Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 27.11.2015
Lithuania - 26.02.2016


Release date
November 2015

Canada, 2015
Directed by: Jean-François Pouliot

Written by: Normand Canac-Marquis
Roger Cantin (Original screenplay)

Produced by: 

Runtime: 82 min
Genre: comedy, animation, family


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

SNOWTIME! is an animated feature film in stereoscopic 3D for the entire family. It will be released in theatres in winter 2015-2016. It is based on the international award winning live action movie La Guerre des Tuques which was released to great acclaim thirty years ago and sold to over one hundred twenty-five countries and won 18 awards.

To amuse themselves during the winter school break, the kids in a small village decide to have a massive snowball fight. Luke and Sophie, both 11 years old, become the “generals” of the opposing sides. Sophie, a newcomer to the village, and her cohort defend an elaborate snow fort against the assault of Luke’s horde. Whichever side occupies the fort at the end of the break, wins. But what starts out as pure youthful fun and enthusiasm deteriorates into a more serious conflict as Luke takes his role as leader more and more seriously. The contest is brought to an abrupt end when a tragedy takes place. Luke recognizes his role in the sad event. Joy is restored when all the children decide to attack the fort rather than each other and happily destroy every last bit of the snow fort.

SNOWTIME! is an appealing comedy about hope and friendship. It explores the sometimes mercurial relations between friends during childhood, and the role that enthusiastic competition and energizing solidarity play in the lives of children. In addition, it examines the issue of conflict and the impact conflict can have on all those it touches, in a way that children can appreciate. Entertaining, imaginative and joyfully lucid, this romp through childhood is full of heart and humour, while giving young viewers much food for thought.

See in Latvian (since 27.11.2015) and Lithuanian (since 26.02.2016) theatres

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 23.10.2015
Lithuania - 30.10.2015
Estonia - 23.10.2015

No Borders

Release date
October 2015

Russia 2015
Directed by: Karen Oganesjan,
Rezo Gigineshvili, Roman Prõgunov

Written by: Rezo Gigineshvili,
Alisa Hmelnitskaja, David Turashvili

Produced by: Rezo Gigineshvili
Runtime: 96 min
Genre: comedy
Cast: Inna Tšurikova, Oleg Basilašvili, Anna Tšipovskaja, Ivan Jankovski, Aleksandr Pal, Jegor Koreškov,
Roman Majakin


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

Light and funny comedy about love and adventures.
The movie consists of a few short stories, which tell us about different kinds of love.

See in Estonian and Latvian and Lithuanian theatres since 23.10.2015. 

Release dates in Lithuania theaters:
Lithuania - 02.10.2015

Legend of a Rabbit:
The Martial of Fire

Release date
October 2015

China 2015
Directed by: Dake Dong

Written by: 

Produced by: 
Runtime: 90 min
Genre: animation, family

Media: DCP / Blu-ray

It’s been couples of years since Tu defeated Slash. More than a hero, Tu is regarded as the protector of the village defeating bandits and upholding justice. However, with no real foundation in Kung Fu, Tu has to start from zero in order to harness the Kung Fu skills which he inherited from the Grandmaster.

One day, Tu rescues an old injured warrior who finally turns out to be the evil Zhan. Zhan plans to take over the world of Martial Art by acquiring a precious gem from the real successor Lan of Huo Clan. Upon confrontation, Tu fails to save Lan and the Martial of Fire. The reality hits him and Tu realizes he’s just a lucky rabbit who happens to inherit the Grandmaster’s Kung Fu.
Therefore, Tu restarts to practicing Kung Fu as much encouragement from Penny and Biggie. As time goes by, Tu’s able to get on his feet and join his fellow warriors, Penny and Biggie, to stop Zhan’s evil plan, while Zhan is getting closer to his goal. Finally, Tu defeats against evil Zhan by holding the True Harmony of the Martial of Fire & Water.

See in Lithuanian theatres since 02.10.2015.

Release dates in Lithuania theaters:
Lithuania - 17.07.2015

Coconut the Little

Release date
July 2015

Germany 2015
Directed by: Nina Wels, Hubert Weiland

Written by: Gabriele Walther, Mark Slater

Produced by: 
Gabriele Walther
Runtime: 83 min
Genre: animation, family


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

When Coconut, a young fire dragon, is charged with guarding the fire grass that bestows the unique gift of fire breathing upon his race, it is stolen from under his nose.  Coconut sets off on a quest to retrieve the fire grass, joining forces with Oscar the gourmet dragon and Matilda the porcupine along the way.  Coconut is surprised to find that other dragon races are unsympathetic to fire dragons. Their special gift seems to make the fire dragons extremely unpopular.  When Dragon Island’s dormant volcano "wakes up" and starts to spew molten lava, Coconut must brave the heat and fumes to bring back the fire grass.  Yet does he really want the island to return to the way things were? Can he figure out a way to unite all the dragon races and save the island from destruction? 

See in Lithuanian theatres since 17.07.2015. 

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 17.07.2015
Estonia - 17.07.2015

Lucky Horoscope

Release date
July 2015

Russia 2015
Directed by: Armam Gevorgyan
Written by: Andrey Kureychik
Produced by: Valeriy Onya, 
Sergey Torchilin
Runtime: 92 min
Genre: comedy
Cast: Dmitriy Nagiev, Dmitriy Yendaltsev,
Svetlana Hodchenkova, Boris Smolkin,
Anna Chipovskaya, Goša Kucenko,
Timur Batrudinov 


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

Max is very talented, but ordinary employee in advertising agency. On one of the parties he accidentally finds an business card of... a Wizard! Wizard presented him a magical horoscope and Max became very lucky and successful. But one day, his horoscope was replaced with another one... 

See in Estonian and Latvian theatres since 17.07.2015. 

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 08.05.2015
Lithuania - 08.05.2015
Estonia - 15.05.2015

His Left Hand

Release date
May 2015

Russia 2015
Directed by: Armen Ananikyan

Written by: Marya Kabanova,
Sergey Levitan, Fuad Ibragimbekov
Produced by: Armen Ananikyan
Mihhail Galustyan
Runtime: 83 min
Genre: comedy
Cast: Dmitriy Nagiev, Polina Gagarina,
Konstantin Kryukov, Mihhail Galustyan,
Yan Tsapnik, Roman Ladnev


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

Maksim is charming and successful sculptor. But the usual course of life is violated by his own right hand, which ceases to obey him. Is he going mad or does his hand actually infuse the soul of a beautiful stranger? Will he manage to live with one left hand? 

See in Estonian and Latvian and Lithuanian theatres since 08.05.2015. 

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 27.03.2015
Estonia - 27.03.2015
Lithuania - 24.04.2015


Release date
March 2015

Russia 2015
Directed by: Aleksandr Voitinski

Written by: Andrey Zolotarjov
Oleg Malovichenko
Produced by: Sergey Seljanov,
Aleksandr Voitinski
Runtime: 114 min
Genre: comedy, family
Cast: Fyodor Bondarchuk,
Semion Treskunov, Yan Tsapnik,
Anna Antonova, Ani Petrosjan,
Sofya Raimzan, Igor Ugolnikov


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

The movie is about an aircraft designer, who didn’t manage to finish his greatest work of his life and now a talented teenager will try to make it happen.

See in Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian theatres since 27.03.2015. 

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 10.04.2015
Estonia - 10.04.2015


Release date
April 2015

France 2015
Directed by: Anne Fontaine

Written by: Pascal Bonitzer,
Anne Fontaine, Posy Simmonds
Produced by: Philippe Carcassonne,
Matthieu Tarot
Runtime: 99 min
Genre: comedy, drama
Cast: Fabrice Luchini, Gemma Arterton,
Jason Flemyng, Isabelle Candelier,
Niels Schneider, Mel Raido


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

Martin, an ex-Parisian well-heeled hipster passionate about Gustave Flaubert who settled into a Norman village as a baker,  sees an English couple moving into a small farm nearby. Not only are the names of the new arrivals Gemma and Charles Bovery, but their behavior also seems to be inspired by Flaubert's heroes. (© IMDb)

See in Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian theatres since 10.04.2015. 

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Latvia - 06.02.2015
Estonia - 20.02.2015


Release date
February 2015

Russia 2015
Directed by: Sergey Komarov

Written by: Juri Korotkov,
Irina Pivovarova, Sergey Kaluzanov
Produced by: Renat Davletyarov,
Aleksandr Kotelevski
Runtime: 100 min
Genre: comedy
Cast: Ilya Ljubomov, Ekaterina Guseva,
Gosha Kutsenko, Andrey Merzlikin,
Irina Rozanova, Ivan Chuvatkin


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

Yura has dedicated his life to his wife Rita and his job in a bank as a usual clerk. Suddenly, before the New Year’s Eve, his life has changed. He became invisible. Yura is getting used to his new life and super powers very fast and realizes that he is not alone! 

See in Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian theatres since 06.02.2015.

Release dates in Baltic States theaters:
Estonia - 16.01.2015

Angel of Death!

Release date
January 2015

UK, Canada 2015
Directed by: Tom Harper

Written by: Jon Croker, Susan Hill

Produced by: Tobin Armbrust,
Ben Holden, Richard Jackson
Runtime: 98 min
Genre: horror, drama
Cast: Phoebe Fox, Merryn Pearse,
Mary Roscoe, Helen McCrory,
Amelia Crouch, Amelia Pidgeon


Media: DCP / Blu-ray

40 years after Arthur Kipps' experience at Eel Marsh house, a group of children under the care of two women, escaping from war-torn London, arrive to the house and become the next target for the ghost of Jennette Humfrye, otherwise known as The Woman in Black. With the help of a fellow soldier, the women and children must fend off the spirit of Jennette Humfrye, and end her presence once and for all. (© IMDb)

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