Itsy Bitsy Shorts
Filmmakers in attendance!
Running time: 30 minutes, activities to follow
After a brief hiatus, the “Itsy Bitsy Shorts” program is back! This morning program will showcase films for the littlest film lovers. Kids will also explore movie magic through interactive activities, including an appearance by the Echo Park Film Center’s Filmmobile, a school bus transformed into a mobile media classroom. [Interactive activities include the Echo Park Film Center’s Filmmobile, a film petting zoo, activity stations, and an animation workshop] — Helen Kim
Community Partner: Echo Park Film Center (EPFC)
In This Program
UrumaDelvi / Japan / 2013 / 5 minsSeiji is tormented by tsunami-flashback dreams, but one night his beloved grandfather appears. With a strum of his grandfather's guitar, Seiji is transported to a dreamy, colorful, psychedelic world.
Elizabeth Ito / USA / 2015 / 8 minsIn this mockumentary short, a family of monsters tries to lead a normal American life.
Allisyn Ruttle / USA / 2016 / 1 minsOn a quiet evening, Snowbert the snowman meets the moon and learns that friendship can reach far across the sky.
Akiko McQuerrey / Japan, USA / 2014 / 6 minsWhen an octopus escapes the chopping block to sing a heartfelt song about overfishing, Papa Cloudy decides to change the menu at his fancy seaside restaurant.
Kartik Shah, Shivangi Ranawat, Janmeet Singh, Pranay Patwardhan / India / 2014 / 3 minsFollowing the lively sound of a flute set to a funky beat, villagers young and old dance, laugh and play in this joyful invocation of the Divine Mother by the band Maati-Baani.
Kat Thompson / USA / 2016 / 1 minsInspired by her family’s annual outing to see “The Nutcracker,” a young dancer dreams of becoming the Sugar Plum Fairy.
C.J. Pizarro / USA / 2014 / 6 minsA young lady peaks inside an old fashioned mutoscope to find herself swept away in the magical, musical world of Mista Cookie Jar and the Chocolate Chips.