Film | Kids Dreams Come True Peter Jay Sharp Building
BAM Rose Cinemas
Feb 2—Feb 3, 2019
Running Time: 53min

Enter a beautifully animated wonderland of timeless tales, fables, and fantastic yarns.

$10 for children (13 & under) and seniors (65+)

Out Fishing

Dir. Uzi Geffenblad
Sweden, animation, 2018, 9min
NY Premiere


A hungry kitten named Betty finds that fishing in a river only yields old boots and other scraps. But in a moment of illumination, she finds both a creative solution and a helper.


Dir. Joanna Polak
Poland, animation, 2018, 10min
New York premiere


Mr. Wooly lives in a world made of wool, and he’s the only person who knows how to keep the place from unraveling. But he’s old and tired and wishes his life could change—until, unfortunately, his wish is granted.

Du Iz Tak?

Dir. Galen Fott
US, animation, 2018, 11min
New York Premiere


A sprouting plant and a community of insects offer a microcosmic view of the unstoppable cycle of life.

Land Without Evil

Dir. Katalin Egely
Hungary/Argentina, animation, 2017, 4min
New York premiere


What if the real paradise is inside us and lies in the harmony and unity of everything alive? Children sing, “Let’s dance, all together. Let’s sing, all together. Let’s walk towards the land without evil.” A film based on Guaraní mythology.

Little Red Ridding Hood

Dir. Martina Holcová
Czech Republic, animation, 2017, 4min
New York Premiere


It’s a brave new world: Little Red and Grandma aren’t afraid of the wolf at all.

Dark, Dark Woods

Dir. Emile Gignoux
Denmark, animation, 2017, 6min
New York Premiere


Fed up with an endless routine of duties and lessons, princess Maria escapes to the dark, dark woods full of friendly monsters.

The Theory of Sunset

Dir. Roman Sokolov
Russia, animation, 2017, 9min


Deep in the night, a dedicated cyclist traverses the wintry forest. The challenge: make sure the new day gets off to a fresh and timely start.