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Short Films - Short Adventures I part B

Runtime:  64 min. | Recommended Ages: 7-9

The films are screened under Greek subtitles

The program includes shorts full of tenderness and discovery for ages 7 and up. What would we do without our imaginations?

Shorts in this lineup:

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FUNNY BIRDS

Animation by Celia Tisserant, Arnaud Demuynck I 30min I France 

 

Ellie is entering secondary school in Saumur. Shy and fascinated by nature, and birds, she spends her time with books. Ellie draws the attention of Anna, the school’s librarian. The day when Ellie must absolutely return a book to Anna, she finds the school library closed. Ellie decides to take it back to Anna’s home,a few miles from school, on an island on the Loire River. An island full of birds.

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BOOM

Animation by Gabriel Augerai, Romain Augier, Laurie Pereira de Figueiredo, Yannick Jacquin, Charles di Cicco I France I 6min I No dialogue

 

A couple of dumb birds tries its best to protect its eggs from a volcano eruption.

96th Oscars® Shortlist

For your consideration Best animated short

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SPINES

Fiction by Joseph Inman I 10min I

United Kingdom

 

When book-loving Thomas meets sporty Agnes, he learns how to use his storytelling to bridge the gap between them, show empathy and forge a new friendship. SPINES is the first BFI NETWORK funded film to have an autistic director and lead actor.

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THE THINGS TO COME

Fiction by Santiago Ráfales I 19min I

Spain

 

An unexpected event will make Biel question the bond he has with his best friend Sara.

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