A very special program of films selected to spark the imaginations of our most special audience. Much better than Saturday morning TV and not a toy ad in sight. Also screening at 23 other Picturehouse cinemas across the UK.. simultaneously!
Tickets will be available for purchase from The Phoenix Cinema
‘Mobile’ (Verena Fels, 2010)
A lonely cow decides to make friends with some sheep, a dog, a couple of chickens, a pig and a budgie on the other side of the room. There’s just one little problem…
‘Whistleless’ (Siri Melchior, 2009)
In a vibrantly colourful town, all the people and all the animals can whistle. Except, that is, for Whistleless, the whistleless little bird. What can be done?
‘Tom In The Woods’ (Andreas Hykade, 2005)
Tom is in the woods with some friendly glow-worms. Maybe they know the way to a slice of bread with strawberry jam and honey.
‘Big Bang Big Boom’ (Blu, 2010)
An unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life… and how it probably ends.
‘Damned’ (Richard Phelan, 2011)
An over-ambitious beaver goes too far when he gets the chance to realise his ultimate dream.
‘Fast Forward Little Red Riding Hood’ (Sjaak Rood, 2010)
Put it in, punch the FF button. Little Red Riding Hood – the whole story in one minute 30 seconds.
The Netherlands, 1’30
‘A Morning Stroll’ (Grant Orchard, 2011)
The story of one New Yorker’s early morning encounter with a chicken, an event that plays out over 100 years.
‘Maestro’ (Geza Toth, 2004)
The maestro and his persistent mechanical assistant prepare for an all-important performance.
‘The Last Norwegian Troll’ (Pjotr Sapegin, 2010)
A curmudgeonly little troll lives estranged from society, daydreaming of mythical times. Upon discovering how his clan evolved, he finally becomes a part of something greater and, also, a little less lonely.
‘Mixed Bag’ (Isabelle Favez, 2009)
A tale of greed, betrayal, cheap suitcases – and more greed and betrayal. A day in the life of a bag of lovely, lovely cash.