Paper Planes by Allayne L. WebsterNiko and his family are trapped in Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. The siege lasts for three years and Nikos family struggle to find enough food and avoid the snipers whose targets are civilians in the streets. Niko and his friend Nadim take refuge from the bombing in the stairwell of their apartment building and together they find hope in the midst of a war they did not start but must try to survive.
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Sign in. Stars on the purple carpet at the Emmys decide which TV show characters would make great superheroes or supervillains , and more. Watch now. Alexander's day begins with gum stuck in his hair, followed by more calamities. However, he finds little sympathy from his family and begins to wonder if bad things only happen to him, his mom, dad, brother and sister - who all find themselves living through their own terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. An eccentric chicken farmer, with the help of his granddaughter, trains his mischievous dog Oddball to protect a penguin sanctuary from fox attacks in an attempt to reunite his family and save their seaside town.
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Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume. But Paper Planes based on a true story has been a hit with the critics and with audiences. This week's program looks at how that unfolded - and at what's happened to the young men who featured in our program six years ago When year-old Dylan Parker competed at the World Paper Plane Championships in Austria, he never imagined his achievements would end up on national television, featuring in his very own Australian Story episode. Producer Ben Cheshire writes about this special episode of Australian Story. While many books and articles have resulted from episodes of the program, none have actually been made into a feature film until now.
Love of paper planes lands movie deal for Maitland man. WHEN Dylan Parker made his first paper plane as a young boy he never imagined his experience would be depicted in a movie. Australian director Robert Connolly approached Mr Parker, 27, in after an episode of Australian Story revealed how he had survived a brain tumour and became the Australian paper plane throwing champion. Actor Ed Oxenbould, left, with Dylan Parker, right. For the premiere of the movie Paper Planes. He had rekindled his love of paper planes at the age of 21 when he entered a paper plane throwing competition at university by chance.