Taking off where Enteng Kabisote (The Legend of Okay Ka, Fairy Ko) ended, this year's filmic installment of the much-loved TV series of the earthling Enteng Kabisote and his romance with his Faye, despite the frequent intervention of his mother-in-law Ina Magenta, Queen of fairyland Engkantasia, goes on to bigger grounds. Their family is expanding as Faye is again on the family way. The magical world Engkantasya and the man's world welcomes a new addition to the Kabisote family with Ada, Enteng and Faye's new baby girl - a new princess of Engkantasya. While both worlds were happy with this new addition, Darkness is once again brooding both in Engkantasya and in man's world. In the previous film, Satana, the ruler of Kadiliman (Darkness) lost her powers and was vanquish by Magenta. Reborn through the blood of a traitor, Satana regained her powers and vowed to destroy Enkantasya. This time she has succeeded.
"The Arab governments pushed us out of our homes... I was twelve years old… I've been here for 60 years." A beautiful, poignant documentary, Still Life examines the effect a collection of personal photos showing life in Palestine before the 1948 displacement have on an elderly Palestinian fisherman living in exile in Lebanon. The importance of place and memory in preserving a people's history are crucial to Diana Allan's illuminating documentary. In, Said Ismael Otruk, a Palestinian man born in Acre in the 1930s, recalls his childhood and the halcyon days of his youth. His memories, not always accurate, so he relies on the photographs he managed to take with him. They are images of young boys, of the port, of fishing boats and the sea. On one, he reads a note he wrote many years ago: "Acre and Said in the Golden Age."
Four cousins meet a new friend who has strange powers over all the animals on Whispering Island. After discovering the crusader's treasure, they are imprisoned in a flooded dungeon.
More of Emoto Takenori's humorous tales of the Baseball world.
A story above the three fathers who want to spend an luxurious holiday like an Emperor (the King). Jimly Lee (Wanted Criminal) has stolen famous diamond which is slipped into one the father's coat pocket. What follows next is story between four of them and the Interpol with Korea Police.
A teenage boy attempts to raise a wolf puppy in his remote home village, despite backlash from the local people.
A boy and a girl, betrothed since childhood, are still fond of each other as teenagers.
Look who's come to visit The Count's spooky castle. It's Elmo! Is he scared? Only for a second because soon he's having a howling good time as his Sesame Street friends stir up some spirited fun. Get ready for nonstop jokes, songs and spooky surprises with Telly, Baby Bear, Bert and Ernie. Elmo Says Boo! is sure to make you shriek -- with laughter.
As part of the third anniversary of the program, a film version was created. Ana, a young girl who took the responsibility of being the mother of her cousin Marrisa's son while the latter spent her life in Japan as an entertainer.
"Ottamandaram" portrays a small family which consists of a fifteen year old Kala, her sister Neela and Neela’s husband Bharathan. Married for a long time, Neela and Bharathan still have no kids. Neela, driven by the ambition to raise a child, forcefully marries her sister off to Bharathan. Kala becomes pregnant but the things take a turn for the worse when Bharathan dies in an accident. Kala’s subsequent struggle to raise the child forms the core of the film. Based on a real story, Ottamandaram is scripted by renowned media person Ajay Muthana.
Libyan film directed by Muhamad 'Ali al-Farjani.
Swastham Grihabharanam is a 1999 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Ali Akbar and produced by Kamaruddin. The film stars Mukesh, Jagathy Sreekumar, Sukanya and Jagadish in lead roles. The film had musical score by Berny-Ignatius.