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Family Shorts: Kid Flix
 
Shorts
60 minutes
2015
Director(s): Various
Various
 
Thu 10:10 AM Ashland Street Cinema
Fri 10:10 AM Ashland Street Cinema
Sat 12:40 PM Ashland Street Cinema
Sun 10:10 AM Ashland Street Cinema
Synopsis
Delightful animated and live action shorts sure to please kids 3 and up. Curated from the New York International Children’s Film Festival, the program contains new films and three favorites from last year.

Pik Pik Pik | Director: Dmitry Vysotskiy | Russia | 3 min
An aggressive woodpecker and some unsuspecting ants try to occupy the same tree.

Zebra | Director: Julia Ocker | Germany | 2 min
A zebra suddenly loses his stripes but discovers he has developed amazing super powers.

My Big Brother | Director: Jason Rayner | USA | 3 min
Big brother is not just older, but physically gigantic.

Bunny New Girl | Director: Natalie van den Dungen | Australia | 6 min
On her first day at a new school, a self-conscious girl learns that friendship can transcend difference.

5.80 Meters | Director: Nicolas Deveaux | France | 5 min
A herd of high-flying acrobatic giraffes takes to the pool.

Cookie-Tin Banjo | Director: Peter Baynton | United Kingdom, USA | 3 min
A handcrafted guitar passed down to a young boy from his father becomes the gift of a lifetime.

Larisa Can Fly | Director: Elizaveta Manokhina and Polina Manokhina | Russia | 7 min
Two girls and their larger-than-life Granny turn every day into an imaginative adventure.

Minuscule: The Private Lives of Insects – Brushing | Directors: Hélène Giraud & Thomas Szabo | France | 5 min
A bathroom becomes the setting for an all-terrain chase between a fly and a spider.

Elephant and the Bicycle | Director: Olesya Shchukina | Belgium, France | 9 min
An elephant sees a big billboard advertising a bicycle. It seems the perfect size for him!

Eyes | Director: Tom Law | USA | 1 min
There are things to fear in the dark.

Me and My Moulton | Director: Torill Kove | Canada, Norway | 14 min
A seven-year-old girl asks her hopelessly unconventional parents for a bicycle.




 
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