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3: children\'s films [clear filter]
Friday, March 29
 

12:30pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 1

Short films from around the world for all ages

Global Kids Show
Various
A travel show for kids, with exciting and educational stops in Australia, India, the Philippines, New Zealand, and the Netherlands. (D) (Global)

Friday March 29, 2013 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Room 303AB

2:15pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 2

Short films from around the world for all ages

Made by Children!
Various
Short animation from around the world made by children, presented in partnership with the Varazdin Croatia Animation Festival. Films from Croatia, China, Ukraine, Japan, and beyond! (A) (Global)

Friday March 29, 2013 2:15pm - 4:15pm
Room 303AB

4:30pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 3

Short films from around the world for all ages

Best of Fest, Vol. 1
Various
An (almost) nonstop reel of the best worldwide short films and animation from the last 10 years of the festivals, to close the day! (L/A) (Global)

Friday March 29, 2013 4:30pm - 7:00pm
Room 303AB
 
Saturday, March 30
 

10:30am

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 4

Short films from around the world for all ages

Magnetism
Nye Warburton
Two robots on a distant planet try to stick together. (A) (USA)

(A Long Day of) Mr. Calpaccio
Uruma Delvi
Mr. Calpaccio wakes up and eats breakfast, then soon goes to work as usual. Or is it usual? (A) (Japan)

Soup Meghan
Artes
Soup takes on many different flavors. The ABCs of soup. (A) (USA)

Yarn, Paper, Scissors
Rebecca Olson
A stop-motion animated short about a yarn critter that must save his paper friend from a malevolent pair of scissors. (A) (USA)

Fish Tank Fantasy
Alison Chin
Frustrated by the boundaries of life, a fish has an epiphany that could bring him happiness. (A) (USA)

Bubble
Maija Burnett
A boy's adventure takes him higher than he imagined. (A) (USA)

Closed
Albert Radl
A locked door. A stubborn person. Who wins? (A) (Germany)

Lightheaded
Mike Dacko
Teamwork and loyalty while on the run. (A) (USA)

The Mantis Parable
Josh Staub
A parable of friendship, hope, and promises kept. (A) (USA)

Airport Goodbye
Katie Maren
Childhood memories stay strong. (A) (USA)

Saturday March 30, 2013 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 303AB

12:15pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 5

Short films from around the world for all ages

Little Moon Lost
Jennifer Treuting
A boy finds an unusual orb in a country field. How can he make it feel better? Cheese, maybe? (L) (USA)

Luminaris
Juan Pablo Zaramella
In a world controlled and timed by light, an ordinary man has a plan that could change the natural order of things. (A) (Spain)

Adelita
Ari Carillo
A little piñata discovers that finding her true purpose in life requires a thick skin. (A) (USA)

Chickens of the Sea
Steve Furman
The great prairie chicken is cleverer than we knew and can really shake a tail feather. (D) (USA)

The Offering
Natalie Xavier
Two birds argue over an offering to the Tiki gods, with surprising results. (A) (USA)

The Box
Kartika Mediani
Budi will do anything to protect his precious box, but how far will he go? (A) (USA)

Butterflies
Andy Bailey
Faced with a challenge, a boy summons bravery, with some help from mom. (L/A) (USA)

 

Saturday March 30, 2013 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Room 303AB

2:00pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 6

Short films from around the world for all ages

Abridged
Arjun Rihan
Two pieces of the Bay Bridge must work together to get the job done. Could love follow? (A) (USA)

Propose
Dan Racusin
A lively music video for a popular Japanese band. (A) (USA/Japan)

Gallery Girl
Andrew Marshel
A lonely girl inside a painting longs to know what else is out there. (A) (USA)

Garpenfargle
Bill Kersey/Edward Kim
Can one little dog stay out of the trash? (L) (USA)

Jellyfish Niche
Jenny Sherman
A little jellyfish has trouble finding his niche. (A) (USA)

After Hours
Marshall Fels Elliott
An overworked animator is haunted by one of his characters. (A) (Canada)

Ride of the Mergansers
Steve Furman
Newborn merganser ducklings make their way to the real world. (D) (USA)

Lost and Found
Philip Hunt
A boy and a penguin find friendship and adventure. Who is lost, and who is found? (A) (UK)

 

Saturday March 30, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 303AB

3:45pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 7

Short films from around the world for all ages

The Plant
Jennifer Oxley
A girl devises a creative solution to get her kite from the branches of a tall tree. (A) (USA)

Pl.nk! Anne
Kristin Berge
A minimalist painter works in silent concentration on a series of hopeless squares. Suddenly, help arrives. (A) (Denmark)

Pingu's Bouncy Fun
Marianne Noser, Otmar Gutmann
The world's favorite penguin enjoys testing gravity's limits. (A) (New Zealand)

Little Frogs
Terry Mitchell
Little frogs learn not to stray too far. (A) (USA)

Head Dwellers
Eszter Szoboszlay
A peek into the inside of a head, where we find...the head dwellers. (A) (Hungary)

Boy and the Dragon Kite
Animated Film School Croatia
A kite into the clouds. A boy right behind it. (A) (Croatia)

Adelita
Ari Carillo
The story of a piñata heroine, based on the legend. (A) (USA)

Home
Joseph Barker/Ben Rivet
A bird goes on a journey to build a home for his family. (A) (USA)

Slanted
Joseph Matarrese
A man realizes one day that his world is slanted. Can he correct it? (L) (USA)

Umbrella Girl
Saeko Igarashi
A girl finds a friend in her favorite umbrella. (A) (USA)

Hot Diggity
Adam Holmes
A dog gets the better of himself. (A) (USA)

 

Saturday March 30, 2013 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Room 303AB

5:30pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 8

Short films from around the world for all ages

Animation Showcase!
Various
A reel of short animation from around the world -- some of the best and most creative all-ages animation on the planet! (A) (Global)

 

Saturday March 30, 2013 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Room 303AB
 
Sunday, March 31
 

11:30am

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 9

Short films from around the world for all ages

Moonwalking
Jutta Schuenmann
A man brings the moon down from the sky, with mixed results. (A) (Germany)

Kunugi Tree
Carolyn Downie
A music video about a very special tree. (A) (USA)

Beatless Nick
Kelly Morrison
A musical beat is what you make of it. (A) (Canada)

Pingu Digs a Hole
H.I.T. Animation
A penguin wants to know what's down there. It may take a shovel. (A) (New Zealand)

Hubo
Erick Oh
Who owns more control -- man or bouncing ball? The answer may surprise you. (A) (USA)

Pas de Deux Glace
Natalie Xavier
Ordinary champagne glasses in an empty house change into a graceful ice-dancing duo. (A) (USA)

Wepo
Jackie Marion
Wepo the alien runs out of gas in the middle of outer space. A plan emerges. (A) (USA)

Elmer's Nest
Jackie Marion
A baby bird builds a nest that is far from conventional. (A) (USA)

Mr. Raindrop
Harriet Spizziri/Dani Bowman
A raindrop dreams of becoming a cloud. Then one day...(A) (USA)

 

Sunday March 31, 2013 11:30am - 1:00pm
Room 303AB

1:15pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 10

Short films from around the world for all ages

Hello, I Like You
Brooklyn Mixtape Club
A highly condensed happiness espresso. (A) (USA)

New York Minute
Tim O'Grady
Puppets make the most of short screen time. (L) (USA)

Prince Rat
Albert Radl
The princess is abducted by a presumed dragon. Heroism looms. (A) (Germany)

Ensad: Alive
Various
Creative animation from the highly regarded Ensad animation school in France. (A) (France)

Quique's Guiro
Julio Benito Cabrera
Old Quique learns a new beat. (L) (Puerto Rico)

 

Sunday March 31, 2013 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Room 303AB

3:00pm

Int'l Children's Film Festival - Program 11

Short films from around the world for all ages

Best of Fest, Vol. 2
Various
More of the best worldwide short films and animation from the last 10 years of the festivals, to close things out! (L/A) (Global)

 

Sunday March 31, 2013 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 303AB
 
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