2015 is coming : 10 animated feature films I’m waiting for.

- “Miss Hokusai”, by Keiichi Hara (Summer Days with Coo, Colorful …) - Production I.G - Japan

- “Longway North” (Tout en haut du monde) by Remi Chaye - Sacrebleu Productions - France

- “The Boy and The Beast” by Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars, Wolf Children) - Studio Chizu - Japan

- “Adama” by Simon Rouby and Julien Lilti - Naïa Production - France

- “The Customized Play”, by Jin Sung Choi - Brians Film - South Korea

- “Phantom Boy”, by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli (A Cat in Paris) - Folimage - France

- “A Rigged World” (Un Monde Truqué) by Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci and Jacques Tardi - Je Suis Bien Content - France

- “Ma vie de courgette” by Claude Barras - Rita Productions - France

- “Mune” by Benoit Philippon and Alexandre Heboyan - Onyx Films - France

- “Little from the Fish Shop”, by Jan Balej - Miracle Film, Marlen Media Group - Czech Republic, Slovakia, France


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Adama (2015) directed by Simon Rouby

“Adama is a period coming-of-age odyssey loosely inspired by the true-life stories of West Africans who were conscripted by France to fight in Europe during World War I. 

The titular star is a 12-year-old West African boy who leaves the safety of his cloistered cliff-walled village to search for his older brother. The journey ultimately leads him to the front line of World War I’s infernal Battle of Verdun. The single-minded mission of Adama to locate his sibling could have made this a straightforward adventure film, but director Simon Rouby conjures a magical realist atmosphere by weaving in mystical elements and leaving some of the major plot points open to the viewer’s interpretation… ” (X)

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