Maa is about the protection of wildlife, showing what can happen when animals are deprived of their natural habitat. This film asks the viewer to consider how happy an animal truly is when placed in an artificial environment.
A four-minute, family-friendly, musical animated film about Maggie May, a constant shopper who buys things she doesn’t need. When she gets buried in styrofoam, tissue, and silly purchases, she learns to recycle and reuse.
The importance of education is conveyed through a child laborer's point of view.
Caught up in the pace of urban life, a city dweller sees his daily routine shaken up when he meets a weird bird at the bottom of his building. Then he discovers the existence of an unexpected urban biodiversity and he shares his discovery with his neighbors.
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