Training flamingos. A new animated series that presents comic or poetic situations, but always out of the ordinary.
A new way of synchronised trampoline. A new animated series showcasing comical or poetic situations, but always offbeat.
María’s routine at school is altered by the arrival of a very special child. Soon, they become close friends.
We all have two sides. But if even the tiniest scare splits someone into a timid skin on the one hand and an overconfident skeleton on the other, that person has a lot of work ahead to bring their characteristics back into harmony again.
All people can learn how to evolve from Homo Consumus to Homo Responsábilus ... change is possible, necessary and, the best: it's easy and fun!
Three frogs are fighting over a tasty fly. But there is something the fly can teach them.
A slightly naive paradise bird is going out of his way to attract a mate.
Sharp climate change and natural disasters remind us that everything depends on us, the people. Disrupting nature through our actions, we are contributing to the global collapse of the planet. With these short films, we call out: People Think!
How to win a very unequal race. A new animated series that presents comic or poetic situations, but always out of the ordinary.
An elephant who is much more than a gym keeper. A new animated series showcasing comical or poetic situations, but always offbeat.
The elephant is sad and his trunk tries to cheer him up. That's a pretty tough task.
The sloth wants to buy ice cream, but unfortunately he is way too slow.
It’s bedtime. Father and daughter form a world floating high above the clouds. Ms. Triangel and Mr. Vierangel live in the kingdom of Queen Po, who is on her way. They push her until this world swings so high that it can only fall.
A small mouse lives in the middle of books and their epic adventures. When the candle goes out and when the matchbox is empty, it’s her turn to live a dangerous adventure throught the house, in search of a small spark.
The lamb hops from one risky adventure into the next. The flock would never take that risk!