The Indian in the Cupboard:
The Indian in the Cupboard is the touching tale of nine-year-old Omri who magically brings his three-inch toy Indian Little Bear to life. Together they embark on an amazing adventure filled with wonder and excitement. Terrific family entertainment from Melissa Mathison, screenwriter of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial and director Frank Oz. Based on the award-winning novel by Lynne Reid Banks.
The Little Prince:
Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s slender, beloved classic of innocence and discovery comes to the screen with its feet firmly on the Saharan sand, its eyes titled to the stars and its spirit brightly soaring to the songs of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe (My Fair Lady, Camelot). Delightful, is the magical storyline about a desert-stranded pilot and wandering child from a faraway place. Together, the two share encounters that amuse, charm and touch the heart. Have you ever acquired wisdom from a fox? Cared for a rose that was special beyond all other roses? Visited a far-off, far-out king? Witnessed the wily dance of a snake? The universe – no, life – is an enchanting place, even more so when it’s shared with The Little Prince.
The Education of Little Tree:
James Cromwell (Babe) stars in this heartwarming adaptation of the acclaimed best seller about an eight-year-old Cherokee boy in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains during the 1930’s. That boy is Little Tree (Joseph Ashton), sent to live with his mountain-dwelling grandparents after the loss of his mother and father. It’s the beginning of a new life for Little Tree, filled with joy, discovery, setbacks, triumphs and good friends like mystical Cherokee seer Willow John (Graham Green). Life is hard during the depression, but for Little Tree it’s an unforgettable time of growing up.