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3: Children\'s Films [clear filter]
Friday, March 23
 

12:30pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 1
Short films for all ages
Kids Travel Journeys • Various
A travel show for kids, with exciting and educational stops in different locations around the world. (D) (Global)

Friday March 23, 2018 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Room 303AB

2:15pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 2
Short films for all ages
Made by Children!• Various
A new collection of short animation from around the world made by children, presented in partnership with the Varazdin Croatia Animation Festival. Films from China, Slovakia, Denmark, Belgium, Russia, Japan, and beyond! (A) (Global)

Friday March 23, 2018 2:15pm - 4:15pm
Room 303AB

4:30pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 3
Short films for all ages
Best of Fest, Vol. 1• Various
An (almost) nonstop reel of the best worldwide short films and animation from the last 13 years of the festival to close the day, featuring numerous new shorts! (L/A) (Global)

Friday March 23, 2018 4:30pm - 7:00pm
Room 303AB
 
Saturday, March 24
 

10:30am

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 4
Feature film for all ages
Shimajiro and the Mother Tree • Isamu Hirabayashi
A return engagement of the popular Japanese children’s film. Meant to be a child’s first movie experience, Shimajiro and the Mother Tree combines sing-alongs, puppet animation, and traditional anime. WonderCon audiences love this interactive entertainment! (A) (Japan)

Saturday March 24, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 303AB

2:00pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 6
Short films for all ages

Reto a la Juventud • Julio Benito Carbrera
It’s okay to be wired in, but life without headphones isn’t so bad sometimes. (L) (Puerto Rico)
Revolting Rhymes • Jakob Schuh/Jan Lachauer
A tribute to Roald Dahl with six beautifully animated stories based on the beloved children's author and his twisted fairy tales. (A) (United Kingdom)
Sunny and Gerd in Spring Cleaning • DaCosta Bayley
Things go from zero to off the grid when Sunny finds himself in a tight spot and Gerd has to rescue his little buddy. (A) (Canada)
The Melancholy Man • Samantha Smith
The world's saddest man meets the world's saddest woman. Things can only get better. (L) (USA)
Ampersand • Erin Shea
Science meets animation in this wondrous visual journey. (A) (USA)

Saturday March 24, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 303AB

5:30pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 8
Short films for all ages

Animation Showcase!• Various
The latest reel of short animation from around the world—some of the best and most creative all-ages animation on the planet! (A) (Global)

Saturday March 24, 2018 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Room 303AB
 
Sunday, March 25
 

11:30am

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 9
Short films for ages 6 and older
Rosso Papavero • Martin Smatana
One starry night, a boy’s circus dreams come true. (A) (Slovakia)
Leave A Print • Christina S. Nerland
A family of arctic foxes learns to cope with the fact that one of them is fading away. A story about losing and remembering. (A) (United Kingdom)
Dad's Fragile Doll • Ali Zare Ghanatnowi
A girl reconstructs the events leading to her father's imprisonment, using dolls her mother made. (A) (Iran)

Empty View • Ali Zare Ghanatnowi
An Iranian woman awaits the return of her missing son from a war. Winner of Best Animation from the Los Angeles Film Awards. (A) (Iran)
Daisy Chain • Galvin Davis
Kate Winslet narrates this beautiful anti-bullying tale that follows Buttercup Bree and her tale of magical Daisy Chains. (A) (Australia)

Sunday March 25, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 303AB

12:45pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 10
Films for all ages
A new initiative from Mexico’s government, Fund for the Culture and Arts, seeks to elevate Mexico’s 68 indigenous languages by preserving their myths, legends, poems and stories in the form of beautifully animated short films. The films cover the languages of Huasteco, Maya, Mixteco, Nahuatl, Totonaco, Yaqui, and Zapoteco. Each film deploys different designers to give powerful expression the wisdom contained in these indigenous languages.
El primer amanacer • Various
(A) (Mexico)

Muere Mi Rosto • Various
(A) (Mexico)
El Origin de Los Celos • Various
(A) (Mexico)
Cuando Muere Una Lengua • Various
(A) (Mexico)
El origen de La Tierra • Various
(A) (Mexico)
Plus other festival favorites!


Sunday March 25, 2018 12:45pm - 3:30pm
Room 303AB

3:45pm

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival - Program 11
Short films for all ages
Best of Fest, Vol. 2• Various
More of the best worldwide short films and animation from the last 12 years of the festivals, to close things out! (L/A) (Global)

Sunday March 25, 2018 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Room 303AB