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Duck (of Click, Clack Moo: Cows That Type and Giggle, Giggle Quack fame) decides to enter politics. Follow his rise, and fall, from power. Narrated by Randy Travis, with music by Scotty Huff and Robert Reynolds. | Read MoreAnimation
In this upbeat animated short, an uptight business man is finding it hard to get out of his bed in the morning. After missing his bus to work one day, the disgruntled businessman happens upon a baby bird who had fallen out of the nest. The businessman teaches the fallen baby how to fly, and in the process he discovers how to break out of his own shell and live. First Flight's simple yet heartfelt message coupled with its lovable characters makes it a soaring delight for all ages. | Read MoreAnimation
In the tradition of Super Size Me, Evolutionary ecologist-turned-filmmaker Dr. Randy Olson interviews everyone from poker-playing evolutionists and Harvard scientists to advocates of intelligent design and even his 82-year-old mother. Both sides of the evolution vs. intelligent design argument are presented in such a way that it is difficult to say which group is the real flock of dodos. Preceded by Garden of Eden, revisited. | Read MoreDocumentary and Animation
Made with painted 16mm and 35mm filmstrips as well as digitally manipulated and live video footage, Flow is a meditation on the seasonal flow of the streams and rivers of central Texas. Director Scott Nyerges seamlessly combines his knowledge of experimental film and animation to produce a visceral recreation of the rush of springtime and the growth and maturity of summer. | Read MoreAnimation
In 1819, a Transylvanian traveler set out on foot for Asia, convinced that there he would discover "the original Hungarians." What he found, at the foot of the Himalayas, introduced Tibet's rich culture and the practice of Buddhism to the world at large. A first film by one of Hungary's leading film composers, narrated in English by Susannah York. | Read MoreDocumentary, Music, Animation
When Lucía loses a tooth, she is consoled to know that the Hairy Tooth Fairy, Pérez, will bring money in exchange. Pérez lives happily on a boat with hundreds of other mice, but tonight he encounters danger, and Lucía and a friend must set out to save him. This fascinating adventure will keep you on the edge of your seat. Ages 10+
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