The Lost Letter tells the tale of a young boy as he prepares his neighbourhood for Christmas. That is until he confronts the one lady who doesn’t want the holiday to come at all. The determined boy does all he can to bring colour to her dreary world, only to discover the truth behind her lack of Christmas spirit.
This film is just beginning its life on the festival circuit so I can only share the trailer and a selected scene online for now.
Rupert, a ten year old boy, falls hopelessly in love for the first time. When it all goes terribly wrong, he wishes never to experience heartache again. Turning to a book of magic, he invokes a spell to shield him from emotion forever.
I've included the trailer below too, as Alan gives a wonderful narration that is not included in the actual film. This intro was inspired by one of my favourite films James Whale's Frankenstein.
After witnessing the brutal death of his friend at the hands of a mysterious creature, a young fairy barely escapes with his life. But in his haste he is captured by the Queen's Fairycatcher. It is then a race against time as the terrified fairy attempts to escape. A dark fairytale inspired by the collected tales of The Brothers Grimm.
A silent fairytale set in a quaint village in the dead of night. While everyone sleeps, shadows come alive and dance and play in the moonlight. But one shadow longs for something more meaningful. While walking across the rooftops he spots a light in a distant window...
Heavily inspired by my love of German Expressionism. This was my first animated film and I am constantly amazed by its popularity which is now into millions of online views.
A quirky, magical tale following the creation of a wooden aviator and his plane. After the death of his inventor, an elderly toymaker, Flyboy is left in the back garden of the house on the hill as a weather vane. As the seasons pass, he remains rooted to the same spot until one fateful day a young boy finds his way into the garden.