In Woo Ming Jin’s WOMAN ON FIRE LOOKS FOR WATER (2009) a father and son wrestle with love in a small Malaysian fishing village. While the father looks up an old lover he should have married years ago, his son faces a romantic dilemma of his own.
Two teens are forced to hide an unintended pregnancy in a society where heterosexuals are persecuted and abortion is forbidden.
Wolfy is a wolf. Tom is a rabbit. Wolfy learns from a gipsy that his mother is still alive. So the two friends set out to find her in the principality of Wolfenberg, the Land of the Wolves. Gregorie Tollatoroff and Eric Omand, WOLFY, THE INCREDIBLE SECRET is an extraordinary tale of friendship and survival with spectacular hand-drawn animation!
Filmmaker Mami Sunada’s THE KINGDOM of DREAMS and MADNESS (2013) documentary follows animator Hayao Miyazaki, Toshio Suzuki and Isao Takahata over the course of a year as Studio Ghibli prepares to release “The Wind Rises,” Miyazaki’s last animated film. Miyazaki, a man who cries at the ending of his films, offers Ghibli fans some insight about why he never knows how his films will end, until finished.
Director’s Maryna Gorbach and Mehmet Bahadir Er’s LOVE ME Sev Beni (2013) is a short-lived, superficial romance between two people whom, if not for their unique set of circumstances, would have made for a more poignant affair.