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.
Tickets will be available for purchase from Edinburgh Playhouse
‘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…
‘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.
‘Acorn Boy’ (Dace Riduze, 2010)
A story of a clumsy acorn and his friends in the woods.
‘Animatou’ (R Andreani, C Barras, D Delachaux-Lambert, G Schwizgebel, C Luyet, Switzerland, 2007)
A whole bunch of really cool ways to animate a cat and mouse chase.
‘A Sunny Day’ (Gil Alkabetz, 2008)
The sun rises, as it does every morning, but today, it discovers that it is not as welcome as it had hoped to be.
‘Cyber’ (Stefan Eling, 2007)
A mega-good time on the ultimate magic armchair.
‘A Monster Mess’ (Susie Jones, 2010)
The green monster invites the purple monster to tea – but it all gets a bit messy.
‘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?
‘Tiger’ (Janis Cimermanis, 2010)
A circus caravan enters the city at night. The next morning children find a big box left on the street. What are the strange sounds coming out of it?
‘Ernesto’ (Corinne Ladeinde, 2011)
Seven year old Ernesto feels left out when he realises he is the only kid in school with a full set of milk teeth.
‘Maestro’ (Geza Toth, 2004)
The maestro and his persistent mechanical assistant prepare for an all-important performance.