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 programme of wonderful films full of simple joys.
These films are suitable for children of all ages, but are specifically aimed at 0-5 year-olds.
Please check with Duke of York’s Picturehouse for the correct start time. Tickets will be available for purchase here
Miriam’s Food Processor (Andres Tenusaar, 2012)
Miriam is in the kitchen, making a milkshake with the food processor. But her beloved pet chicken keeps pressing wrong buttons and finally it crashes onto the floor, which sends it completely mad.
High Above the Sky (Kim Noce & Shaun Clark, 2012)
This rocketship ride outside the supermarket is the best one there is. It goes way, way up and swoops way, way down.
Komaneko, Home Alone (Tsuneo Goda, 2013)
The continuing adventures of one of LIAF’s favourite characters. Ojii leaves Komaneko alone at home, but poor Komaneko gets a little scared.
Aston’s Presents (Lotta and Uzi Geffenblad, 2012)
This multi-award winning film shows the loveable character Aston eagerly awaiting his birthday, making packages of everything he finds and discovering that, sometimes, material gifts are not the best.
Monstersinfonie (Kiana Naghshineh, 2012)
If you’re brave and really show them who’s the boss, your monsters can become a really great little orchestra.
The Goat Herder and his Lots and Lots and Lots of Goats (Will Rose, 2012)
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!