An international collection of short films for those aged eight and above. Sometimes chaotic, sometimes very serious, there is no predicting where we will head next!
There are tales of brothers and sisters who turn fights into friendship, a renewed bonding between a young boy and his parents brought about by a friendly fox, and an animated chase through a myriad of backdrops by some very strange characters. There’s a beautiful poetic account of the reflowering of Yellowstone National Park after a devastating fire in 1988, and a melodic tale of music overcoming hatred of the unfamiliar (featuring an extremely perky raccoon).
Refugee Week 2023
This film is screening as part of our programme for Refugee Week 2023. This film is screening as part of our programme for Refugee Week 2023. As part of the programme, we are screening a selection of non-verbal family films, that are accessible to audiences across a spectrum of experiences and languages.
Refugee Week is the world’s largest arts & culture festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Founded in 1998 in the UK and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June.
Supported by Lancashire County Council and Film Hub North.