4 stories about 4 criminal children. Two teenagers trapped in a world full of drugs and human trafficking, another two kids bring their loved ones to the limit, other two resentful kids want to fulfill their most evil desires, and one kid who has to decide between killing or loving.
A young boy and his friends attempt to become invisible to get closer to the girls they desire. They must steal the magic recipe and its ingredients without getting caught to perform the ritual.
Birdboy and his animal friends plan their escape from an ecologically devastated island in this surreal, animated fantasy.
A Film by Giuseppe Andrews.
Italian remake of the Mexican 2013 hit, "We the nobles"
Anita, Rita, Ricardo and Andrés have been attending a school for children with Down syndrome for 40 years. After all this time, they are starting to tire of this safe, familiar environment. Now over 45 years old, some of them feel that working in the school bakery is no longer a challenge. They also yearn for freedom on a more personal level. Anita and Andrés are in love but still live with their families. They dream of finding a quiet place to be alone together, and they want to get married and raise a family. Sadly, the society they live in is not equipped to cater to their desire for more independence. In spite of the training they receive on becoming “responsible adults,” all four of them remain dependent on others to make decisions for them, much to their frustration.
Hundreds of children and youth orchestras around the world are emerging musical inspired by the Venezuelan phenomenon known as "The System." This rebellion of thousands of children are being held internationally to give children everywhere the opportunity to grow in an atmosphere of creativity, companionship, entertainment, art, discipline and high social values. The brilliant and charismatic Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel leads to an unforgettable journey to some of the most remote corners of the world, about the transformative stories of a group of children who bring us a clear and powerful message: "music is a universal right. " Filmed in seven countries, Dudamel: the sound of children is a journey into the bowels of this global phenomenon that elevates the importance of art as a spiritual weapon against a dehumanized world.
Mexico City is experiencing a series of child killings and through the friendship of a classmate, Lalo learns that his friend may have something that may solve these crimes, as long as the killer doesn't get to them first.
A documentary film about abandonded children in Colombia.
Kidnapping band has a system set up to transport infants and older children to black-market adoptive parents in the USA.
Film about child trafficking in México.
“Children of the Street” examines the gritty reality of four children living on the streets of Mexico City. Filmed during September and December of 2001, this dramatic and moving documentary follows Marcos, Erika, Antonio and Juan as they get high, visit their families, and struggle to survive in the world’s largest metropolis.
A group of elementary students have homework.
Lenny has relocated his family back to the small town where he and his friends grew up. This time around, the grown ups are the ones learning lessons from their kids on a day notoriously full of surprises—the last day of school.
¡Vivan los niños! is a Mexican telenovela for children that premiered in 2002. It ran for 155 episodes and finished in 2003. The opening, Vivan los niños, was recorded by the Latin pop group OV7. One of its closing themes, also entitled Vivan los niños, was performed by Cuban-American singer and songwriter Ana Cristina. The show is a version of the Argentinian telenovela "Jacinta Pichimahuida, la maestra que no se olvida". The series starred Andrea Legarreta as 2nd grade teacher Lupita Gómez. After the series ended, Andrea became the long-time host of the morning talk show Hoy. On July 12, 2012, in celebration of Andrea's birthday, the producers of Hoy reunited her with the young actors who played her students on the series.
Niños Ricos, Pobres Padres is a Colombian telenovela produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo. It debuted on July 7, 2009 at 9:30 pm Eastern Time, taking over the second half of El Rostro de Analía until Friday, July 17, when it completely replaced it in the 9–10 pm slot. The story revolves around Alejandra Paz, a beautiful 17-year-old girl and her mother, Lucía, an illegal US immigrant who is deported from Miami back to Bogotá, Colombia; desperate and broke, they are forced to move in with Lucía's hostile sister, Verónica. On the first day, Alejandra is invited to Isabela's party, Esteban's girlfriend. While putting a drug on Alejandra's drink. Alejandra is suddenly raped by Matías, Esteban's friend. Suddenly Alejandra and her mother are submerged into a world of intrigue and betrayal where money is no object and people are not who they seem to be. High school drama soon ensues as Esteban and David fight to win Alejandra's heart. While Esteban and Alejandra date, they are then separated by lies and betrayal made by Mónica and Isabela. Soon Isabela gets pregnant by Gabriel, Rocio and Martha's brother. Later, Isabela lies to Esteban that she is pregnant by him in order to separate him by Alejandra. Suddenly, David learns that he has the opportunity to be with Alejandra, while Alejandra can't forget Esteban and still loves him.
This is an all-in-one variety show with a wide range of topics and themes. Watch the witty Kazunari Ninomiya from ARASHI hosting his own show!
A Place of Our Own is a daily program about child care that airs on Public Broadcasting Service, produced in Los Angeles by KCET. It was hosted by Debi Gutierrez and has been recently hosted by Elizabeth Sanchez. The Spanish-language version is Los Niños en Su Casa, seen on PBS and on the Spanish-language public television network V-me. Their version is hosted by Alina Rosario. This program is produced by KCET in association with Sesame Workshop and 44 Blue Productions. The tagline is "You are your child's first teacher". Friday editions feature a "Week in Review", about the daily week, Monday-Thursday, similar to the review on Learn to Read. As is, people send letters to KCET, or email to Debi Gutierrez/Elizabeth Sanchez of A Place of Our Own or Alina Rosario of Los Niños en Su Casa.
Sang-Tae is left with his two children after his wife passes away. Since that time, he lives with his two kids and parents-in-law. He works as a marketing team leader for a fashion brand. Mi-Jung works as an assistant manager at the same fashion company. 3 years ago, her husband had an affair with her friend and left her. She couldn't tell her kids the truth about their father and lied that their father went to work in America. To this day, the children still believe that their father is in America. Sang-Tae and Mi-Jung never thought about falling in love again, but they fall in love with each other.
Based on the much-loved children’s book written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake, Revolting Rhymes takes classic fairy tales, then mixes them together and serves them with a mischievous twist.
The series revolves around the adventures of Pepe, a wicked boy who lives in a dark mansion with his grandmother, a witch who works selling artifacts and magic potions in the internet. She always send her grandson to deliver them. Each episode Pepe and his friends (Marilu, Roberto, Guto and Gastón) undergo supernatural adventures facing the various monsters in the city.