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LIAF presents: Toddler Time at Picturehouse Cinemas

December 29, 2014
10:00 am
We’re screening a carefully chosen programme for our littlest and most special audience as part of Picturehouse’s Toddler Time, screening throughout London and the UK.Toddler Time is especially designed to introduce children to the big screen, featuring 30-minute shows for pre-school children and their parents / carers.Tickets are just £3 each for children and accompanying adults who become members of Toddler Time (free to join – please ask at Picturehouse box offices). Otherwise the usual Picturehouse matinee prices apply.

Please check the cinema which you’ll be attending for correct start times.

Tickets for this screening will be available for purchase from Picturehouse

Zebra (Julia Ocker, Germany)

Zebra, Julia Ocker, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, PIcturehouse, Toddler TineThe Zebra is out of luck, losing all its stripes. But something is about to change.

2014, 3’00

Hedgehogs and the City (Evalds Lacis, Latvia)

image-on-its-wayOne spring morning, animals wake-up from winter sleep and discover that the forest has been turned into a city.

2013, 10’00

Big Block Sing Song – Hair (Warren Brown & Adam Goddard, Canada)

Big Block Sing Song - Hair, Warren Brown & Adam Goddard, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, PicturehouseThere are lots of ways to do your hair. This funny song tells you how.

2013, 2’00


Anatoles Little Saucepan (Eric Montchaud, France)

image-on-its-wayThe charming story of a boy called Anatole who is always dragging his red saucepan behind him.

2014, 6’00

Relax (Tony Dusko, USA)

Relax, Tony Dusko, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, PicturehouseLong lines can be stressful, so you may as well just relax and pass the time telling jokes!

2013. 1’00

Vol Au Vent (Isabel Bouttens, Belgium)

Vol Au Vent, Isabel Bouttens, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, PicturehouseA boy tries to keep a paper plane up in the air as long as possible. Carried by the wind, and despite some emergency landings, the plane takes us along through the four seasons.

2013, 7’00

Rockin’ Rhino (Verena Fels, Germany)

Rockin Rhino, Verena Fels, LIAF, London International Animation Festival, PicturehouseDancing is so much fun! But if you have to dance all by yourself it ́s only half the fun. So the little rhino needs to come up with an idea to make everyone dance with it.

2013, 3’05