Animation, like childhood, can be full of wonder with the biggest pleasures being the simplest ones. This programme strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and the over-the-top blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers up a collection of wonderful films full of simple joys. These films are suitable for children of all ages but are specifically aimed at 5-10 year-olds.
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Choir Tour (Edmunds Jansons, 2012)
A world-famous boys’ choir goes on tour. In the hands of their conductor they are obedient but when he gets trapped in an elevator they become playful children.
A Girl Named Elastika (Guillaume Blanchet, 2012)
You are not gonna’ believe your eyes!!! A whole, way-cool movie made out of nothing but pins and rubber bands.
Sulla in Hooverland (Yoon Duck Kim, 2013)
A toy whale named Sulla finds himself inside a Hoover. There, he becomes a maestro, and inspires naughty toys to learn how to sing.
Pict-o-pict (Jacob Stallhammar, 2013)
Nutty adventures in picto-world where all pictograms live.
Snap (Thomas G. Murphy, Hilere, 2012)
If you ever wanted to have the strongest tongue in the whole world, this film will show you how.
Macropolis (Joel Simon, 2012)
Two toys with impairments come to life, rebel and chase the factory delivery van in the hope of rejoining their friends. Lost in the unfamiliar, urban big city, they are overwhelmed by the challenge ahead.
The Cats of Mars Meet the Toy Car (Jacob Stallhammar, 2013)
In Mars’ ancient ruins live the Cats of Mars. One day a toy car lands. He only wants to work and work, he never wants to sleep or play. The cats think he’s sad, they decide to help.
Lost and Found (Phil Hunt, 2009)
A wondrous, epic journey that proves there’s pretty much nothing a boy and a penguin can’t do when they really, really put their mind to it.