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Film | Kids

Reel Rascals: Me and My Friends

Ages 3—5
Jan 28—Jan 29, 2017
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RUN TIME: 59min
$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)
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Single Tickets
Mon Dec 12
BAM members
Mon Dec 12
General public
January 2017
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Saturday January 28, 2017
Performances no longer available.

TIFF Kids International Film Festival™

Bursting with lessons in friendship, sharing, and growing up, these animated nuggets feature a host of memorable characters, from an octopus with a sweet tooth to a quintet of harmonizing hogs.

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Octopus Krake

Dir. Julia Ocker
Germany, animation, 2015, 4 min


The octopus is all set to bake a yummy cake, but one of her arms is following a different recipe all its own.

One, Two, Tree

Dir. Yulia Aronova
France/Switzerland, animation, 2015, 7min


A tree jumps into a pair of boots and goes off for a walk, inviting everyone it meets to follow.

Lili Brushes Her Teeth (Lili børster tænder)

Dir. Siri Melchior
Denmark/United Kingdom, animation, 2015, 4min
In English


Lili may be too small for many things, but she’s big enough to brush her teeth all by herself!

I Am Not a Mouse

Dir. Evgenia Golubeva
United Kingdom, animation, 2015, 2min
In English


Every time Lucy is called Mous by her mum, she turns into a real mouse! What is Lucy going to do?

Some Thing

Dir. Elena Walf
Germany, animation, 2015, 7min


For a little mountain, it’s impossible to keep up with the others who seem to have so much more to offer; all he has is this strange and useless some thing.

Bat Time

Dir. Elena Walf
Germany, animation, 2015, 4min


It’s nighttime, and the little bat is looking for friends to play with—but everyone else is asleep!

Where Are The Chicks, Pikkuli?

Dir. Metsämarja Aittokoski and Antti Aittokoski
Finland/Spain, animation, 2015, 5min


Pikkuli and his papa help the chirping chicks reunite with their mother just in time for the concert.

You Are (Not) Small

Dir. Virginia Wilkos
USA, animation, 2016, 5min
In English


Just because you’re not big doesn’t mean you’re small. It’s all relative!

The Landing

Dir. Marjolaine Perreten
Switzerland, animation, 2015, 1min


Two frogs in a pond are waiting for something—when suddenly a graceful bird appears.

Head Up! (Kopf hoch!)

Dir. Gottfried Mentor
Germany, animation, 2015, 3min


An adorable baby mountain goat helps its dad discover that kidding around can be a great way to learn new things.

A House for Hermit Crab

Dir. Melissa Reilly Ellard
USA, animation, 2015, 10min
In English


Hermit Crab has outgrown his shell and must rely on new friends to make his new one feel like home. Based on Eric Carle’s classic tale.


Dir. Fernan Graziano
Argentina, animation, 2015, 1min


A colourful short about mixing things up.


Dir. Yuki Hirakawa
Japan, animation, 2015, 3min


Anticipation—and precipitation—builds as evaporating water droplets discover just how thrilling the water cycle is atop majestic Mount Fuji.

Perfect Piggies

Dir. Sandra Boynton
USA, animation, 2015, 3min
In English


Five harmonizing hogs sing a lively, a cappella swing song about their own perfect pig selves.