Short Films for Kids 18-29 Apr
Location // Auckland Art Gallery, auditorium, lower ground
A compilation of animation short films courtesy of Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the world's leading film festival dedicated to short films.
French with English Subtitles/No spoken dialogue
View the schedule below or download the programme in PDF
One day, a zebra bumped into a tree and lost his stripes.
Directed by Julia Ocker, Germany, 2013. Run time 3 mins
It’s snowing. Lily and her grandfather are building a nest box for the birds. Suddenly, she wonders where the other animals are going to shelter themselves from the cold.
Directed by Clémentine Robach, France, Belgium, 2014. Run time 8 mins
What happens when a little girl decides to save the food that she refused to eat?
Directed by John Banana, France, 2014. Run time 7 mins
The friendship between a caterpillar and a tadpole
Directed by Natalia Chernysheva, Russia, 2014. Run time 4 mins
Le Vélo de l’éléphant
An elephant lives among normal people and works as a cleaning agent. One day, he sees a big advertisement billboard promoting a brand new bicycle seemingly fitting his size. From this moment onward, his life is turned upside down.
Directed by Olesya Shchukina, France, Belgium, 2014. Run time 9 mins
The Fish and I
A blind man tries to save the life of a goldfish.
Directed by Babak Habibifar, Iran, 2014. Run time 6 mins
The story of an Indonesian girl that escapes her harsh living environment through dreams.
Directed by Sarah Feruglio, Anthony Oliveira, Pierre-Antoine Naline, Maxime Orhnial, France, 2014. Run time 6 mins