Two quarreling peasant families, who were forced to leave their lands after the war, are settled by accident on two neighboring farms.
Adults reflect on the experience of losing a parent at a young age.
Minimalist, bizarre and surreal story that takes place in some sort of post-cataclysmic future, where the main hero collects tracks which were the only connection of his with the environment known today.
Sami is an anticipation short film where a young conscript soldier finds himself at the frontline of a nameless war. Alone in his trench, boredom becomes his biggest enemy. There in the bottom of his hole that he will find an unexpected comfort.
Matti is 11 years old and dreams of a family vacation in his father’s native country, Finland. He manages to get what he wants by telling a whopping lie. But once they get there, Matti, his younger brother Sami and his parents find themselves without a place to stay, no money and no car in the middle of Finnish wilderness. Only a miracle can save them – or Uncle Jussi, who has been struggling to compete with Matti’s father his whole life. This movie based on Salah Naoura’s award-winning children book offers entertainment for people of all ages.
Mikkel is a young reindeer herder who is lonely and struggling with heavy thoughts.
Two reindeer herders meet on a small hill in the highland area. A story about the need for company without necessarily saying much, about friction between two herding units, and about an embarrassing silence.
A meeting between two reindeer herders on a small hill in the middle of the tundra. It’s a film about the need for company without necessarily saying much, friction between two units, and embarrassing silence.
Somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the Czech provinces, a handful of people come together: a paranoid prison guard, his hypochondriac neighbour and the latter’s silent, despairing wife, a lovesick nightclub manager and a stripper who is a single mum.
Reindeer breeder Jon and his family live in Northern Scandinavia with the Sami people, a semi-nomadic community above the Arctic circle. For an entire year, Corto Fajal, the film director, follows the migration of Jon's community and its 15,000 reindeers across the breathtaking landscapes of the Sarek Mountains. Taken by the apparent harmony of Jon's daily life, the director wonders about the fragility of this lifestyle and its paradoxes.
Vidatha Films presents this musical from director Subramanyam Pacha.
Viktor, a former employee of the developer company, leaves monotonous life and goes to rural areas of Serbia with the desire to find his peace and freedom.
Armed in a Kolt and with a summer's course in the lingo the director intends to take her place among the people she belongs to. It's an exciting trip filled with expectations and fear of rejection.
Sami Potta Mudichu is a 1991 Tamil film directed by R. Sundarrajan. The film stars Murali, Sindhu, R. Sundarrajan and Disco Shanti in lead roles.
TOTAL COMEDY proudly presents: Sami Hedberg!
Cultural and ethnographic identity is explored in Sápmi and other places.
Burned out on life, Miles undergoes a strange procedure at a strip mall spa -- and wakes to find he's been replaced by a better version of himself.
Please! Psammea-don is a Japanese anime that was broadcast from 2 April 1985 to 4 February 1986 with a total of 78 episodes produced. This anime is based on the 1902 novel Five Children and It by English author Edith Nesbit. The anime differs from the novel in revolving around four children rather than five. Three of the children are siblings while the fourth is their friend and neighbor. The four children encounter the Psammead who, in the anime, is depicted as being yellow with a blue hat, and more of a grumpy and lazy being than mischievous. In Latin America, the series was known as Samed, el duende mágico and in France and Quebec as Sablotin. In the Arab world, it was known as Moghamarat Samid.
Each episode features a Pakistani celebrity interviewed by Peerzada about their journeys, struggles, challenges and success.