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Spectacular Shorts (U*)

Family Film Club

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Back by popular demand, our sell out shorts programme from Family Film Week in 2022 is back!

We’ve put together a joyous selection of bite-sized film nuggets especially designed to introduce our youngest audience members to international cinema and differing animation styles. Look out for stop motion aliens in the kitchen, animals animated in the style of a Japanese scroll, a Latvian lullaby and much more!

Tagged with: Cinema family film club

Approx runtime 55min


Age recommendation: 4+

Adults can only come if they’re bringing a child, and children can only come along if accompanied by an adult. If you’re over 18, we’re afraid being a ‘big kid’ doesn’t count. 

Booking is essential, so please book your tickets before attending.

Film Programme

Animanimals: Tiger
Dir Julia Ocker Germany 2022 4min (no dialogue)

Čuči čuči
Dir Māra Liniņa Latvia 2022 5min (English subtitles)

Luce and Rock
Dir Britt Raes Belgium, France, Netherlands 2022 13min (no dialogue)

I am Not Afraid
Dir Marita Mayer Germany 2022 7min (brief English subtitles)

Franzy’s Soup Kitchen
Dir Ana Chubinidze France/Georgia 2022 8min (no dialogue)

The Polar Bear’s Boredom
Dir Koji Yamamura Japan 2022 7min (dialogue and text in both English and Japanese)

Dir Julia Ocker Germany 2022 4min (no dialogue)

Family Activities

Fun workshops, activities and watchlists for all the family, inspired by our programme.

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