Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Pic'n'Mix

Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Pic'n'Mix
Encounters Short Film Festival 2015: Pic'n'Mix

Year

2015

Duration

65 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age, Documentary, Musicals, Romance, Short Films

Language

Dutch / English / No Dialogue / Swedish (English subtitles)

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Into Film and Encounters Short Film Festival have teamed up to present a selection of great short films suitable for ages 11 - 14, all of which were programmed by young people at an Into Film workshop in June this year. Including animation, live action and documentary the films explore a variety of stories and issues relevant to those in the transitioning years of 11 to 14. Ranging from the cult of the selfie and pressures to be fashionable, to fascinating insights into young people’s hobbies and imaginative illustrations of what it means to be an individual, this is a strong selection of films for young people, chosen by young people. Films in this collection are: Mr Selfie, Dreaming of Peggy Lee, Catwalk, Jasper's Garage, The Girl Who Spoke Cat, Evanescent, Giovanni and the Water Ballet, Paint.

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 11-14. Please note some of the films contain moderate bad language.

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