Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Award Programme 2014

Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Award Programme 2014
Encounters Short Film Festival - Children's Award Programme 2014

Year

2014

Duration

62 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films, Silent

Language

English / German / No Dialogue / Portuguese

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Synopsis

Into Film and Encounters Short Film Festival have teamed up to create another programme of short films for young people. Over one day, a group of young people watched over 20 films to narrow them down to an exciting 60-minute programme suitable for ages 7+. This year’s selection is a brilliant mix of live action and animation from around the world, including cheeky animals, dinosaurs, an ode to black-and-white cinema, a girl coping with grief, new friendships and a madcap view of the planets. From the silly to the thoughtful there is something for everyone. The films in this collection are : Cartoon Away , Blue Blue Sky, Frenemy, Carpark, The Lost World, Silent, Ravi & Jane, Missing u, The Planets

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 7-11. Please note the film Blue Blue Sky deals with grief and the film Ravi & Jane explores issues around a child living in a detention centre.

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