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! Thank you to everyone who came along. Bring on 2015’s votes!
Please check your local Picturehouse for correct start times.
Tickets for this screening will be available for purchase from Picturehouse
My Mom Is An Airplane (Yulia Aranova, Russia)
The Goat Herder and his Lots and Lots and Lots of Goats (Will Rose, UK)
An amusing day in the life of a goat herder and his lots and lots and lots of goats, who like to munch on anything (and everything) they find!
Johnny Express (Kyungmin Woo, South Korea)
Johnny is a space delivery man who travels to other planets to deliver different packages, but this doesn’t always go to plan.
Big Hands, Oh Big Hands let it be bigger and bigger (Lei Lei, China)
In the city of Shanghai all the people have very big hands – except for one very special person who has tiny ones.
The Planets (Andy Martin, UK)
Wee Wise Words: Global Warming (Joel Simon, Northern Ireland)
Northern Ireland’s youngest citizens talk about their vision of the future for our planet.
Rabbit and Deer (Peter Vacz, Hungary)
The New Species (Kateřina Karhánková, Czech Republic)
Stumbling across a mysterious bone sparks the imaginations of three kids, who decide to seek scholarly wisdom from a paleontologist and see what clues they can dig up.
The Bunjies (Andreas Hykade & Ged Haney, Germany)
The Bunjies are the biggest, greatest, loudest rock and roll band in the world… although they are not out of junior school yet.