We’re screening a carefully chosen programme for our littlest and most special audience as part of Picturehouse’s Toddler Time, screening throughout London and the UK.Toddler Time is especially designed to introduce children to the big screen, featuring 30-minute shows for pre-school children and their parents / carers.Tickets are just £3 each for children and accompanying adults who become members of Toddler Time (free to join – please ask at Picturehouse box offices). Otherwise the usual Picturehouse matinee prices apply.
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Tickets for this screening will be available for purchase from Picturehouse
Ain’t No Fish (Miki Cash & Tom Gasek, UK/USA)
A Hoagy Carmichael song performed by singing seals in the Arctic. An environmental message about the protection of our oceans.
Second Hand (Isaac King, Canada)
The term “second hand” refers to the ticking hand on a clock; it also describes re-used items. Would you rather save time? Or save stuff?
Rockin’ Rhino (Verena Fels, Germany)
Dancing is so much fun! But if you have to dance all by yourself it ́s only half the fun. So the little rhino needs to come up with an idea to make everyone dance with it.
Sticks and Stones (Isaac King, Canada)
A boy is exploring his world, mediated by technology and social media. Are we a part of nature, or outside it? It appears that everything is connected.
Dwarf Giant (Fabienne Giezendanner, Switzerland/France)
According to tradition, Petite Neige, a young Inuit, needs to capture a low flying bird in order to pass into the world of grown-ups.
The Little Cuddle (Maggie Rogers, UK)
The Little Cuddle isn’t quite sure just exactly what he is, so he sets off to ask some friends if they know.