Category: Fantasy

December 24, 2018 / Fantasy
December 24, 2018 / Family

An oil company is exploring two Arctic sites for oil. The needed blasting at the first site rocks Santa Claus’ North Pole village. He realizes that any blasting at the second site will destroy his home. He enlists the aid of a woman and her children to convince her husband (who works for the company) that the first site is where the oil they want is. Along the way, Santa explains all his secrets in delivering presents all around the world.

November 2, 2018 / Fantasy

Fantasy drama about a young girl’s discovery of her own magic powers through contact with Scarf Michael, a mysterious wedding fiddler whose playing causes fear and hallucinations wherever it is heard.

October 29, 2018 / Fantasy

After unearthing an ancient bas-relief sculpture of the gradiva or β€˜woman who walks’ a young archaeologist begins to dream of the figure eluding him, while also pursuing a mysterious woman who eludes him in his waking life. Based on the novella by WilhelmΒ Jensen.

October 24, 2018 / Fantasy

Steeped in macabre mystery, The Serpent’s Tale wraps a political allegory in the dark cloth of a gothic, forbidding quest. Lamia Koprulu is the last in a line of aristocratic Ottomans. Her final hope for an heir, an illegitimate son, Haldun, has died in a boating accident. When an American stranger arrives with news that her son is alive, Lamia inspires a search that leads to a scroll containing dark secrets.Β 

October 21, 2018 / Drama

Moon Chae-Ku and his friend Kim Chul try to bring the body of Moon’s father back to his native Kwisong Island for burial. Their ferry is intercepted by resentful islanders who will not let the boat dock, because of the father’s political activities in the 1950’s, informing on Communist sympathizers. Kim Chul, through flashbacks, recalls people and events from his island childhood.

October 4, 2018 / Animation

This animated children’s film tells the story of the two popular dolls who go off to find a pretty French doll who has been stolen by pirates. Many songs from popular children’s composer Joe Raposo ensue, including: “I Look and What Do I See!,” “No Girl’s Toy,” “Rag Dolly,” “Poor Babette,” “A Miracle,” “Ho-Yo,” “Candy Hearts,” “Blue,” “The Mirage,” “I Never Get Enough,” “I Love You,” “Loony Anthem,” “It’s Not Easy Being King,” “Hooray for Me,” “You’re My Friend,” and “Home.”