for education at a well-known IT company.
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We love seeing with indie and youth filmmakers are creating from all across the globe. This collection of shorts, plus one feature comes from China, India, Ukraine, Germany and The Congo. Geographic boundaries vanish as we realize how similar the human condition is worldwide.

This is a story about a little girl who lives in a red world accidentally discovering other colors and looking for them.

Juror comments: Within the first five of this 6 ½ minute animated film, I had teared up twice and gotten the chills three times. The tears are partly because of my musical sensitivity to the score, which is composed for the key character’s wonder as she lives her life in gratitude and begins to envision colors outside her world of red. Discovery is the most uplifting feeling that humans, and especially children, experience. This fabulous journey encapsulates that feeling of amazement and wonder.

The story line of Red is simple and profoundly touching. In a world that is colored red, a young schoolgirl collects the different hues that her red world has to offer in little bottles. Her collection is vast! Soon, she travels to other worlds (in her dreams or in reality?) to collect new colors into her vials. The animated environmental and imaginative images are the fabulous essence of appreciation.

The animation is 2D, using minimalist design. The music, composed by Tomas Hohl, is breathtaking. Tomas uses piano and a toy piano (kinderklavier) primarily, but as the film climaxes to its height, so does the orchestration; hence, my chills. The sound, by Christian Wittmoser, supports the concepts as well. Bravo Chen Yang! This student film reveals the sweetness of your soul and, as the first gift to your baby son, you have captured the essence of innocence.

The message of Red is to keep your eyes open to the miracles of nature, color and sound and you will discover beauty and love.

I give Red 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 18 plus, adults. By Nancy K., KIDS FIRST!

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