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Calamity, A Childhood Of Martha Jane Cannary (Country: France, Denmark; Year: 2020; Director: Rémi Chayé; Writer: Rémi Chayé, Fabrice de Costil, Sandra Tosello; Stars: Salomé Boulven, Alexandra Lamy, Alexis Tomassian, Jochen Hägele, Léonard Louf, Santiago Barban, Damien Witecka, Bianca Tomassian, Jérémy Bardeau, Philippe Vincent, Jérôme Keen, Pascal Casanova, Violette Samama, Lévanah Solomon, Délia Régis)
Animation about the young heroine of the West.
Hello World! (Bonjour Le Monde!) (Country: France; Year: 2019; Director: Anne-Lise Koehler, Éric Serre; Writer: Anne-Lise Koehler; Stars: Kaycie Chase, Julien Crampon, Boris Rehlinger)
Stop-motion animation introduces audiences to a fragile ecosystem through the lives of ten creatures: a pike, a beaver, a bat, a fire salamander, a turtle, an emperor dragonfly, and four unforgettable birds.
Josep (Country: France, Spain, Belgium; Year: 2020; Director: Aurel; Writer: Jean-Louis Milesi; Stars: Sergi López, Emmanuel Vottero, Xavier Serrano, David Marsais, Valérie Lemercier, Thomas Vandenberghe, Gérard Hernandez, Bruno Solo, François Morel, Alain Cauchi, Bamar Kane, Sílvia Pérez Cruz, Alba Pujol, Sophia Aram, Sergi López)
Animation charts a Spaniard's escape from an internment camp in France.

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