Shorts #1: Family Friendly

Thu 01 Dec 2016 | 4.30pm - 5.30pm | £4 (£3)* | 7+

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Two Short Nights Film Festival

Now in it’s fifteenth year, Two Short Nights Film Festival returns with a jam-packed programme of screenings and events celebrating the world of short film.

Discover inventive animation, stunning cinematography and storytelling at its finest with screenings featuring must-see films from around the globe alongside emerging local talent.

Shorts #1 – Family Friendly

After school film fun! A selection of our favorite short films, animation and live action, for children aged 7+. Come along on an animal filled adventure, where a fox and a mouse become best friends and a small bee has a big impact on his hive. A magic chicken helps out with a baker’s cakes, while a clever little monkey keeps his wits about him to protect his bounty of bananas!

Programme

Blue Honey (Miel Bleu), 2015

Constance Joliff, Daphné Durocher & Fanny Lhotellier, animation, France, 5mins

A small bee, allergic to pollen, discovers an extraordinary product that will dramatically impact the life of the hive.

 

Bunny New Girl, 2015

Natalie van den Dungen, Drama/Comedy, Australia, 6mins

On her first day at a new school, a self-conscious young girl learns that friendship can overcome difference.

 

Cats & Dogs, 2015

Jesús Peréz & Gerd Gockell, Animation, Switzerland/Germany, 6mins

An argument between a cat and a dog escalates into an emergency, but luckily the animator intervenes.

I Am Not a Mouse, 2015

Evgenia Golubeva, Animation, United Kingdom, 2mins

Every time Lucy is called ‘Mouse’ by her Mum, she turns into a real mouse! What is Lucy going to do?

Law of the Jungle (La Loi du Plus Fort), 2015

Pascale Hecquet, animation, France/Belgium, 6mins

A clever little monkey remembers to keep his wits about him when the bigger monkeys encroach on his bounty of bananas.

Lucky Chicken, 2016

Gulliver Moore, drama/comedy, United Kingdom, 12mins

A baker whose down on his luck has his fortunes turned around when a magic chicken stumbles into his shop.

PAWO, 2015

Antje Heyn, animation, Germany, 8mins

PAWO (Tibetan for “being brave”) is the magical adventure of a little toy figure, who finds herself in a curious world with some strange companions.

Perched, 2016

Liam Harris, animation, United Kingdom, 11mins

A crotchety old man lives a life of seclusion inside a submarine balanced atop a mountain, until an unwelcome visit from a seagull rocks his world.

The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse, 2015

Camille Chaix, Kevin Roger, Hugo Jean, Marie Pillier & Juliette Jourdan, animation, France, 6mins

A Fox hunts a mouse, but after an unfortunate event the mouse saves the fox from certain death and they become friends.

Venue: Studio 74, Exeter Phoenix

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