Primary Years 4-7 Thurs 29/10


Thursday 29th October

Adelaide Studios, Glenside

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Session One – 9:30am-10:30pm BOOK HERE


Daughter Of An Ocean runtime: 2’58” (USA)

Kintan Chauhan

By remembering the story of a fish told by her mother, Daughter ‘Suni’ realizes that the story was not just about little fish who wanted to live freely, but was meant for her to understand that she should live her life with freedom, as her mother never did.


Shoe Obsession runtime: 4′ 50″ (SA, Australia)

Year 5 Pembroke School

A girl is obsessed with the latest pair of gold shoes, but so are all of her class mates. Are these shoes really worth it?



Little Attic runtime: 3′ 36″ (Russian Federation)

Maiia Fazulina

People are full of thoughts since childhood. But thoughts can be different. It is important not to get lost among them and value good thoughts.



The Camera’s Journey runtime: 2’07” (SA, Australia)

Hannah Wilkinson – Goodwood Primary

A Tourist leaves his camera on a bus, and this is what happens…..




[Who] runtime: 1′ 18″ (USA)

Abbey Sacks

Experimental animation focusing on visual imagery.




Pitter Patter Goes Her Heart runtime: 9′ 57″ (Canada)

Michael Ciuffini

Melody, a young woman with a genetic heart condition, escapes her bleak existence with Alto, her canine confidant. After Melody’s heart falters, Alto seeks the help of a Good Samaritan to rescue her.


The Rock runtime: 3’45” (SA, Australia)

Star of the Sea – Year 7

This Rock star is super famous!




Knock Knock Who’s There? runtime: 1’07” (India)

American School of Bombay

A series of short stories built around knock-knock jokes.




A Most Annoying Ghost runtime: 3′ 30″ (UK)

Damn Sung

It’s not the sort of thing I boast, but in my house there lives a ghost. This is silly, Daddy said, all this stuff is in your head. The ghost is real, not in my head, I think it lives beneath my bed.



Save runtime: 5′ 35″ (USA)

Emnet Mulugeta

The story follows a young girl, passionate about football, and a shopkeeper living in remote village in the desert of Eritrea, on the east coast of Africa. It’s a film about harsh reality, dreams and the blurred line between the two seen thru the eyes of a 6 year old.


Nerds Rule runtime: 2’18” (SA, Australia)

Goodwood Primary School – Tahlia Farkas, Nikki Tiffen, Methasha Nawarathna

What happens to a group of Nerds one day.




Do You Really Think That About Me? runtime: 5’00” (Spain)

Marcos Fernandez

A Spanish boy and another American trying to prevent their younger brothers are friends because they think that foreigners are bad and different.



Monkey Barz runtime: 6′ 03″ (QLD, Australia)

Simon Tait

Grace meets some local Torres Strait Islander kids when playing on the Monkey Bars in the local park and learns a valuable life lesson




A Time to Change runtime: 2’30” (UK)

St Mary Queen of Martyrs – Year 3

A fun and informative Stop Motion about Climate Change.




Nick And The Slingshot runtime: 10′ 12″ (Canada)

Vincent H. Kuan Lin

After being inspired by his favourite television program, an adventurous young boy named Nick builds a makeshift slingshot and immediately sets out to go hunting in a nearby park. What happens when he does more damage than good?


SFX make Up Demonstrations in the Courtyard


Session Two – 11:00pm-12:30pm BOOK HERE



Fridge Princess runtime: 2’39” (Czech Republic)

Michelle Oh, Tale Do, Ruby Xia, Mauricio Castano, Airin Budiman & Ruby Poon

Recognition can be subjective. For a mere crayon doodle, securing a place as a fridge-worthy artwork could be the only way to survive! This light-hearted film tells a story of faith and acceptance.



I’ve Just Had  A Dream runtime: 7’25” (Spain)

Javi Navarro

Irene is eight and she just woke up from a horrible dream.




Peces En Accion (Fish In Action) runtime: 1′ 00″ (Spain)

Mauricio Buendia Silva

One can fall into the sea where some fish live happily.




The Incurable Joker runtime: 4’00” (SA, Australia)

Year 7 – Star of the Sea

A deadly disease has taken over.  Symptoms are incontrollable laughing and the potential to fly.



1D And The Mob runtime: 2′ 26″ (SA, Australia)

Year 6 – Star of the Sea

One Directions car breaks down right out the front of a school. Can the gang outwit the mob of fans chasing them?



Fairy Knowledge runtime: 5′ 45″ (USA)

Chris “Doc” Wyatt

After being rejected at a fairy-themed children’s party, one girl bones up on her knowledge of fairies.



Grow Up runtime: 4′ 20″ (NSW, Australia)

Todd McHenry

An insight into the dreams and aspirations of children.




All There is runtime: 7′ 30″ (Netherlands)

Jeroen Mourmans

In a world that’s completely destroyed a father struggles not to give in to his ever growing desperation in front of his young daughter, while she on the other hand is running out of ways to make him stop worrying and show him there still is hope.


Bedtime runtime: 5′ 46″ (USA)

Cooper Justus

A young boy enlists his brother’s help to get to the restroom after a monster appears under the his bed, but when the monster overpowers his brother, the boy is forced to muster his courage and face his fears


Wild runtime: 2’34” (UK)

Ilford Jewish Primary School

In this poetic short, three intrepid explorers go off in search of the mythical beast of Essex.




The Coolest Magician runtime: 1′ 07″ (India)

American School of Bombay

A story of a kind-hearted Magician who helps many people and animals. Of course, there are times when his magic back-fires on him. But that doesn’t stop him from using his magic to help others 🙂



The Great Adventures Of Manel And The Magic Toothpicks  runtime: 13′ 40″ (Spain)

Xavier Pijuan

Manel, a spoiled kid, received a miserable toothpick box for his birthday instead of his expected PS4. However, this apparently stupid present will ends up in the best present he has ever received.


Betrayed By A Zombie runtime: 7’00” (SA, Australia)

Kids Camera Action

There’s a new kid in school, a zombie. Can you trust him enough to be friends?




Looking Through The Crystal Ball runtime: 1′ 10″ (SA, Australia)

Year 5 Swan Reach Area School


An initiative by OPAL to get children thinking about how active they are.



Captain Fish runtime: 7′ 20″ (France)

Guillaume Fesquet

What happens when a little girl decides to save the food she refused to eat.




Letter To My Future Self runtime: 9’59” (Canada)

Robert Randall

A teen girl receives a letter she wrote to herself when she was 8 years old and dreaming of being a teenager. But now, confronted with her younger self, she’s forced to deal with the fact that nothing turned out the way


anifexAnifex Animation Q&A Session






SFX make up Demonstrations in the Courtyard

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