We’re back at Picturehouse cinemas throughout the UK with another spectacular selection of short animated films from around the world, especially curated by LIAF for Kids’ Club. They’ll make you laugh, they’ll make you think. Definitely not to be missed and don’t forget to vote for your favourites! These films are suitable for children of all ages but are specifically aimed at 5-10 year-olds.
Please check your local Picturehouse for correct start times.
Tickets for this screening will be available for purchase from Picturehouse
Johnny Express (Kyungmin Woo, 2014)
Johnny is a space delivery man who travels to other planets to deliver different packages, but this doesn’t always go to plan.
South Korea, 5’30
The Little Cousteau (Jakub Kouril, 2014)
Czech Republic, 8’15
The Wrong Trainers: Samara’s Story (Steve Smith, 2007)
Samara is 11 and lives in Hull. She has a disability called cerebral palsy. Neither of Samara’s parents can work because they need to look after Samara and her brother and sister. This means her family often struggle to pay the bills.
The Old Crocodile (Koji Yamamura, 2005)
Unable to bear the disrespect of his family, the old crocodile said goodbye to the Nile.
Flapper and Friends: The Spring Concert (Krzysztof Brzozowski, 2013)
Eight little friends live in a land called ‘Our World’ where everyday life is an adventure.
Chinti (Natalia Mirzoyan, 2012)
Rabbit and Deer (Peter Vacz, 2012)
The Wrong Trainers: Danielle’s Story (Leigh Hodgkinson, 2007)
Danielle is 11. She lives in a council house in a village in Somerset and her family have almost no money. Danielle’s mum has to save up all year to buy Christmas presents.
The Bunjies (Andreas Hykade & Ged Haney, 2007)
The Bunjies are the biggest, greatest, loudest rock and roll band in the world… although they are not out of junior school yet.