For this week, we bring you the top animated movies that you can watch with your kids, including the award-winning film, Tomorrow and Ne Zha.
Tomorrow is a computer-animated Bangladeshi short film. Directed by Mohammad Shihab Uddin and broadcast on Deepto TV in 2019. Kazi Zahin Hasan and Kazi Zeeshan Hasan produced the film. And Cycore Studios providing animation and production skills. The film’s primary goal is to educate children about the global warming catastrophe. It received the award for a best-animated picture at the Cannes Film Festival. This film sent a powerful message about the dangers of fossil fuels and climate change.
Delhi Safari is a 2012 Indian computer-animated comedy musical film written and directed by Nikkhil Advani. It is India’s first feature-length stereoscopic 3D animation film. It earned the National Film Award for Best Animated Film at the 60th National Film Awards. In this film, the famous Tom Kenny, Carlos Alazraqui, Jason Alexander, Cary Elwes provide voices in the English-language version. A leopard cub, his mother, a monkey, a bear, and a parrot embark on an adventure when the forest in which they live is on the verge of being destroyed.
Kirikou and the Sorceress
Kirikou and the Sorceress is a 1998 traditional animation feature film. This film was written and directed by Michel Ocelot. Drawn from elements of West African folk tales. This film depicts how a newborn boy, Kirikou, saves his village from the evil witch Karaba. It is a co-production between companies in France (Exposure, France 3 Cinema, Les Armateurs, Monipoly, Odec Kid Cartoons) and Belgium (Radio-Télévision Belge) and Luxembourg (Studio O, Trans Europe Film).
Ne Zha is a 2019 Chinese 3D computer-animated fantasy-adventure film. This film was directed and written by Yu Yang, credited as Jiaozi. The plot is based on the classic 16th-century novel Investiture of the Gods. It was released in China exclusively in IMAX and China Film Giant Screen theatres on 13 July 2019. It began a North American release on 29 August 2019 in select IMAX 3D theatres, before a nationwide rollout on 6 September. This film although based on myth. The main focus is on the environmental relationship of a human being.
Jan Vankmajer wrote and directed Alice, a dark fantasy film released in 1988. It was originally titled Nco z Alenky, which translates to “Something from Alice. The film is marked for its dark and severe production design, which merges live-action and stop motion animation. Alice was Vankmajer’s debut feature-length picture after a career as a prolific short film filmmaker for more than two decades. Other adaptations of Carroll’s novel, which view it as a fairy tale, have disappointed the filmmaker. At the 1989 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the film won the feature film award.