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LIAF presents: Children’s Programme at Screenplay Festival, Shetland

September 8, 2013
12:30 pm

Animation, like childhood, can be just full of wonder with the biggest pleasures being the simplest ones. This programme carefully chosen for our littlest and most special audience strips away all the soft-sell toy ads and the over-the-top blockbuster-style special effects and just delivers up a programme of wonderful films full of simple joys.

To find out more about Screenplay Festival visit Shetland Arts
Tickets will be available for purchase from Shetland Box Office and Mareel

‘Bottle’ (Kirsten Lepore, 2011)

Bottle, Kirsten Lepor, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012The power to connect knows no boundaries and can’t be stopped by Mother Nature’s power of erosion.

USA, 5’25

‘Grand Prix’ (Anna Solanas & Marc Riba, 2011)

Grand Prix, Anna Solanas, Marc Riba, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012Every good tricycle race is started by a band of penguins. And who said girls couldn’t join in – that’s not fair!!

Spain, 8’00

‘Fluffy McCloud’ (Conor Finnegan, 2010)

Fluffy McCloud, Conor Finnegan, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012An independent little cloud finally finds a use for all the rain he’s been carrying around.

Ireland, 3’00

‘Acorn Boy’ (Dace Riduze, 2010)

Acorn Boy, Dace Riduze, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012Acorn Boy needs a bit of patching up so he can join his friends in the miniature village.

Latvia, 9’54

‘Alimation’ (Alexandre Dubosc, 2011)

Alimation, Alexandre Dubosc, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012A cool, cute little animated film made out of smarties, chocolates and yummy cake.

France, 2’48

‘Dodu The Cardboard Boy’ (Jose Miguel Ribeiro, 2010)

Dodu The Cardboard Boy, Jose Miguel Ribeiro, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012A cardboard boy and a bottle-top ladybug living in a cardboard city escape and set sail into a deep blue moonlit sea.

Portugal, 5’00

‘How Shammies Bathed’ (Edmunds Jansons, 2010)

How Shammies Bathed, Edmunds Jansons, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012Mitten, Pillow, Hanky and Sockie are the Shammies. They discover a monster who lives behind the bathroom door and get acquainted with splashy water.

Latvia, 7’00

‘A to B’ (Malcolm Sutherland, 2011)

A to B, Malcolm Sutherland, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012What’s the quickest way from A to B? Let’s find out.

Canada, 2’47

‘Premiere’ (Stepan Birukov, 2010)

Premiere, Stepan Birukov, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012A very special little circus with some very special little stars.

Russia, 5’36

‘The Little Bird and the Leaf’ (Lena von Dohren, 2012)

The Little Bird and the Leaf, Lena von Dohren, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 2012It’s winter. At the end of a branch hangs a single leaf. A little bird attempts to water the leaf but it falls off.

Switzerland, 4’00

‘The Tiny Fish’ (Sergei Ryabov, 2006)

The Tiny Fish, Sergei Ryabov, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalAn incredibly beautifully crafted film. A little girl and her cat brave the winter to go ice fishing and as a reward get to save the life of a very special fish.

Russia, 9’30