The first non-Japanese film to be produced by Studio Ghibli follows a nameless shipwrecked man who meets a giant red turtle on a deserted island. Entirely dialogue-free, this is a magnificent magical-realist fable, rich in atmosphere and deceptively simple.
Spawned from the success of the "block"-buster satire, THE LEGO MOVIE, the po-faced LEGO Batman returns with his own hilariously over-the-top animation, fending Gotham City from a hostile takeover by The Joker ahead of a rabble of iconic villians from both in and outside of the DC comics franchise.
A live-action re-telling of Disney's own animated classic which refashions the original French fairy tale for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs.
One of the more inspired Cartoon Network creations follows the wildly original, mind altering adventures of Finn, and his best friend Jake - a 28-year old dog with the power to shapeshift into... anything. Their universe is littered with hundreds of absurd characters who usually either help them with their…
A runaway orphan travels to Paris with her friend an eccentric young inventor. There she follows her dream of becoming a Ballerina.
Animated dance sequences are motion captured directly from professional Ballet dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet Company.
An epic CGI Disney adventure about a Polynesian girl who sets sail on a daring ocean voyage to find a home for her people.
Features Kiwi voice talent of Rachel House, Jemaine Clement, Temuera Morrison and Oscar Kightley. Broadway's own Lin-Manuel Miranda is recruited to compose the sing-alongs.