A programme of extra-special films selected for our most extra-special audience (plus whichever grown-up they want to bring along). Suitable for 7-14 year-olds, these films bring the wonder of animation to the big screen. They’re entertaining, thought-provoking, colourful and enchanting – without a toy or games ad in sight!
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‘Txt Island’ (Chris Gavin, 2009)
The military conquest of a tropical island and the collapse of the local amusement park are illustrated in plastic letters on a mastermind-board.
‘Cooked’ (Jens Blank, 2010)
An unlikely love triangle between a walrus, a seal and a lobster in an Arctic sauna.
‘Over and Over (and Over) Again’ (Andy Glynne, 2009)
An everyday routine like leaving the house for school can become the worst nightmare for a teenage boy.
‘Speechless ’ (Daniel Greaves, 2010)
A comic film about miscommunication in a world of mass communication.
‘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.
‘Madagascar, A Journey Diary’ (Bastien Dubois, 2009)
This animated diary draws the journey of a European traveller confronted with the local Malagasy customs.
‘Angry Man’ ( Anita Killi, 2010)
A sumptuous film about secrets that shouldn’t be secret. When mummy-fish dies, Boj has had enough, and gets power from his own fantasy to go further.
‘Two Partridges ’ (Jean Luc Greco, Catherine Buffat, 2010)
A beautiful cut-out film told in song about a chaplain, a man and wife, two partridges and a big secret.