Singapore International Children's Film Festival

Singapore International Children's Film Festival

Back to Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers 2018

 
Big Eyes, Big Minds – Singapore International Children’s Film Festival 2018

Showcasing nine collections of short films, each carefully curated for a specific age group, this film festival brings children on a magical journey through film that is sure to enrich and inspire! Catch films like The Highway Rat, from the award-winning producers of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes and Wolfie The Bunny, directed by Galen Fott.

 

Tickets are required for admission for children ages 1 and above and may be purchased from www.bigeyesbigminds.com. Children ages 12 and below must be accompanied by an adult.

 

 


 

SAT 2 JUN   SUN 3 JUN   SAT 9 JUN   SUN 10 JUN

 

 

Sat 2 Jun

Fledgling To Hero

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - From Fledgling to Hero  

Sat 2 Jun

 

  • For Ages 2 to 6
  • Additional screening on 10 Jun

 

The characters in these animated films reflect the innocence as well as resourcefulness of young kids. A lost baby owl goes in search of mom, two fledglings take to the skies in a creative way, and a sapling finds herself growing in an unexpected direction.

 

BOOK NOW

 


New, New World

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - New, New World  

Sat 2 Jun

 

  • For Ages 5 to 12
  • Additional screening on 10 Jun

 

Fun animated shorts contrast a new, high-tech world with a simpler past. Also features the beautiful stop-motion film, Two Trams, about the caring relationship between an older and younger tram through the passage of time.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Balancing Act

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Balancing Act  

Sat 2 Jun

 

  • For Ages 8 to 16
  • Additional screening on 10 Jun

 

Finding balance can be challenging – metaphorically or literally! A clumsy penguin struggles at work, a submariner is trapped in a precarious position, and two kids fighting over cultural differences learn that they have more in common than they think. Includes the beautiful animated film Awaker, about the relationship between a father and son.

 

BOOK NOW

 


#Girlstories

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - #Girlstories  

Sat 2 Jun

 

  • For Ages 10 to 18
  • One screening only

 

A showcase of compelling films about girls from various parts of the world. In India, two girls from different social classes become friends one summer, and in the U.S., a Chinese girl struggling with her new life lashes out at her younger sister. Also features Spotlight on Merna, a short documentary about a contestant on The Voice Kids who has to flee her home country of Iraq. An excellent collection for girls and the people in their lives.

 

BOOK NOW

 


 

Sun 3 Jun

Family Tree

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Family Tree  

Sun 3 Jun

 

  • For Ages 2 to 6
  • Additional screening on 9 Jun

 

Kids will relate to these endearing characters who learn and grow within their families. Little Tot helps his grandfather with his failing memory, a young bunny worries about the newest addition to her family and the Totems celebrate family with a song.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Take The Cake!

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Take the Cake!  

Sun 3 Jun

 

  • For Ages 5 to 10
  • Additional screenings on 9 & 10 Jun

 

This fun collection will take the whole family on a zany adventure across the seas – by train and on horseback! Featuring The Highway Rat, from the award winning producers of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes, based on the book by Julia Donaldson.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Think Different

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Think Different  

Sun 3 Jun

 

  • For Ages 7 to 14
  • Additional screening on 9 Jun

 

Thinking differently can pay off in a big way! A playful worker ant offers new ideas, a brave creature ventures into the forbidden woods, and two kings change destiny by breaking the rules. An inspiring collection for creative thinkers!

 

BOOK NOW

 


Out of Place

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Out of Place  

Sun 3 Jun

 

  • For Ages 10 to 16
  • One screening only

 

The diverse characters in these films search for a sense of belonging. A young immigrant seeks validation in her new home country, a boy with a fragile egg-head is emboldened by a new friend, and a house goes in search of the family who moved away. Also features Hello Salaam, a short documentary about two young boys who visit a refugee camp to learn about kids who have been displaced by the war in Syria.

 

BOOK NOW

 


 

Sat 9 Jun

Teen POV: Dream Chasers

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Teen POV: Dream Chasers  

Sat 9 Jun

 

  • For Ages 11 to 18
  • One screening only

 

A documentary showcase of youths pursuing their dreams in different parts of the world: A Mongolian girl strives to become a world-class contortionist, a Dutch teen expresses her talent and creativity through Instagram, and an Indonesian boy pursues his dream of winning a song bird competition.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Family Tree

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Family Tree  

Sat 9 Jun

 

  • For Ages 2 to 6
  • Additional screening on 3 Jun

 

Kids will relate to these endearing characters who learn and grow within their families. Little Tot helps his grandfather with his failing memory, a young bunny worries about the newest addition to her family and the Totems celebrate family with a song.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Take the Cake!

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Take the Cake!  

Sat 9 Jun

 

  • For Ages 5 to 10
  • Additional screenings on 3 & 10 Jun

 

This fun collection will take the whole family on a zany adventure across the seas – by train and on horseback! Featuring The Highway Rat, from the award winning producers of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes, based on the book by Julia Donaldson.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Think Different

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Think Different  

Sat 9 Jun

 

  • For Ages 7 to 14
  • Additional screening on 3 Jun

 

Thinking differently can pay off in a big way! A playful worker ant offers new ideas, a brave creature ventures into the forbidden woods, and two kings change destiny by breaking the rules. An inspiring collection for creative thinkers!

 

BOOK NOW

 


 

Sun 10 Jun

 

Fledling To Hero

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - From Fledgling to Hero  

Sun 10 Jun

 

  • For Ages 2 to 6
  • Additional screening on 2 Jun

 

The characters in these animated films reflect the innocence as well as resourcefulness of young kids. A lost baby owl goes in search of mom, two fledglings take to the skies in a creative way, and a sapling finds herself growing in an unexpected direction.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Take the Cake!

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Take the Cake!  

Sun 10 Jun

 

  • For Ages 5 to 10
  • Additional screenings on 3 & 9 Jun

 

This fun collection will take the whole family on a zany adventure across the seas – by train and on horseback! Featuring The Highway Rat, from the award winning producers of Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes, based on the book by Julia Donaldson.

 

BOOK NOW

 


New, New World

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - New, New World  

Sun 10 Jun

 

  • For Ages 5 to 12
  • Additional screening on 2 Jun

 

Fun animated shorts contrast a new, high-tech world with a simpler past. Also features the beautiful stop-motion film, Two Trams, about the caring relationship between an older and younger tram through the passage of time.

 

BOOK NOW

 


Balancing Act

National Gallery Singapore - Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers - Singapore International Children's Film Festival - Balancing Act  

Sun 10 Jun

 

  • For Ages 8 to 16
  • Additional screening on 2 Jun

 

Finding balance can be challenging – metaphorically or literally! A clumsy penguin struggles at work, a submariner is trapped in a precarious position, and two kids fighting over cultural differences learn that they have more in common than they think. Includes the beautiful animated film Awaker, about the relationship between a father and son.

 

BOOK NOW

 

Back to Children's Festival: Small Big Dreamers 2018