Piko 1959

A small, neglected boy protests against his busy parents by rambling across the city alone.

Glasses 2002

In this clay stop-animation we meet a little boy who lives in a lonely, blurry world. His nearsightedness brings humiliations in the schoolyard and in his Grade 1 class. A visit to the eye doctor brings things into focus, and his first pair of glasses changes everything!

White Lion 1988

Maria travels from NYC to Egypt with her mother, Sarah, to research the legend of the White Lion. When entering a pyramid found in the distance, she meets a boy searching for his father.

Baby Miracle: Jonah and the Whale

Infants and toddlers learn the Bible story of Jonah and the Whale with this entertaining and educational video. The tale introduces infants and toddlers to the many wonders of the sea, using colorful footage, toys, puppetry, classical music and popular Christian children's songs. Based on Bible stories, the Baby Miracle video series entertains and educates by helping develop visual skills, music appreciation and language comprehension.

Danny and the Dinosaur... and More Friendly 1990

Don’t be scared! These monster stories just want to have a little fun! DANNY AND THE DINOSAUR (By Syd Hoff) When Danny visits the museum, he thinks it would be nice to play with a dinosaur. Well, the dinosaur is as eager to play with Danny, and they spend a whole day together. THE ISLAND OF THE SKOG (By Steven Kellogg, Narrated by Anthony Edwards, with Diana Canova, Steven Kellogg and Mary Beth Hurt) A band of mice and their leader set sail to an island inhabited by a hostile Skog with gigantic feet. But when the two parties finally meet face to face, they find they have a lot in common. THE BEAST OF MONSIEUR RACINE (By Tomi Ungerer) Monsieur Racine lays a trap and catches a marauder, a strange but harmless-looking beast, who has been stealing his prize pears. What happens when Monsieur Racine presents his catch to the Academy of Science throws Paris into an uproar.

Ralph's World: Say Hello!

Sing, dance and laugh along with Ralph, his friends Freddy Bear, Sammy the Dog, The Muffin Man and plenty of kids too! RALPH'S WORLD SAY HELLO! bursts with colourful charm, funny sketches, participatory dances and catchy songs that both children and their parents are sure to enjoy.

Daughters of Malakeh

In public, Maryam wears a headscarf and obeys the rules of the state. But in the privacy of her own home, she’s the breadwinner who runs the show, along with her mother and younger sister, Ghazal. When Maryam decides to get married, a blushing bride at 45, her worlds collide. With the support and encouragement of her family, she reconciles her personal autonomy with the expectations of a traditional marriage. Brother and co-director Sharog Heshmat Manesh presents an intimate portrait of family life in Iran, candidly capturing his sister’s wedding jitters, her fear of giving up her independence and of being too old to break free from her habits, and her attempts to add a pre-nuptial stipulation to the Marriage Guarantee.