The Fishing Trip

The Fishing Trip 1980

On a sunny summer day a Range Rover stumbles across the lava and moss down to lake Þingvallavatn. A husband and wife step out of the vehicle along with their children, fishing partner and his daughter. While the men fish and the wife enjoys the sun the children notice a man that seems to have something to hide.

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."

Rock with Barney

Rock with Barney 1991

Adam's mother takes the Backyard Gang and Barney (still a stuffed toy doll) to the studio where she works. While there, Barney and the Backyard Gang tour the studio on their own, while producing their own show. From a cereal commercial set and a puppet show and the six little ducks and teddy bears and the US flag and an island paradise and a make up place to a jungle, the show is filmed along with many props in the studio. With the power of imagination and some movie magic, anything is possible when Barney's around.

A Lama from Ulaanbaatar

A Lama from Ulaanbaatar

A twelve year old boy, living in a "yurt" but in love with hip hop and computer games is caught between modernity and tradition, aspirations and poverty and decides to become a Buddhist monk.

Gikor

Gikor 1982

A village boy meets his tragic fate when he is sent to the city to work for a rich trader.

Guximtarët

Guximtarët 1970

Ilir is a pampered and egoistic child. However, his outlook on life changes when he goes on a trip with a group of mountain climbers.

The Teacher from the Black Lagoon... and More Slightly Scary Stories

The Teacher from the Black Lagoon... and More Slightly Scary Stories

This kid-friendly collection of slightly spooky animated tales includes an adaptation of Mike Thayer's "The Teacher from the Black Lagoon," about a boy's wild nightmares concerning his teacher on the first day of school. Other stories include Tomi Ungerer's "The Three Robbers," James Stevenson's "What's Under My Bed?" and Caroline Stutson's "By the Light of the Halloween Moon," in which a clever girl foils the plans of holiday ghouls.

Men Don't Cry

Men Don't Cry 1979

The holidays began and Pepík Janousek is playing with his friend Hadraba, whose nickname is Sun. Sun has to baby-sit his small brother in a pram and envies Pepík his nice adoptive parents because his own father beats him often. Pepík is happy - he will have soon the same surname Marek as his father and mother. Pepík is shocked when Sun tells him that Mrs Marková is pregnant. He falls from a height and ends up in hospital. Despite of all expressed love and care Pepík is afraid that the Mareks will no longer want him.