Film

Animation for Kids

 
 
Sat, Jul 26, 2014
  • 2PM
 
LOCATION:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
 
BAM Rose Cinemas
RUN TIME: 65min
FORMAT: DCP
GENERAL ADMISSION: $14
CINEMA CLUB MEMBERS: $9 (Movie Moguls free)
 
 
 
 
 
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A fresh collection of the year's best family-friendly animated shorts gathered from festivals and the major studios.

 
Mariachi Manatee

A Nickelodeon Exclusive
RUN TIME: 1:00

 

A young guitar playing Manatee hangs out with his trumpet playing friend, Poco the Crab.

 
Sunny and Steve: Enjoy the Sweets

Directed by Bill Dorais and Ty Coyle 
RUN TIME: 2:41

 

An office worker struggles with a seemingly innocent bunny on a quest for sweets.

 
 
 
I Like to Share

Directed by Jeremy Galante and David Cowles 
RUN TIME: 1:20 

 

Toys, bats, gloves, super awesome dance moves… all things that can be shared.

 
 
On Thin Ice

Directed by Norah Jones 
RUN TIME: 1:56 

 

Two elves bridge the generation gap to discover the true meaning of Christmas.

 
 
 
Doctor Puppet: A Timelord Christmas

Directed by Alisa Stern  
RUN TIME: 1:58 

 

The Doctor joins his past selves for a stop motion Christmas celebration.

 
 
StoryBots—Love's Not Just a Word, Songs About Emotions

Directed by JibJab
RUN TIME: 1:16 

 

An epic song about the feeling of love.

 
 
 
Dog Prom

Directed by Lauren Krieger 
RUN TIME: 4:19 

 

All Bernard wants to do is dance with a girl at prom…

 
 
Fly With Me

Directed by Joelle Tyea Enver 
RUN TIME: 2:28

 

A cute romp between a dinosaur, bumblebee, sea creature, and balloon.

 
 
 
Helium Harvey

Directed by David Savage 
RUN TIME: 2:42

 

A curious boy spots a balloon and has the idea to change his voice with helium.

 
 
Play With Food

Directed by Cuppa Coffee 
RUN TIME: 1:13

 

Here are some foods that start with the letter P.

 
 
 
Baxter

Directed by Ty Coyle 
RUN TIME: 2:55

 

Baxter the raccoon makes his way into Granny's Sweet Shop.

 
 
StoryBots—You Gotta Love a Lion, Animal Songs

Directed by JibJab
RUN TIME: 1:01 

 

As soon as you hear this wild, wacky song about the king of beasts, you've gotta love it!

 
 
 
Milk

Directed by Elizabeth Liu Xiujun and Evangeline Au Yan Yee 
RUN TIME: 4:02 

 

A marathon search for a bottle of milk.

 
 
Fight For Food

Directed by Preston Platt 
RUN TIME: 3:40 

 

The journey of two Robo dogs and their fight to get the food in the bowl.

 
 
 
StoryBots—Riding on a Train

Directed by JibJab
RUN TIME: 1:07 

 

Get ready for a chugging, clickety-clacking ride on the StoryBot Express. Next stop Funville!

 
 
Lantern

Directed by Danielle M. Heitmuller 
RUN TIME: 3:58 

 

Late one night, Molly is startled by the sound of an approaching ship.

 
 
 
The Goldfish Kite

Directed by Juliana Chen 
RUN TIME: 3:51

 

A boy mending his goldfish-shaped kite fixes it with a mysterious red string.

 
 
Storybots—The Sky is Blue / Colors

Directed by JibJab
RUN TIME: 1:15 

 

If your colors are cool, you’ll dig this StoryBot tune about the sky.

 
 
 
The Moon and the Well

Directed by Kelly Kin 
RUN TIME: 0:46

 

A little man finds the moon stuck in a well and takes it upon himself to rescue it.

 
 
Cuatro Gatos

Directed by Eddie Mort 
RUN TIME: 1:11 

 

Let’s count. How many gatos (that’s cats) do you see playing in the band?

 
 
 
Eideann

Directed by Alvaro Granados  
RUN TIME: 5:18 

 

A courageous shepherd and one of his sheep become entertainment pioneers.

 
 
Prize Inside

Directed by Reece Porter 
RUN TIME: 2:15

 

A cereal box toy and his reluctant companion travel across a dangerous kitchen.

 
 
 
Circles—Shapes

Directed by JibJab
RUN TIME: 1:02 

 

The more you look around, the more circles you see.

 
 
Floating in my Mind

Directed by Hélène Leroux 
RUN TIME: 3:08 

 

A film about our life, the people we meet, and the memories we make.

 
 
 
Night Light

Directed by Patrick McQuade 
RUN TIME: 2:05

 

Guilty about leaving his son to go to work, a father finds a creative solution.