NZIFF recommends this programme for children aged 4+
Screened as part of NZIFF 2017
We’ve searched all around the world and back again to shape this eclectic collection of imaginative and engaging animated short films – terrific viewing for both the very youngest of filmgoers and animation admiring grown-ups. — NM
When a bear and his bird pals find the right rhythm, teamwork equals sweet freedom.
A small girl befriends a hole in her garden, discovering that patience and a helping hand can make a big difference when you want something to grow.
Eagle Blue soars high above the mountaintop – but she must swoop down to the town below and provide a proper meal for her hungry kids.
Anyone can get caught in a sticky situation, but sometimes working together can make things a whole load easier.
When he makes a new friend, the pocket man realises that acts of kindness come in all shapes and sizes.
A nearly impossible story, supported by a catchy melody, guides us through the alphabet.
In the middle of deepest, snowiest winter, a squirrel finds something he has never seen before.
Kids – even the bearded, four-legged kind – can definitely show adults a thing or two about bravery.
A charming tuft makes a great discovery through overcoming its fear of the unknown.
A tiny tiger, happy but hungry, sneakily satisfies an endless appetite.
Let’s hear it for the Bears!
What will Mr Night do on his day off? Wander through the daylight and create mischief, of course.
Times are tough in one little town: first no food, now no electricity. Eventually, the transformative power of community nourishes all in the best ways possible.