Kiddomatic Shorts Block
Flying by Our Seats – SOLD OUT!!
Families First Learning Lab
PFFF (Canada, 1 min. Director: Susan Wolf Producer: ONFB.)
When one little cloud has enough of the sun’s tyranny, a revolution is kicked off.
Shooom's Odyssey (France, 20 min. Director: Julien Bisaro. Producers: Claire Paoletti and Olivier Nomen.)
Born in the bayou in the midst of a storm, baby owl Shooom must fend for herself and her unhatched sibling. Against all odds, she is determined to find her mother, be it an alligator or a squirrel. As she embarks on this dangerous journey through the mangroves, she encounters a series of wild animals before falling in with Walter and Rosie—two children determined to save her.
Tobi and the Turbobus (Germany, 8 min. Directors: Verena Fels and Marc Angele. Producer: Verena Fels.)
A heartwarming story about growing up in a wolf pack, and finding the right place for yourself.
Bench (UK, 2 min. Director and Producer: Rich Webber.)
A stop-motion film about sharing . . . sort of.
The Box (France, 7 min. Directors: Eliott Belrose, Carole Favier, Loïcia Lagillier, Aloïs Mathé, Juliette Perrey, Joran Rivet. Producer: Ecolee Superiieure de Metiers Artistique.)
An old man ends up taming the very same mouse he wanted to get rid of.
I Am a Pebble (France, 7 min. Directed by Me´lanie Berteraut-Platon, Yasmine Bresson, Le´o Coulombier, Nicolas Grondin, Maxime Le Chapelain, Louise Masse´. Produced by Ecolee Superiieure de Metiers Artistique and Ecolee Superiieure de Metiers Artistique.)
Bubble, an orphaned otter, is living with a group of rocks which she considers her family.
The Source of the Mountains (France, 7 min. Directors: Camille Di Dio, Marianne Moisy, Briag Mallat, Benjamin François, Adrien Communier and Pierre Gorichon. Producers: Ecolee Superiieure de Metiers Artistique.)
The Paccha-Picchus are jolly little creatures. They live a carefree daily life in sync with the mountains. Their chilly climate is vital to them, but one day, the mountains are gone. And she restless Kinko decides to go looking for Winter.
Sleeping Betty (Canada, 9 min. Director: Claude Cloutier. Producers: The National Film Board.)
In this award-winning animated short, Sleeping Betty is stuck in bed, the victim of a strange bout of narcolepsy. The King calls upon his subjects to rescue her, but will a kiss really be enough to wake the sleeping princess?
For Ages 3+
Sponsored by the Families First Learning Lab.
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