From renowned Danish animation master Jannik Hastrup comes this endearing tale featuring Circleen, a matchbook-sized elf, and her motley crew- mice, a baby rhino and a Princess named Coco (tiny size, outsized personality!). Together, they embark on an exciting adventure to Africa! Along the way, they open their eyes and hearts to one another and to others! This new Circleen film is the 11th film from Mr. Hastrup submitted to the prestigious Berlinale Generation competition lineup. Colourful and gentle images. Lively and original soundtrack.

  • Trællene (1978-80)

    Animator/animation director Jannik Hastrup did three films; “Trællene”, 1978, “Trællenes børn”, 1980 and “Trællenes oprør”, 1979), each divided up in three episodes, all with the general theme of slaves under the thumb of oppressors. Using a consciously cut-out animation technique, this first trio of episodes covers the Viking Age, the introduction of Christianity, and an […]

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  • Tango Jalousie (1996)

    An elegant, visual interpretation of Jacob Gade’s Tango Jalousie from 1925, which axpresses passionately the drama of jealousy. An elderly violinist strikes the tune and he dances over the screen as a young man. People meet, hearts on fire, rejection and defeat, maturity and tranquility.

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