Art, fun, folly, fairytales and folkstories: A fine collection of outstanding animation, tested by our most demanding audience, aged between four and seven.
Screened as part of NZIFF 2007
Animation is an amazing way to tell a story or spark an imagination. Welcome to this collection of wondrous little (and big) gems that will intrigue and delight everyone from 4 to 94 – but have been selected to especially excite our youngest, most discerning audience.
Absolutely whimsical. A small boy gets his turn to ride the giant unicycle that's tall enough to reach the moon and the sun.
Like magic, a beautiful fold-out picture book springs to life with a different story leaping from each page.
A happy, silly chorus of birds on a brach, all practising their singing. But some are a lot better than others.
The wonderful adventures of a boy who pilots his strange little airship into a land of giant stilt creatures.
Kind of an art class – but mostly just a bunch of really amazing animated plasticine worlds melting and blending into each other.
There's some mystery and surprises inside every toy and these ones have LOTS!
FatCat and FishFace sing a wonderfully rollicking musical tale of shipwreck on the South Seas.
Funny sheep that can swim and dive underwater just like dolphins and seals – who ever heard of such a thing?
Poor Mrs Hen! Her oldest chick is a cheeky tyke. It's time for a lesson.
Shy little Jaime Lo tries to figure out how the world works by using her own drawings.
Winston figures out a way of turning his asthma into a launch pad for being a superhero!
A fantastic journey set in motion by a magic seashell.