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 2014’s votes!
Please check with Cinema City Picturehouse for the correct start time. Tickets will be available for purchase here
Tom & the Queen Bee (Andreas Hykade, 2012)
All Tom wants is a slice of bread with strawberry jam and honey but the bees are getting in the way.
Luminaris (Juan Pablo Zaramella, 2011)
Cyber (Stefan Eling, 2007)
A mega-good time ride on the ultimate magic armchair.
The Little Boy and The Beast (Johannes Weiland & Uwe Hedischötter, 2009)
A Sunny Day (Gil Alkabetz, 2007)
The sun rises as it does every morning, but today it discovers that it is not as welcomed as it hoped it would be.
Rising Hope (Milen Vitanov, 2012)
Damned (Richard Phelan, 2011)
The Tiny Fish (Sergei Ryabov, 2006)
An incredibly beautifully crafted film. A little girl and her cat brave the winter to go ice fishing and as a reward, get to save the life of a very special fish.
Fresh Guacamole (PES, 2011)
Nominated for a 2012 Academy Award, Director PES creates fresh guacamole with his own special recipe.
Dog Walking Ground (Leonid Schmelkov, 2010)
An automated pooper-scooper observes the habits of dog walkers and their dogs.
Anatole’s Island (Amer Nazhri & Chris Shepherd, 2013)
Anatole, a little marmot, lives on a magic Island. When he runs into St Ignatius, the monk, Anatole finds the poor man terribly upset about his lost snake. So, Anatole sets off to try and find him bumping into many eccentric inhabitants along the way.