Flatpack Projects
Film, and then some

No Place Like Home

Saturday 21st April, 2018

Patrick Studio | 11:15 - 12:30

This collection of stories about kinship and belonging is the first of our two programmes of short films to be enjoyed with the family.

An owl seeking its mum meets friends along the way in A Bit Lost; a house goes looking for the family that left it to live in the city in The House; a funny bird searches for a companion that will accept it as it is in Sabaku; and a dad reveals his talents in My Daddy’s Stinky Dancing Pants, written by a talented 6 year-old girl and animated by Birmingham studio Yamination.

The House

Dir: Veronika Zacharova
Czech Republic 2016, 5 mins

Sabaku

Dir: Marlies Van der Wel
Netherlands 2016, 3 mins

A Bit Lost

Dir: Hélène Ducrocq
France 2017, 3 mins

Konigiri-kin Kitchen Sports Day

Dir: Mari Miyazawa
Japan 2017, 5 mins

The Island

Dir: Max Mörtl, Robert Löbel
Germany 2017, 3 mins

I Want to Live in the Zoo

Dir: Evgenia Golubeva
UK 2017, 6 mins

Fruits of Clouds

Dir: Veronika Zacharova
Czech Republic 2017, 11 mins

Fill and Moo

Dir: Tokisho Hata
Japan 2017, 7 mins

My Daddy’s Stinky Dancing Pants

Dir: Drew Roper
UK 2017, 1 min

Recommended for spectators from the age of 4 upwards, the Colour Box short film competition showcases the best of international animation and gives children the opportunity to vote for the winner of the Colour Box Audience award.