Screened as part of NZIFF 2004
The march of the television marketers across the animation landscape is halted briefly as we bring you this engaging, intelligent, enchanting animation for our youngest audience and for their chaffeurs. Some funny bits, some gross bits, some magic bits – not a toy ad in sight. Suitable for ages 4–7.
1000 uses for a pig's snout – really, truly. Some clever, some weird, some gross!
The bestest, most amazingest game in the whole universe.
A ball of cotton thread turns into an intrepid hero in search of a missing duck.
Sometimes – if you imagine hard enough – even the silly things you draw in the mist on a bus window can spring to life.
Pure imagination given flight: a harmless walk down the street turns into a stroll though a magic land of flying giraffes, buildings that turn into serpents and park benches going a little nuts.
A great, old-fashioned fairy tale about a family living in a log cabin depending on their chicken.
A hungry rabbit comes across a snowman with a carrot for a nose. What do you think happens next?
A little girl with a lot of big questions.
A snail invites an elephant into his shell to shelter from the rain. Can an elephant really fit into a snail's shell? Yes, but there's not much room for him to drink his cup of tea.
A real frog falls head over heels in love with a stuffed frog. And if that's not trouble enough, he has to contend with a big bad stork who wants to turn him into lunch.