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Children’s Short Film Night
January 18, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
LEADER & DISTRICT ARTS COUNCIL & TOWN OF LEADER REC DEPT.
PRESENTS A CHILDREN’S SHORT FILM MOVIE NIGHT
FEATURING FILMS FROM THE 2018 YORKTON FILM FESTIVAL
JANUARY 18, 2019 @ 7PM
LEADER COMMUNITY CENTRE
CONCESSION ITEMS FOR A FEE
Children’s – 1 hour, 32 minutes, 45 seconds
Studio K: The Musical – 21 min 07s
From our home in Studio K, our hosts and their puppet counterparts bring a programming block filled with laughter, play & song. Whether skyping with kids across the Canada, answering viewer emails, or 6 getting made-up by the Make-up Monster, our hosts engage our audience with their authenticity and humour. With friendship, kindness, and empathy, the CBC Kids team engages kids with original songs and unique storytelling using the magic of imagination.
Ariane’s Sky – 3min 32s
Ariane is convinced of an imminent asteroid impact with planet Earth, but without support from her boss, she decides to try and save the world herself. Can she do it alone?
Daisy & the Gumboot Kids – 3min
Daisy the mouse loves nature! In each episode she guides children through the creation of a new and exciting nature craft. From the creators of Scout & The Gumboot Kids, Daisy brings wonder and imagination to the craft table and encourages children to explore the world outside!
Kid Diners – 22min
Kid Diners is a series that shows kids where food comes from in places all over Canada! Your hosts Aynalem and Xander explore two must- eat-at places in a Canadian locale. One host visits a local mom and pop establishment while the other explores a fine dining restaurant. The results are delicious!
Lilly and the Baby – 6min 31s
Lilly, a 10-foot tall orange monster, babysits a human baby. The mom leaves a long list of what not to do. What could go wrong?
Nadine – 4min 32s
From out of nowhere, the most beautiful girl in the world sits at the table across from me at the library. Is this a stroke of good luck or bad? Her smile paralyzes me. I can’t talk to her because I don’t know her, but I can’t get to know her because I won’t talk to her…NADINE, the first collaboration between filmmaker Patrick Péris and the National Film Board of Canada, is an ambitious work that blends live action footage with various animation techniques.
Opie’s Home – 7min Opie’s
Home explores the fun of family life from a preschool point of view, following 4-year-old Opie as he plays, explores and discovers new things in and around his home. Episodes feature Opie’s day-to-day interactions at home, reading and playing with his family and neighbours, as well as his family routine before and after school.
Snow – 10min
This is the story of a Little Girl’s first brush with racism …
Snow Mountain of SGaanna – 10min 02s
The Mountain of SGaana spins a magical tale of a young man who is stolen away to the spirit world, and the young woman who rescues him. Haida filmmaker Christopher Auchter’s dream-like gem brilliantly entwines traditional animation with formal elements of Haida art.
Ukaliq and Kalla Go Fishing – 5min 01s
Ukaliq and Kalla Go Fishing is a story of two unlikely friends–a lemming and an Arctic hare–that decide to spend the day together ice fishing. The lemming embodies the calm, thoughtful nature of traditional hunters and those that live in the Arctic. This is contrasted with the well-meaning, but impatient Arctic rabbit. This is a fun, educational story that shows how important it is to be kind, thoughtful, and prepared for whatever comes.