Hernán is a child who likes to daydreaming, but in his studies he is not doing well at all. His father constantly urges him to improve, advising him that he must reach very high to succeed in life. Hernán dispenses with his dream, gradually forgetting it to devote himself to his studies. Over time, and already become a successful entrepreneur, Hernán achieves the dream that his father instilled in him, reach high, until one day he will realize that he has not really achieved something he always longed for. Then he will make the crucial decision to fulfill his dream, but fate will play tricks on him. Hernán will have to face a new challenge that will change the meaning of his life.
Dandilicious is a Stylized Neo-Western about a day in the life of a Teddy Boy in 1959. Our hero (or anti-hero), Marty, is living the life of a public menace within his own town. Getting into fights and causing disruption on the streets, Marty is the 'King of the Teds' - or is he?
The Remembrance Day remarks the 2020 life after wartime madness between loss and stress during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK. On behalf of The Royal British Legion, this film tells a poem, written by Samuel Turner who explains why British veterans are so important more than life of war and the coronavirus crisis.
From the director of the award winning short fim When Efforts Begins with Cerebra (2019) and the award winning documentary film, I am Samuel (2020) comes an awareness in this computer animated short you'll imagine before.
This animated commercial has proud to feature the honourable Captain Sir Tom Moore.
A Danish warrior, living in Saxon England, tries to convince her fellow villagers to flee their homes, due to the threat of an imminent Viking raid. However, the Anglo-Saxon community turns on itself, leaving it divided and defenceless when the Vikings arrive.
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