Kids Screening

Seven of our favourite kids shorts from CSFF’s first 10 years

 Kids Screening, Saturday, June 09, 2018 | 11:15am | TIFF Bell Lightbox | Cinema 4 

The Elephant and the Bicycle

2014, animation, France, 9 min, dir: Olesya Shchukina

When an elephant sees a billboard advertising a bicycle, his life changes: he has to have that bicycle.

Gnarly in Pink

2014, documentary, US, 8 min, dir: Kristelle Laroche and Ben Mullinkosson

The “Pink Helmet Posse” are three 6-year-old girls who share their passion for skateboarding in pink tutus and helmets.

Harry Jerome: The Fastest Man on Earth

2010, documentary, Canada, 10 min, dir: Ileana Pietrobruno

Canadian sprinter Harry Jerome faced racism and a career-threatening injury on his way to achieving track-and-field success.

Faith’s Goal

2013, documentary, Canada, 5 min, dir: Elizabeth Lee

Even as she faces discriminatory attitudes as a member of an otherwise all-boys team, Faith remains optimistic about the future of girls in hockey.

The Boy Who Learned to Fly

2016, animation, US, 7 minutes, dir: Limbert Fabian & Jake Wyatt

From humble beginnings to international stardom, Usain Bolt overcame pressure, discovered the joy of running, and became the fastest man alive.

Play Lunch

2010, fiction, Australia, 10 min, dir: Cassandra Nguyen

Molly has promised to finish her lunch before playing, but she needs Sam’s help – beginning a friendship that extends to the football field.

Little Hard Knox

2017, documentary, Canada, 12 min, dir: Roxann Whitebean Theatrical premiere

“Tugar,” a 10-year-old from the Mohawk community of Kahnawake, dreams of becoming a professional boxer.

2018 Schedule

Friday, June 8
6:30pm Lane 0

Saturday, June 9
9:30am Youth Workshop
11:15am Kids Screening
1:30pm Stranger
3:45pm Football for Better …
6:30pm Time Trial
9:15pm Minding the Gap

Sunday, June 10
1:00pm Killer Bees
4:00pm Ultra
7:00pm The Fall


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