Original title: Los colores de la montaña
Young Manuel lives with his hard-working farmer parents in the remote, mountainous region of the Colombian countryside. While the adults in their lives try to avoid both the armed military and the guerrilla rebels fighting each other, Manuel and his friend Julián are obsessed with playing soccer any chance they get. Shortly after his birthday, the new ball Manuel received as a gift gets kicked into a minefield, and he, Julián, and their albino friend Poca Luz, will do anything to recover their prized belonging—an essential part of everyday lives and dreams. In Spanish with English subtitles.

Winner of the Edith Lando Peace Prize.

It’s the beginning of summer vacation, and the Crocodiles are celebrating Hannes’ birthday. Even though they have grown older and developed different interests, the gang of adventurous kids stick together through thick and thin. During a go-kart race, Frank is in a terrible accident, and needs a liver donation. In order to save him, his friends will need to get Frank’s brother out of prison. Their plan is risky and the stakes are high. In German with English subtitles. Rated PG -  course language. Recommended for ages 10-13.

When a bump in the road causes an unexpected chain of events, every formative life experience flashes before a deliveryman's eyes. This is a colourful and quirky crowd pleaser based on true events!

A deaf filmmaker shares what it is like to experience his world.

Floyd the charming Android attempts to change a light bulb at the top of a preposterously tall skyscraper.

What links a village in Belize and millions of North American kids? Chocolate!  Meet 13-year-old Elisha, the daughter of a cacao farmer in Belize.  We learn about her daily life and her dreams as she and her father show how cacao is grown, harvested and turned into chocolate.

Anne is like any other eleven-year-old: she rides her bike, likes her trampoline, hangs out with her friends. But living with Tourette’s syndrome means she sometimes acts in ways that are difficult to control. Anne doesn’t want to change the person she is; she just wants to try to control her tics and help others better understand her.

It's hot. The weather frog is alarmed: if what the kids say is true, terrible things could happen to the climate!  Without dialogue.

This reflection on the circumstances surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict reveals glimpses of humanity in which we find ourselves.

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