Thumbelina 1954

Hans Christian Andersen’s Thumbelina told the tale of a tiny girl grown from seed to be a companion to an old woman, Reiniger has her Thumbelina born spontaneously and magically from a flower, beholden to none but herself.

The Merciful Buddha 1979

A small village's enchanted stone that brings the inhabitants good fortune is threatened by faeries

Super Noypi 2006

In this offbeat Filipino fantasy, six teens find themselves cast in the role of world saviors when the vengeful villain Diego abducts their parents... who happen to be the fabled superheroes known as the Noypi. Along with martial artist Lia—sent from the future to help the youngsters discover and hone their inherited powers—can the kids save their parents from doom and deliver the planet from evil?

Mr. Horatio Knibbles 1971

Mary Bunting is sitting alone when to her surprise and delight a rabbit six foot tall - elegantly dressed in frock coat and fancy waistcoat - appears. As he is a magic rabbit, he can be seen only by Mary, which naturally creates great confusion and misunderstanding.

Spirit Warriors: The Shortcut 2003

Taking from where they last left off, the Spirit Warriors stumble upon a black hole to the Netherworld in their search for an ancient mystical and powerful amulet. Now that they found a way in, comes the problem of how to get back. Especially as the Netherworlds dark denizens spring into action to give the spirit warriors a taste of their gruesome never-land hospitality.

Spirit Warriors 2000

In this eerie thriller from the Philippines, a group of high schoolers finds themselves contending with more than the usual teen angst issues. It seems they've run afoul of Ulanaya, a menacing, shape-shifting ghost bent on creating terror and pandemonium throughout the land. Can these adolescent, amateur ghost hunters summon the mettle to square off against -- and vanquish -- such a formidable otherworldly nemesis?

Snow White 2000

Monteiro moved far away from the visual opulence defined by his earlier films with his inspired adaptation of radical Swiss writer Robert Walser’s anti-fairy tale. Carefully restricting the image track, Monteiro maintains an almost totally black screen in order to focus instead on the voices of Snow White, the Prince, the Queen and the Hunter, engaged in an extended debate about love, free will and the events leading up to the fateful attempt on the maiden’s life. Despite its visual austerity, Snow White is haunted by the arresting images with which it begins – infamous black-and-white photographs of Walser lying dead in the snow after his heart attack outside a Swiss asylum at the age of seventy-eight, a strange realization of the “death of the author” so central to postmodern literary criticism.

One Million-Year Trip: Bander Book 1978

Bander is a 17-year-old boy from Earth who lives on a distant planet, which is populated by human shape-shifters who feed off of vegetables and animal tails. Violence soon breaks out, as invaders launch an attack on Bander's new planet. This was Japan's first 2-hour animated film for television. The program received high ratings when broadcast as part of a set of 24-hour TV programs called "Ai wa Chikyu wo Sukuu" on Nippon Television. After a long gap since his last animated film for television, this work fully reflects Osamu Tezuka's desire to achieve theatrical quality with this production.

Yamaleela 1994

This story is dependent on the mother sentiment. The story is very simple. Hero’s mother lived a very royal life in a great palace as her husband was Jameendar that time. But later she lost her property due to some circumstances and she also lost her husband. And left that palace along with 2 year old kid (Ali).From that moment, she has been living a normal life. One fine day, Ali happens to listen the entire story of her mother and decides there itself to make his mother happy by purchasing the same palace for her mother. So he does lots of mischievous things to earn money. Bringing Yamadharmaraja, lord of Narakam to Earth is part of that. The story ends up with a good climax. The comedy scenes of Yama(Satyanarayana) and chitragupta(Bramhanandham) are most hilarious. Their conversation with the local police is most memorable hilarious comedy.

A Midsummer Night's Dream 1981

The second televised production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with Helen Mirren in the cast, although this time in a different role (Titania). In the 1968 production, which was released to movie theatres in Europe, but premiered in the U.S. on CBS-TV, Ms. Mirren played Hermia.

Tita Tovenaar 2 - Toverkriebels 2009

Tita Tovenaar is a wizard with a mischievous daughter who always gets into trouble because she thinks she can do magic as well as her father. Whenever she loses control over the situation, she claps her hands and the world around her stops, giving her time to rectify the situation.

Pólvora Negra 2011

A betrayed man is hunted and left for dead. Long after, he returns as Castilho Paredes. With scars still deep he is placed in a family dispute to act as a hired hitman between brothers and sisters for a hefty inheritance that will draw guns and blood. As long as there are bullets, there will be vengeance