3pm – Family Friendly Shorts
Our Oceans | Aindri Chakraborty | 2014 |2 mins – this beautiful animation focuses on the importance of protecting the ocean.
The Ballad of Island Holland House |Lynn Tomlinson | 2015 | 4 mins – a short animation telling the story of the last house on a sinking island in the Chesapeake Bay. Told from the house’s point of view, this is a soulful and haunting take on the impact of sea-level rise.
Tam O’Shanter | Raymond Rigby | 2015 | 3mins – Glasgow based fimmaker & designer Raymond Rigby’s imaginative interpretation of the classic burns poem
The World’s First Bicycle | Conrad Molleson | UK | 5mins – a short animation about the creation of the Worlds First bicycle and it’s eventful journey in 1842, via a Gorbals jail, whilst being ridden by it’s inventor, Kirkpatrick Macmillan.
My Strange Grandfather | Dina Velikovskaya | 2011 | 9mins – a creative person can seem strange, funny and a little bit crazy but sometimes they create miracles.
Domestic Appliances |Lewis Firth Bolton | UK | 3mins – A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.
A Different Perspective | 2 mins | Chris O’Hara | 2015 – A visit from an alien life form results in a change in perspective in more ways than one.
Sausage | 6 mins |Robert Grieve | 2014 – two artisan stallholder’s idyllic world is invaded by a devious fast-food vendor bertanimation.com
Colonel Mustard – Freedom of the Children |Martin Windebank | 2017
4.30pm – Wee Linties Travelling Archive presents The Singing Street
The Singing Street is a wonderful slice of Scottish life. This 1951 film is a collection of children’s songs and street games, recorded on the streets of Edinburgh. After the screening, Wee Linties are inviting you out to play! We’ll be learning some of the songs and games featured in the film and having a wee go at making up our own. If you have songs and games from your own streets to share, we would love to hear them and add them to a special archive of our own!
Workshop suitable for all ages.
6.30pm – An American Tail
This critically acclaimed Disney animation chronicles the wide-eyed adventures of a courageous little mouse name Fievel. Journeying by ship from Russia to turn-of-the-century America, Fievel is lost at sea during a ferocious storm. Washing ashore in new York Harbour, Fievel braves the perils and wonders of a strange new world in a thrilling quest to find his family. Featuring the voices of Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn and Christopher Plummer, it s a rousing, heartwarming animated adventure for the entire family!