Meaning ‘summer’ in Russian, “Leto” is a kind of tribute to Victor Tsoi, revealing some little-known facts about the legendary singer and songwriter. He is recognised among the pioneers of the Russian rock music and is also a co-founder of “Kino”, one of the most influential bands in the history of modern Russian music. The plot is based on the love triangle, formed by Victor himself when he was only 19, and by Mike Naumenko and his wife Natalia, who were in their 20s. It also tells the story of “Leningrad Rock Club” formation and mentions the recording of “45”, Victor’s first music album. As too many famous rock musicians, Victor died when he was only 28 years old, in car accident.
Green Patch is a little town in Australia, created by Bill Koala as an asylum for every animal that needs to find peace and safety. As a young koala with adventurous blood, his son - Blinky Bill is influenced by the legend of his remarkable father who, sadly, is gone missing. Bill Koala has last been seen to embark on a journey to the Valley of White Dinosaurs but no one has seen him ever since. Willing to find his dad, Blinky Bill leaves Green Patch and goes on a mission through the dangerous Australian wilderness. Luckily, our boy is not alone on his way - he meets Jack, the lizard and Nutsy, a zoo koala, who join him in this exciting adventure. Unfortunately, there is also a mean Cat who pursues the friends but the perils also teach them how to rely on each other and how to become a strong and invincible team!
Olivia Wild (“Vinyl”, “Cowboys & Aliens”) comes back this time as a director of a high school comedy that follows the ups and downs of two best friends - Dever and Feldstein. After having a great time at school during four fabulous years of partying, just before their graduation, the girls realise that they are far behind their schoolmates. Going through a very fast period of regret for playing much more than studying, Dever and Feldstein pick out the mission of their life. They decide to focus on school and manage to go to college - just like most of the kids around them. All right, easy to say but will it be as easy to make it happen?
Love and friendship are eternal topics that have excited people before our era and will continue to puzzle those after us. With the change of the seasons, through the sunny summer and colourful autumn, to the freezing cold winter, we follow Tanya. She is a charming girl and a bunch of boys gather around her while experiencing a bouquet of emotions as all teenagers do, forced by their hormones. Set in the harsh times of communistic Russia, the film simultaneously focuses on the individualities of the young people and the seemingly free spirited living of their goup. It also touches vaguely upon the society in which they have been born and in which freedom and happiness are not accepted as normal conditions.
Living in the digital era is not easy for all generations.The so traditional world of book publishing does not make an exception. Set in the charming city of Paris, this story follows a love triangle (it won’t be a French comedy if there is no love triangle, isn’t it?), composed by people of similar age whose professions are somewhat interconnected. Alain (Guillaume Canet) is a literary editor who do not agree to publish Léonard's first novel. Instead, his company hires Laure, a sexy young lady, to adapt the book using the means of digital marketing. Of course, Alain is having an affair with Laure. His wife, Selena (Juliette Binoche) on her turn, becomes a lover of Léonard. So complicated, so French, but also so witty and entertaining! At the same time, this film is asking the same questions which people struggling with middle-age crisis in this ever-changing world are asking themselves.
The year is 1999, and we meet two sisters, Celeste and Eleanor Montgomery, who have survived a devastating catastrophe. The girls find a way to use their talents as a creative therapy, in which Celeste is the brilliant performer and Ellie is the gifted songwriter. When they meet The Manager (Jude Law) - a man with the ability to discover genuine talents, the fame and fortune follow the sisters promptly. By 2017, the grown up Celeste (Nathalie Portman) rises from a damaged girl to an international pop star who, sadly, has turned into an arrogant, super selfish and even vulgar woman. Ironically, the pop star becomes an icon for the young people of 21 century, with lost innocence and without strong moral compass. During the tour in support of her sixth album, the totally confused Celeste struggles with personal issues, driving the people around her crazy.
Ed and Lorraine Warren, together with their 10-year old daughter Judy, look like a perfectly normal family. At the same time, the spouses share extraordinary profession, being involved in the investigation of paranormal activity and demonic objects. One of these objects is a doll, possessed by evil powers. Her name is Annabelle and the Warrens naively believe that locking her in a secured room with similarly wicked artefacts, in their own house, could keep Annabelle from spreading horror. One unfortunate night, while Judy is playing with her friends, the doll awakens and unites powers with the other evil objects in the ‘special’ room. She now gives them an innocent target - to catch and possess Ed and Lorraine’s young daughter.
As most of the kids at her age, the 7-year-old Anna sleeps better with a toy in her hands. In this case, it is Sophie, the favourite doll of the little girl. However, when leaving her family’s holiday house, Anna forgets to take Sophie with her. Worried whether all is well with her lovely doll, Anna realises that her parents will not agree to drive back to the house in the middle of the night. While thinking about Sophie, Anna unexpectedly hears a buzz sound. It appears that the sound comes from Zanzibar, a cute yellow airplane and its crew: Captain Bimse and co-pilot Goggeletten. Taking along Mr. Johnson, Anna’s loyal teddy bear, the new friends embark on a special adventure. Their mission is to go find Sophie and reunite the doll with her girl. Being an adaptation of Bjarne Reuter's children book, the film is a mix of live action, animations and puppets.
Do you believe in miracles? Well, Jack Malik didn’t, until his life changes for good in just one night. He is a singer-songwriter without much luck and success, but with supportive friends and devoted family. Gradually realising that his dreams for a worldwide triumph as a music performer are fading away, Malik don’t expect much from his future. However, fate is an extraordinary player and in one mysterious dark night, during a global electrical blackout, Malik gets hit by a car. While it doesn’t sound like a happy development of the situation, this becomes the turning point in the life of for our boy. He wakes up to find out that no one remembers the legendary “Beatles’ and their beautiful songs - as if they've never existed. Malik starts performing their music and he is soon recognised globally. Yes, it does sound too good to be true, so the problems soon begin…
Do you believe in reincarnation? And what about a dog that reincarnates over and over again just to be close to his beloved people? Meet Bailey who is living in a farm with two wonderful people - Ethan and Hannah Montgomery. Now Bailey has a new friend, the baby granddaughter of the Montgomerys - CJ. Sadly, there is also Gloria, CJ’s mother, who is a very confused person. She comes and takes the baby far and away from the grandparents and the dog who love her so much. Bailey may be just a dog but he understands. He makes a promise to Ethan to find CJ and become her guardian angel. This is how Baily starts a never ending journey through CJ's lifetime, taking the shape of a variety of dog breeds, being always there for her.