European Union Short Film Festival
Screening Dates
  • May 25, 2019 2:00
Free Admission

This program of kid-friendly shorts is divided into two parts. Part I is suitable for children of all ages. Part II is not recommended for children under the age of nine.

Part I

The Mole as a Painter • Zdeněk Miler • Czech Republic 1972 • 10 min. It’s amazing what a little paint will do to scare away the bad guys!

Berry & Dolly: The Rainbow • Géza M. Tóth, Antonin Krizsanics • Hungary 2017 • 5 min. Berry gets a very special birthday gift from Dolly and friends.

The Red Herring • Leevi Lemmetty • Finland 2017 • 6 min. Penguins love fish, but sometimes they’re hard to catch.

The Warsaw Mermaid • Paweł Czarzasty • Poland 2016 • 13 min. A magical animated tale of how a mermaid helped a small fishing village grow into big city Warsaw.

The Cockroach and the Sea • Anton Setola • Belgium 2016 • 6 min. They say the cockroach can survive in any environment. It just might be true.

Berry & Dolly: The Kite • Géza M. Tóth, Antonin Krizsanics • Hungary 2017 • 5 min. When Berry, Dolly, and their pals decide to fly a kite, the kite is soon flying them. 

Singing Hugo and His Incredible Adventures • Reinis Kalnaellis • Latvia 2017 • 9 min. Hugo the chicken loves to sing, but sometimes that gets him in trouble…

Duration: 54 min. 

Intermission (10 min.)
 Part II

The Mouse • Pil Maria Gunnarsson • Denmark 2008 • 13 min. Liv has a crush on Mike. The feeling is mutual. Mike gives her a gift, which she treasures until she thinks Mike doesn’t like her anymore and gets angry.

The Song of Innocence • Ion Octavian Frecea • Romania 2018 • 9 min. Mom and daughter seagull have fun flying together, but sometimes the going gets tough.

Out Fishing • Uzi Geffenblad • Sweden 2017 • 9 min. Cats love to catch fish, but sometimes it’s harder than it looks…

Ana, a Palindrome • Joana Toste • Portugal 2013 • 5 min. Ana finds out that sometimes the past and the present can overlap in surprising ways.

Duration: 36 min.


Feature Image: Out Fishing (Uzi Geffenblad, 2017)