KIDS FILM FESTIVAL

 
  • Des Moines
  • Art Center
  • 4700 Grand Ave
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • 515.277.4405
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  • John & Mary Pappajohn
  • Sculpture Park
  • 13th and Grand Ave
  • Downtown
  • Des Moines, Iowa
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SHORT FILMS: ANIMATED ADVENTURES

ESPECIALLY FOR KIDS! SATURDAY, JULY 12
Screenings at 11 am and 1:30 pm
Total running time: 61 minutes
Levitt Auditorium / Please remember that food and drink are not allowed.
FREE; Reservations not required

 

  • Bombus Confusus

    2012 / 5 minutes

    A clumsy, chubby bumblebee with a big appetite tries to make friends.

    Anna Habermehl, Germany



     
  • The Boy and the Moon

    2012 / 6 minutes

    A boy who falls in love with the moon offers gifts to win her heart.

    Rino Alaimo, Italy



     
  • Bob

    2009 / 3 minutes

    A hamster chases his true love around the globe. Will he ever catch her?

    Jacob Frey & Harry Fast, Germany



     
  • My Strange Grandfather

    2011 / 9 minutes

    A young girl is frustrated by her grandfather and his eccentric habits of collecting junk from the beach.

    Dina Velikovskaya, Russia



     
  • Lure

    2011 / 3 minutes

    A fisherman waits all day for a big fish. Strange things begin to happen after he throws back a small fish.

    Dinko Kumanovic, Croatia



     
  • Mushroom Monster

    2013 / 6 minutes

    The hungry Mushroom Monster roams the swampy landscape looking for mushrooms to eat.

    Aleksander Nordaas, Norway



     
  • Bitseller

    2013 / 6 minutes

    Vivaldi's "La Folia" is the accompaniment for this whimsical drama about a writer and his comptuer.

    Juanma Sánchez, Spain



     
  • Donald

    2012 / 6 minutes

    As Donald the Highlander walks through the Scottish lowlands, he causes a stir.

    Daniel Acht, Germany



     
  • The Little Red Paper Ship

    2013 / 13 minutes

    A girl folds a piece of paper into a boat and sends it off on a journey that will change it forever.

    Aleksandra Zareba, Germany/Poland

 

 

 


 

THIS PROGRAM IS PRODUCED BY THE WALKER ART CENTER, MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA.