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LIAF 2018: Framed Film Club – Amazing Animations for 0-7 year-olds (U)

December 1, 2018
11:00 am

Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. This carefully chosen programme for our littlest and most special audience contains 14 wonderful short films, full of joy. There’ll be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and wondrous tales to spark those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. Suitable for all ages but especially 0-7 year-olds.

At barbican – tickets available 26 Oct

Bibimbap (Heather Colbert, UK)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Bibimbap, Heather ColbertA delightful stop-motion music video set to the Nat King Cole song ‘Bibimbap’.

2017, 2min

Sloth (Julia Ocker, Germany)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Sloth, Julia OckerA slow groove just may be the answer when your energy is low.

2018, 4min

The Swimming Lesson (Tatyana Okruzhnova, Russia)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, The Swimming Lesson, Tatyana OkruzhnovaOn a busy beach day, a little boy is captivated by the aquatic adventure stories he hears, but soon has to put his own swimming skills to the test.

2017, 3min

Between the Lines (Maria Koneva, Russia)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Between the Lines, Maria KonevaA Zebra thinks she is completely alone in a world where everyone has a partner, until she finds another Zebra.

2017, 4min

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I Want to Live in the Zoo (Evgenia Golubeva, UK)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, I Want to Live in the Zoo, Evgenia GolubevaSasha doesn’t like the rules at home, so she decides to move to the zoo.

2017, 6min

Water Colors (Takashi Yoneoka, Japan)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Watercolors, Takashi YoneokaWhen the room is empty tiny watercolour paints jump onto the canvas.

2017, 2min

Ant (Julia Ocker, Germany)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Ant, Julia OckerAn anthill is no simple thing. Each ant has their task and it’s hard to imagine what would happen if one of them rebelled and decided to do things differently…

2017, 4min

Konigiri-Kun: Music Box (Mari Miyazawa, Japan)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Konigiri-Kun: Music Box, Mari MiyazawaKonigiri-Kun eats a super-sour pickled plum to wake himself up, then grabs his music box to show his friends.

2017, 5min

Crab Story (Filippo Rivetti & Tatiana Poliektova, Russia/Australia)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Crab Story, Filippo Rivetti, Tatiana PoliektovaWhat happens when a crab finds a pineapple on the beach.

2017, 4min

Jazzoo (Adam Marko-Nord, Sweden)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Jazzoo, Adam Marko-NordKoalas, hippos, elephants, and fish find their own groove in this melodic menagerie of a film.

2017, 9min

Koyaa: Naughty Toy Car (Kolja Saksida, Slovenia/Croatia)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Koyaa: Naughty Toy Car, Kolja SaksidaOn a rainy day, Koyaa decides to tidy up his room. He steps on a toy car, taking a crazy ride. The toy starts acting naughty but Koyaa manages to outsmart it.

2017, 3min

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Mogu and Perol (Tsuneo Goda, Japan)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Mogu and Perol, Tsuneo GodaTwo friends live on Yummy Island, where delicious food can be found everywhere!

2018, 8min

Mister Paper Goes For A Walk (Ben Tesseur & Steven De Beul, Belgium)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Mister Paper Goes For A Walk, Ben Tesseur, Steven De BeulMister Paper goes for a walk. He finds old newspapers, takes out his scissors and starts cutting what he needs for the stroll: a hat for the sun and a dog for company.

2018, 9min

Penguin (Julia Ocker, Germany)

LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Penguin, Julia OckerA timid penguin waiter with a red bow tie goes out of his way to perform his job to perfection.

2018, 4min