Mice & Men

Recommended for Ages 5 to 11
Sat, 1 June 11.30am  I  Sun, 9 June 11.30am I  Sun, 16 June 2.15pm

Meet characters who possess big hearts and brave souls within their diminutive frames. Funny, moving, and often surprising, these imaginative films are a treat for everyone. Click on any title for more information.   

                                                                            Total Duration: 55 min

Made In France
Made In France

France I Lamia Akhabbar, Robin Cioffi, Brice Duble, Stanislas Gruenais, Maxime Guerry, Alexia Portal Where do lost socks go? The secret is finally revealed.

Robot And The Whale
Robot And The Whale

Sweden I Directed by Jonas Forsman A robot risks everthing to save a stranded whale.

Belly Flop
Belly Flop

South Africa I Jeremy Collins & Kelly Dillon Inspired by a talented diver, a fearless little girl takes the plunge!

A Light In The Night
A Light In The Night

France I Marie Grymonpré & Adrien Verbeck A little girl falls in the sea and discovers some mysterious lights.

Anglerfish
Anglerfish

Germany I Directed by Julia Ocker Little Anglerfish must overcome his fear of the dark and go to sleep.

Tyrannosaurus Funk
Tyrannosaurus Funk

USA I Directed by Sandra Boynton Samuel L. Jackson, in the guise of a rust-coloured T-Rex, stomps his way through this captivating musical.

Land Without Evil
Land Without Evil

Hungary I Directed by Katalin Egely Based on Guaraní mythology, this film asks if the real paradise lies within us.

Sherbert Rozencrantz, You're Beautif
Sherbert Rozencrantz, You're Beautif

Australia I Directed by Natalie van den Dungen Milly’s world revolves around her pet guinea pig Sherbert. When her mother attempts to find her a ‘real’ friend, it forces Milly to question her sense of self.

Undiscovered
Undiscovered

USA I Directed by Sara Litzenberger Like everyone else, Sasquatch just wants a good photo of himself!

Fly
Fly

Germany I Directed by Julia Ocker Three frogs fight over a tasty fly, but it proves too clever for them.

Pear Fall
Pear Fall

Estonia I Directed by Leonid Shmelkov Beware the pear! It falls out of nowhere!