Experience a fantastically creative lineup of international short films sure to entertain and engage the whole family!
Immediately after the program, join us for BEYOND THE SCREEN activities that bring the film content to life, sponsored by the Trailhead Children's Museum.
This program has been generously sponsored by The Lange Family.
SUN 9/29 - 3 PM - Center for the Arts
Anyone 18 and under will be admitted FREE.
Lucas Boutrot, Elise Carret, Maoris Creantor, Pierre Hubert, Camille LaCroix, Charlotte Perroux
(France, 2017, 7 mins)
In ancient China, a little dragon who can't breathe fire will fight to overcome his weakness in order to take part in the New Year’s celebration.
Jeremy Collins, Kelly Dillon
(South Africa, 5 mins)
Persistence pays off when a fearless young girl learning to dive is unperturbed by a more talented diver who steals the spotlight.
Hend Esmat, Lamiaa Diab
(Egypt/UK, 2018, 5 mins)
Kid and adult roles are switched in this story following bizarrely reversed interactions, tackling topics of maturity and parenting in a comedic way.
(Germany, 2018, 11 mins)
Jiro feels sick. His father takes him to the doctor. She diagnoses a harmless condition. But it shakes the boy's identity to the core.
LOST & FOUND
Andrew Goldsmith, Bradley Slabe
(Australia, 2018, 8 mins)
A clumsy, crocheted dinosaur must unravel itself to save the love of its life. perfectly. But there is one ANT who is doing everything differently.
Sierra Schlag (in person) . George Knowles Jake Cohn (in person)
(USA, 2018, 4 mins)
A skiing adventure featuring a popular Japanese mascot with a half melon for a head.
FAR OUT: KAI JONES
(USA, 2018, 5 mins)
With the snow falling non-stop in Jackson Hole, 12-year-old Kai Jones squeezed every last day out of his spring break to tee off huge airs and rip classic out-of-bounds lines.
RACCOON AND THE LIGHT
(USA, 2018, 4 mins)
A curious raccoon plays with a flashlight as he explores a dark forest.
ONE SMALL STEP
Andrew Chesworth, Bobby Pontillas
(USA/China, 2018, 8 mins)
An ambitious young girl aspires to become an astronaut with the support of her humble father.
(Netherlands, 2017, 7 mins)
When 19-year-old Esra misses her train and is killing time playing a flashy game on her smartphone, a vintage Rubik’s Cube captures her attention.
(France, 2018, 4 mins)
Grandson tries to fix his grandmother's annoying habit.
(France, 2019, 3 mins)
A small mouse lives vicariously through adventures in books. When the candle goes out, it’s her turn to seek a small spark by living--not reading about--a dangerous adventure…
(USA, 2017, 5 mins)
An old man who lights the stars of the sky has lost his motivation, and an unknowing little boy may be his only remaining source of light.
THE FRUITS OF CLOUDS
(Czech Republic., 2017, 10 mins)
Furry and his friends live in the dark woods and will make a great discovery by overcoming their fear of the unknown.
THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH EXTENDABLE ARMS
(UK, 2018, 2 mins.)
What would you do if you had extendable arms? A commentary on how we constantly try to define ourselves through acts of consumption.
(USA, 2017, 9 mins)
Two adventurous lemurs navigate their dirigibles halfway around the world to a place where happenstance and fate threaten to disrupt their reunion.
WAVE HANDS LIKE CLOUDS
(USA, 2018, 3 mins)
A poetic exploration of what it feels like to step out into the unknown, through the breathtakingly beautiful endeavor of high-lining.