We again alternate big themes and existential musings with essential hilarity, showcasing 12 terrific short films from all corners of our big wide world. Certain to stimulate and charm both sharp young minds and indie animation-loving grown-ups. — NM
Screened as part of NZIFF 2019
At an airport, on the wing of an aeroplane, a troupe of snails perform a magnificent choreographed dance.
When Esra misses her train, a discarded classic cube tries to get her attention.
Two characters are intrinsically linked as they influence each other with every move they make.
A letter from a boy to his father shares all that had once been kept unspoken.
Follow the ups and downs of a Rube Goldberg contraption.
The world is about to perish, everything seems hopeless. But then a real hero steps forward – a brave musketeer without fear!
One room. One button. And one sign that clearly says, ‘do not touch’. What to do?
A dinosaur must unravel itself to maintain a tight-knit friendship.
The life of a prehistoric family is upset, little by little, by the arrival of numerous uninvited friends.
The Skellingtons ride – but if you look closely there is nobody there.
A successful gym session is all about maintaining excellent rhythm.
A magical transfer of glowing energy and life is set in motion when one creature departs its earthly form.