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Short Films for Short Children I part A

Runtime: 48 min. | Recommended Ages: 4-6

Amazing colorful and melodious short animated stories for children aged 4 and up, without dialogue.

Shorts in this lineup:

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Animation by Lena von Döhren, Eva Rust I Switzerland I 8min. I No dialogue


A shoal of herrings, adopting fantastic formations, roams the vast ocean. When seagulls suddenly attack, one small herring finds itself stranded in a tidal pool. As it searches desperately for a way out, it discovers many other sea creatures here. And now there is no time for fear: only by joining forces can they hope to defend themselves against the hungry seagull.


World premiere Berlinale - Berlin International Film Festival Generation Kplus



Animation by Rebeka Herron I Canada I 3min.

No dialogue


CHICK-A-DUCK is an unusual animal. She’s a chicken. Except when she sneezes. Then she turns into a Duck. POP! When she sneezes again, POP! She turns back. Which wouldn’t be a huge problem, but her new best friend is DUST BUNNY. A brown bunny surrounded by a cloud of dust, he accompanies Chick -a- Duck wherever she goes.

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Animation by Miyoung Baek  I Korea I 9 min I 

No dialogue


A story of two birds. 'Piropiro' from the forest and 'Dalle' at the flower shop in the town. They accidentally met in front of the flower shop, and Piropiro wants to fly together to the forest.


> Best Animation for Children ANIMAFESTZagreb 

>Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival (France)

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Animation by Jade Chastan - Alice Failla - Justine Hermatz - Sophie Lafleur - Vincent Lenne - Jérôme Ginesta I France I 8min I No dialogue


A child and a goose becoming friends find themselves embarking on a journey of adventure and freedom.

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Animation by Fanny Paoli - Anabelle David – Emma Gach - Claire Robert - Julie Valentin - Thēodore Janvier I France I 8min I No dialogue


A little rain boot wakes up on a river’s side. On her journey through the forest she would overcome any obstacles to find her way back home. On the road she faces many events that will make her grow.

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Animation by Pierre-Hugues Dallaire, Benoit Therriault I Canada I 12min I No dialogue


A young boy named Sonny works in an underground coal mine with the adults, taking care of the canary that detects deadly methane gas. He teaches the bird to play dead to prank the men, risking their lives for a moment in the sunlight above.

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