We're Egle and Monika from Lithuania. We study at Karmelava Balys Buracas gymnasium.
Idea to do short film about ionisation came during the chemistry lesson.
All our charchters were made from plasticine. We took pictures of them with our digital camera and edited photos with computer.
PJ meets a new friend Split Pea, a raggedy winged parrot who speaks with a proper British accent. PJ tries to give Split Pea a makeover, but holy hummingbirds humor ensues instead. PJ and Split Pea learn to love & accept each other just the way they are.
PJ has had a few embarrassing school pictures in his young career.
After an incident with a green Magic Marker, PJ ends up looking startlingly similar to a Martian in one photo. In another, he’s a gluey-haired mess. But this year, PJ is determined to get a decent photograph—until, that is, he wakes up missing a tooth only one day before class pictures.
Join PJ and his pal Split Pea—a wisecracking parrot with a British accent—as they embark on a series of misadventures in their quest to buy, beg, and even “borrow” a new set of teeth for Picture Day.
What could possibly go wrong?
We talk to visionary director Luc Besson about this fantasy adventure.
Watch a scene from this new Luc Besson film.
Take a look at a clip from this quirky French adventure comedy.
An adventure set in the early part of the 20th century and focused on a popular novelist and her dealings with would-be suitors, the cops, monsters and other distractions. Legendary cartoonist Jacques Tardi's original stories perfectly recreate the intrigue, romance and excitement of one of the most tumultuous periods in history.
Unemployed Lloyd goes in for his interview at Scion, and tells 'em exactly what they want to hear.
Lloyd gets his first assignment as marketing director at Scion.
In "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" Lloyd has to call in some favors with his friend (he thought so at least) A-Trak.
Lloyd fills Blu Jemz in on how things are going with his new job, and learns that the tables may have turned for his dear friend.
Tintin and Captain Haddock quest to find an ancient treasure in this game based on a movie based on a comic.
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DreamWorks presents this computer-animated motion-capture adaptation of Georges Remi's beloved Tintin comic strip in this first installment of a planned trilogy. Steven Spielberg handles direction duties on the initial film, which is set to be followed by a second film helmed by Peter Jackson, who shares producing duties on the films along with Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy. Jamie Bell provides the voice of Tintin, with Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Toby Jones heading up the rest of the cast. Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, and Steven Moffat provide the screenplay.
We talk to stars Jamie Bell, Nick Frost, Daniel Mays, Daniel Craig, writer Stephen Moffat and producer Kathleen Kennedy at the UK premiere of this action animation.
Star Andy Serkis and director Steven Spielberg appear at Comic-Con to talk about Tintin.