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LIAF Tour: Children’s Programme, Welwyn Garden City

September 10, 2011
12:00 pm

A programme of extra-special films selected for our most extra-special audience (plus whichever grown-up they want to bring along). Suitable for 0-6 year-olds, these films bring the wonder of animation to the big screen. They’re entertaining, thought-provoking, colourful and enchanting – without a toy or games ad in sight!

Tickets are available to purchase from the venue box office. Visit the venue website here.

‘The Wreck of The Diddley’ (Fatcat & Fishface, 2008)

LIAF, London International Animationi Festival, The Wreck of The Diddley, Fatcat & FishfaceA wickedly good singing-pirate romp.

New Zealand, 3’45



‘The Mouse That Soared’ (Kyle Bell, 2009)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, The Mouse That Soared, Kyle BellA lucky mouse that gets a chance to learn to fly.

USA, 5’45



‘Tally Ho, Pancake!’ (Kai Pannen, 2009)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Tally Ho, Pancake! Kai PannenAnyway you want to have them, pancakes are delicious.

Germany, 6’45



‘Ormie’ (Rob Silvestri, 2009)

Ormie, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Rob SilvestriThis little pig will do ANYTHING to get the cookies.

USA, 4’00



‘When Apples Roll’ (Reinis Kalnaellis, 2008)

When Apples Roll, Reinis Kalnaellis, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalCat and his friend have their annual apple-picking disturbed when a strange egg rolls into the orchard.

Latvia, 6’45



‘The Little Boy and The Beast’ (Johannes Weiland & Uwe Heidschotter, 2009)

The Little Boy and The Beast, Johannes Weiland, Uwe Heidschotter, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalWhen your mother has turned into a beast, a lot of things change.

Germany, 7’00



‘Knitted Knights’ (Gil Alkabetz, 2010)

Knitted Knights, Gil Alkabetz, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalAn ambitious grandma wants to knit a sweater for the moon, but forgets to calculate the waning and waxing of her ‘customer’.

Germany,  6’25



‘Lost And Found’ (Phil Hunt, 2009)

Lost And Found, Phil Hunt, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalA wondrous, epic journey that proves there’s pretty much nothing a boy and a penguin can’t do when they really, really put their mind to it.

UK, 25’00