little big shots 2006 melbourne international children's film festival

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Films to amaze and delight kids - for kids, about kids and even by kids!



Wed 7 June - Mon 12 June 2006
All Tickets $5



Perfect for children aged 5 to 15, Little Big Shots is an inspiring and fun-filled festival of the best in Australian and international films for children.

Parental Advice
Many of the films screening in Little Big Shots have not been rated by the Office of Film and Literature classification as they have not previously screened in Australia. The OFLC has granted an exemption permitting General Admission to all sessions, with the exceptions of Bloody Footy, Pilala, The Treasure of the White Falcon and Genie in a Bottle, drawing MA15+ conditions, whereby those under the age of 15 are to be accompanied by an adult.

Presented by Media Giants and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Major Sponsor: Nickelodeon. Government sponsors: City of Melbourne and The Australian Film Commission. Media Partners: The Age and ABC Radio


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big shots, small packages #1

Short films from around the world for 8 to 13-year-olds, including Grass, Genie in a Bottle: Unleashed and The Man Who Walked Between The Towers.


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big shots, small packages #2

Short films from around the world for 8 to 13-year-olds, including Good Riddance: Snails!, Rebellion of the Canes, Nineteen and Gopher Broke.


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big shots, small packages #3

Shorts program 3 for 8 to 13-year-olds, including Green Tee, Colour Crazy, A Case on a PeelRain is Falling, A Life to Live and The Tooth.


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big shots, small packages #4

Short films for 9 to 15-year-olds, including Special People, Pilala, Bloody Footy, Genie in A Bottle: Unleashed and Troublegum.


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spirit bear

The true story of 15-year-old Simon Jackson who took on a provincial government and the powerful forestry industry.


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celebrating the difference

Two films for 7 to 11-year-olds exploring the wonders of diversity.


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viva cuba

Eleven-year-old best friends Malu and Jorgito travel across the country so that they can stay best friends.


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the treasure of the white falcons

It's the summer of 1981 and Jan and his family are about to leave their country home for the big smoke.


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big shots, small packages #5

Short films for 5 to 8-year-olds, including Looking Good, Adventures of the Shoes, My Radio, The Incredible Splat and Pingu's Bedtime Shadows.


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big shots, small packages #6

Short films for 8 to 15-year-olds, including Gabriel, Torvald and the Fir Tree, Crooked Mick of the Speewah, My Buddy, Spring and Troublegum.


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big shots, small packages #7

Short films for 9 to 15-year-olds, including How My Next Door Neighbour Discovered Life on Mars, Pilala, The Green Worm and Special People.


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big shots, small packages #8

Short films for 5 to 8-year-olds, including Torvald and the Fir Tree, Bing Can Sing, How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon? and Goulaff - Greedy Pig.


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big shots, small packages #9

Short films for 8 to 15-year-olds, including Spring, Edgar and Ellen: Staring Contest, Just a Minute: The Equator and The Trojan Wars.


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big shots, small packages #10

Short films for 8 to 15-year-olds, including Torvald and the Fir Tree, Us Mob - Kwatye (Water), Dancing Skeleton and The Green Worm.


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curious george

Based on the classic children's books and set to a toe-tapping Jack Johnson soundtrack, Curious George features the voice of Will Ferrrell.


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big shots, small packages #11

Short films for 5 to 8-year-olds, including My Radio, Looking Good, Janie and Jerome: The Last Note, The Incredible Splat and The Phantom's Opera.


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big shots, small packages #12

Short films for 11 to 15-year-olds, including Passing Hearts, Kisses, Closer, The Man Who Walked Between Towers and Troublegum.


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big shots, small packages #13

Short films for 5 to 15-year-olds, including Goggles, I'll Be Me, Nineteen, The Egg, Bing Can Sing and St Mathurin's School of Practical Joking.


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big shots, small packages #14

Shorts films for 5 to 8-year-olds, including Looking Good, Maya the Indian Princess, Pingu Boogaloo, Pingu's Bedtime Shadows, Spring and Luka.


Wednesday 7 June - Monday 12 June 2006
 
 
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