supported by Clermont- Ferrand International Short Film Festival
A kids’ short film program that adults can also enjoy.
In France children begin watching short films as part of their education in kindergarten. We have worked with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the world’s largest short film festival with 37 years of history, to create a program suitable for children 4 years and up. Please be sure to bring your children and enjoy this lineup focused on non-dialogue animations.
Olesya Shchukina/France, Belgium/8:59/Animation/2014
An elephant lives among people in a town and works as a street cleaner. One day, he sees a big billboard advertising a bicycle. It seems the perfect size for him! This is the moment the elephant's life changes: he just has to get this bicycle at any cost.
Erick Oh/South Korea/6:34/Animation/2014
Gunther's journey to find out who he is continues even when his friends are all starving to death.
A stop-motion animated 2D and 3D film about endangered sea turtles, capturing their touching and perilous journey, from birth on a sandy beach to life in the ocean.
A blind man wants to save the life of a fish.
Toma Leroux & Patrick Delage/France/6:16/Animation/2013
At night, a sleepy town, a deserted kitchen, a microwave plate slowly turns, a bottle is being heated, and a hungry baby babbles. Who's going to feed her?
Non scientific observations on the jumping fellow's life.
Etienne Bagot-Caspar, Yohan Cohen, Francois Mancone, Maickel Pasta, Milian Topsy/France/6:30/Animation/2013
Mr Croco's life is turned upside down the day he comes across a baby of a most unexpected kind…
Clémentine Robach/France, Belgium/8:00/Animation/2014
It is snowing. Lily and her grandfather are making a little birdhouse to help the birds survive over the winter. "But where do the other animals in the garden find shelter in winter?" the little girl wonders. So she puts one of her mittens at the foot of the tree.
Adult men and women act out the distressed and contented sounds of a baby and the feelings they carry.
A grown white buck can, according to Sami culture, represent a shaman. The reindeer-calf in this story loses his mother and goes on a search for her, a white buck accompanying him on this journey. In the end he finds his mother, who has had a new calf…
One day, a zebra ran into a tree.