This screening is suitable for children of all ages but are specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.
For a while now we’ve been teaming up with our friends at Picturehouse to bring regular animation programmes to cinema’s youngest audiences at Kid’s Club screenings throughout the UK. The children have been very busy putting pen to paper, telling us exactly what they think of the films on the voting forms that are handed out by the amazing Picturehouse staff at each and every screening.
The following programme has been created by kids, for kids. We’ve counted the votes – and these films are what YOU told us were your favourites throughout the year! Thank you to everyone who came along. Bring on 2017’s votes! Find out more here
There’ll be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. Animation is the most imaginative and engaging of all art forms and is the perfect platform to enthral and inspire the wide-open imaginations of kids. This programme – carefully selected with our youngest audience in mind – is always popular – and not a toy ad in sight.
Please check your local Picturehouse cinema for correct start times.
Tickets will be available for purchase from your local Picturehouse
Queen Bum (Maja Gehrig, Switzerland)
A Dad and his little girl make up goodnight stories about strange Queen Po.
Electric Soul (Joni Mannisto, Finland)
An exquisitely confected circuit board boogie.
Bear and Bird (Dan and Jason, USA)
Two best friends – a laid back brown bear who just wants to take it easy and an overly excited bird who’s one cup of coffee away from a nervous breakdown.
Catch It (Paul Bar, Marion Demaret, Nadege Forner, Pierre-Baptiste Marty, Julien Robyn & Jordan Soler, France)
A group of meerkats, a lone vulture and some fruit.
Very Lonely Cock (Leonid Schmelkov, Russia)
It’s a hard day for the very lonely cock. Perhaps tomorrow it’ll be better. Who knows? Anyway, it can’t get any worse. Or can it?
Fulfilament (Rhiannon Evans, UK)
A small thought adventures through the brain, looking for a place to belong.
Slaves of the Rave (William Garratt, UK)
Hilarious – how an audience reacts to different types of music.
The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse (Juliette Jourdan, Camille Chaix, Kevin Roger, Hugo Jean & Marie Pillier, France)
A lonesome fox hunts a mouse. When two owls interfere with the hunt, their relationship evolves.
With Different Eyes (Francois Chalet & Michelle Ettlin, Switzerland)
A trip around the world on a wooden train set.
I Am Not A Mouse (Evegenia Golubeva, UK)
Every time Lucy is called “Mouse” by her mum, she turns into a real mouse! What is Lucy going to do?
Some Thing (Elena Walf, Germany)
Is it really that bad to have something strange inside of you?
Lili Has A Guest (Siri Melchoir, UK/Denmark)
Lili is expecting a friend. Not just anyone – it’s her best friend, Molly!