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LIAF 2015: Framed Film Club: Amazing Animations (U)

December 5, 2015
11:00 am

Animation, like childhood, can be 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 delivers up a selection of wonderful films full of joy. Suitable for 0-7 years.

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One Two Three (Yulia Aronova, France/Switzerland)

One Two Three, Yulia Aronova, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalOne day, a tree like any other jumps into a pair of boots and goes off for a walk inviting everyone it meets to follow.

6’50, 2014

Submarine Sandwich (PES, USA)

Submarine Sandwich, PES, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalThe first step to a delicious sandwich is slicing the meat. PES, the genius of stop-motion returns to LIAF with his latest food-related masterpiece.

2’00, 2014

Pawo (Antje Heyn, Germany)

Pawo, Antje Heyn, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalThe magical adventure of a little toy figure, who finds herself in a curious world, where she discovers her strength and skills.

7’40, 2015

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Pik Pik Pik (Dmitry Vysotskiy, Russia)

Pik Pik Pik, Dmitry Vysotskiy, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalThe woodpecker rattles the tree, on the hunt for ants. A musically and graphically precise symphony about teamwork.

3’30, 2014

The Tie (An Vrombaut, Belgium)

The Tie, An Vrombaut, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalIf a giraffe wore a necktie it would have to be super-super long! And if it was super-super long there would be all kinds of fun things you could do with it.

8’40, 2015

Once Upon a Blue Moon (Steve Boot, UK)

Once Upon A Blue Moon, Steve Boot, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalA Robot on a mission to photograph rocks meets an Alien who just wants someone to play with.

3’30, 2015

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Vol Au Vent (Isabel Bouttens, Belgium)

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

7’00, 2013

The Story of Percival Pilts (John Lewis & Janette Goodey, Australia)

The Story of Percival Pilts, John Lewis, Janette Goodey, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalOne day, on top of two cans, Percival Pilts declares he will never again let his feet touch the ground. A whimsical story about living an impractical life based on a childhood promise.

7’40, 2015

The Little Bird and the Squirrel (Lena von Doehren, Switzerland)

The Little Bird and the Squirrel, Lena von Dohren, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalIt is autumn. There is one last colourful leaf hanging at the end of a long branch. A bird, fox and squirrel have an adventure.

4’20, 2014

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The Law of the Jungle (Pascale Hecquet, France/Belgium)

The Law of the Jungle, Pascale Hecquet, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalA clever little monkey remembers to keep his wits about him when the bigger monkeys encroach on his bounty of bananas.

6’05, 2015

Anatoles Little Saucepan (Eric Montchaud, France)

Anatoles Little Saucepan, Eric Montchaud, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalThe charming story of a boy called Anatole who is always dragging his red saucepan behind him.

6’00, 2014

Crowded (Andrew Khosravani & Cristina Florit Gomila, UK/Spain)

Crowded, Andrew Khosravani, Cristina Florit Gomila, LIAF, London International Animation FestivalThe crowdedness of our planet captured in this beautiful plasticine animation.

3’25, 2014