Little Big Shots | International Film Festival for Kids | 23 May 2015

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Little Big Shots

Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre

Little Big Shots is Australia’s premier international film festival for kids – celebrating 10 little BIG years!

This year the film festival will be held over one day, May 23rd, and there are four Little Big Shots packages to choose from:

LITTLE TYKES

  • Saturday 23 May 2015  |  9.30am
  • Ages 3 – 7 years
  • Duration 47 mins

Sleepy and Manic  ((Taiwan, 2013)

  • Sleepy Bear is a gentle, kindhearted bear who, when his friends feel anxious or restless, comes to their side and helps them fall asleep.
  • Style: Animation
  • Language: English
  • Director: Hung-Hsu Chen

Other films in this session:

Not Over (Japan), Macropolis (Northern Ireland), Sleepy and Maniac (Taiwan), Tiny Bubbles (South Africa), Lami- Episode 2 (France/Japan), Dessert Contest (USA), Lure (Croatia), South by Scooter (Australia), Grounded (USA), Shame and Glasses (Italy), Caminandes: Grand Dillama (Netherlands), and Maccupation (USA).

SEVEN TO TWEEN

  • Saturday 23 May 2015  |  11.00am
  • Ages 7-12 years
  • Duration 60 mins

Chicken or the Egg  |  (USA, 2013)

  • When a pig who loves eating eggs falls in love with the hottest chicken in town, he must choose which comes first: the chicken or the egg?
  • Style: Animation
  • Language: English
  • Director Christine Kim and Elaine Wu

The Boss of My Body!  |  (Australia, 2012)

  • A music video from remote Western Australia about standing up for your rights.
  • Style: Live action music video
  • Language: English
  • Director: Leon Ewing

Other films in this session:

Estefan (USA), Mia (Belgium/Netherlands), In the Shadow (Croatia), No More Mr Mice Guy (Australia), Little Smile (India), Mushroom Monster (Norway), The Sounds of Juice (Australia), Trollday (Germany) and What a Debacle, FreddyFarkle (Australia)

BEST OF THE FEST

  • Saturday 23 May 2015  |  12.30pm
  • Ages 5-15 years
  • Duration 60 mins

The Gallant Captain  |  (Australia, 2013)

  • A boy and his cat journey into unknown waters with a bottle, a boat and a vivid imagination.
  • Style: Animation
  • Language: English
  • Director: Katrina Mathers and Graeme Base

Lego Adventure 3: Attack of the Giant Pig!  |  (Australia, 2013)

  • A criminal steals a growth ray from a museum and wreaks havoc on Lego Town by creating a giant guinea pig.
  • Style: Child-made animation
  • Language: English
  • Director: Maxim Hussey

The Best of the Fest includes the Festival Director’s Choice, Bitseller (Spain), as well as award winners as selected by the Little Big Shots 2014 Kids Jury: Best International Film: Mia (Belgium/Netherlands) Best Adult-made Australian Film: The Gallant Captain Best Child-made Film: Lego Adventure 3: Attack of the Giant Pig! (Australia)

10th BIRTHDAY COLLECTION

  • Saturday 23 May 2015  |  2.00pm
  • All Ages
  • Duration 58 mins

Abiogenesis  |  (New Zealand, 2011)

  • A strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation, that has profound implications for an entire galaxy.
  • Style: Animation
  • Language: No Dialogue
  • Director: Richard Mans

Other films in this session:

Birthday Boy (Australia), Aston’s Stones (Sweden), The Goat That Eat Time (Australia), Because You’re Gorgeous (South Africa), Brunswick Browns (Australia), The Animal Book (UK), and The Vacuum Kid (USA)

SUMMARY

  • Date:  Saturday 23 May 2015
  • 9.30am: Little Tykes
  • 11.00am: Seven to Tween
  • 12.30pm: Best of The Fest
  • 2.00pm: 10th Birthday Celebration
  • Duration: approx. 1 hour per session
  • All Tickets $8.00
  • Suitable for ages 3 to 15

For more information, bookings and all enquiries please visit the Adelaide Festival Centre website.

What Little Big Shots – International Film Festival for Kids

When Saturday 23 May 2015

Where:  Mercury Cinema | 13 Morphett Street, Adelaide

Who:  3-15 years

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