Children’s Short Films Program – FREE Admission
The High Falls Film Festival is proud to host a special screening of the Rochester International Children’s Film Festival.
(USA, 3 min., Animated)
Directed by Sandra Boynton.
Sit back and let these lovely bovines entertain you, as they perform the hit song “Cows” from the Grammy-nominated album “Philadelphia Chickens!”
(Croatia, 6 min., Animated)
Directed by Ivana Guljasevic Kuman.
The rainbow man takes us on a journey through the clouds, bringing us on a “behind the scenes” of rainy weather.
(USA, 2 min., Animated)
Directed by Ru Kuwahata.
We should all be so lucky to have this tidy fellow set things aright each night!
THE LEARNING TREE and… Meet the Animators!
(USA, 4 min., Animated)
Animated by participants from the School #8 YMCA Afterschool Program: Samari Bones, Sha’mere Freeman, Nateya Pappin, Sincere Rivera, Kelie Rodriguez, Ja’Kobe Thompson, Keon Martin, Tanyleeiona Hampton-Williams
Directed by Dave Puls, Animatus Studios.
Hosted by the Rochester International Children’s Film Festival.
A delightful animation by local children, all about the process of learning.
(France/Belgium, 9 min., Animated)
Directed by Clementine Robach.
A girl’s mitten becomes quite the cozy new home for an ever-growing number of woodland creatures.
BUNNY NEW GIRL
(Australia, 6 min.)
Directed by Natalie van den Dungen.
Annabelle manages her fears for the first day at her new school by masking her identity. That is, until the class bully reveals her secret. Can one gentle gesture of solidarity turn the crowd around?
ONE TWO TREE
(France/Switzerland, 7 min., Animated)
Directed by Yulia Aronova.
A backpacker’s pair of snazzy red boots inspire one tree to go on a series of adventures, along with several new companions.
MO CAN TIE A BOW
(Germany, 15 min.)
Directed by Andre Hormann.
Eleven-year-old Mo has created an incredible family business making bowties, and learns it’s a 24/7 commitment.
The Rochester International Children’s Film Festival is a project made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Livingston Arts, a member supported organization.