NZIFF recommends this programme for children aged 4+
Screened as part of NZIFF 2018
Once again, we’re thrilled to share an eclectic and electric line-up of short animated tales. Carefully selected from all corners of the world, they’re sure to amuse and engage our favourite little audience – and those who attend with them. Come and travel from a mysterious dark forest to a bustling big city, or dive deep underwater and dance with an elephant – all without leaving the comfort of your cinema seat. — NM
Fish behind the wheel, flying hippos and dancing elephants – all set to the super jazzy sounds of the award-winning Oddjob quintet.
When you have to share a really small space, it’s definitely better to work together.
Klick and Tram stick together through thick and thin to stay bang on time and right on track.
Sasha decides that she would much rather live in the zoo than at home with her parents, but quickly finds that animal life is not all she hoped it would be.
Henriyeti – a little bit girl, a little bit Yeti – demonstrates that great matches go well beyond appearances.
Two bear pals head out to gather blueberries for breakfast dumplings – but first they must deal with a crazy case of double hiccups.
Royal life’s not always so grand. One little princess trades it all in for a wilder kind of adventure.
Somewhere in the middle of the ocean, a not-so-smart school of fish come to the rescue of a mysterious creature who suddenly appears in their waters.
An elderly woman tries to find her missing pet. A little girl tries to find her missing neighbour. Both find themselves in the middle of a New York adventure.
It’s a quack attack! You better stand back.
With only one tiny clue to help him along the way, a small house journeys to the big city in search of those who left him behind.