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.
Please check the cinema which you’ll be attending for correct start times.
Tickets for this screening will be available for purchase from Picturehouse
The Little Bird and the Squirrel (Lena von Dohren, Switzerland)
It is autumn. There is one last colourful leaf hanging at the end of a long branch. A bird, fox and squirrel have an adventure.
Premiere (Stepan Birukov, Russia)
A very special little circus with some very special little stars.
Bzzz (Luca Fattore, Denmark)
Two little flies are dealing with a spider web.
Giraphant (Yerang An, USA)
What do you get when you mix a giraffe with an elephant?
Pik Pik Pik (Dmitry Vysotskiy, Russia)
The woodpecker rattles the tree, on the hunt for ants. A musically and graphically precise symphony on teamwork.
Cookie-Tin Banjo (Peter Baynton, UK)
A gorgeously-painted music video for the song by Benjamin Scheuer and Escapist Papers.
Fluffy Mcloud (Conor Finnegan, Ireland)
An independent little cloud finally finds a use for all the rain he’s been carrying around.
1234 (Shiro Ichige, Japan)
In dreams anything can happen. In this dream anything and everything does. A blast of fun and colour.