Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Jury Programme 2013

Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Jury Programme 2013
Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Jury Programme 2013

Year

2013

Duration

58 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films

Language

English / No Dialogue

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Into Film and Encounters Short Film Festival teamed up to present a selection of short films suitable for children ages 7+, chosen by young people. After one full day of programming a group of young people narrowed down over 20 films to an exciting one-hour programme of films featuring a variety of animation and live action. From a milk-obsessed cat, a missing polar bear, a bullied nerd who gets his own back and a comedy western, to a bird afraid of flying, a robot on the run, lost toys on an adventure and fighting painters. There is lots of fun, silliness and intrigue that proves just how great short films can be. Films in this programme are: Milk, Polar Where, Paulie, The Good the Bad and a Horse, Fear of Flying, Run Zoom Run, Macropolis, Barbouageville, The Smortleybacks.

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 7-11.

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