The Little Witch
Adaptation of the eponymous children's book by Otfried Preußler: The little witch might be 127 years old, yet she is still way too young to take part in Walpurgisnacht, the biggest and most important witch festival. Ignoring the rules, the little witch sneaks into the festival and is promptly caught. As a punishment, she has to learn all the magic spells from the big witchery book, thus proving that she is a good and diligent witch. Although not too keen on studying, she just might make it – weren't it for mean witch Rumpumpel, who tries to sabotage her effort by all means. But the little witch is far from giving up.