There will be screenings every weekday and the international animation hits consist of two specially curated programmes of new international animation films.
This will be a fantastic event for the whole family and as well as being FREE screenings, they are also some of the best animations produced in the world.
The films are presented in association with the Western Australian State Library and the City of Perth, and there will be two sessions daily which will have different collections of the best children's short film animations.
The movies will be on at the State Library Theatre, Ground Floor, 25 Francis Street, Perth, so why not take the children to both sessions!
PROGRAMMES Programme 1: Fluffy McCloud and Friends
This programme will run for 50 minutes and will feature the following shorts:
Alexandra Hetmerova, Katerina Karhankova Czech Republic, under 7 minutes Two bears head to gather blueberries for breakfast, but first they have to deal with hiccups.
Between The Lines
Maria Koneva Russia, under 5 minutes
The coolest, most stylish Zebra in the whole wide world.
Canada, under 4 minutes
When her clockwork spaceship breaks down, the pilot needs to do a few repairs these are done with a little help from a handy clockwork bird and her teddy bear.
Orange O Despair
France, 4 minutes
The "dancingist" little orange in the shop.
USA, 3 minutes
A funny song played by ants and owls paying tribute to those little leaves that spiral down from the trees on a hot summer's day.
High Above The Sky
Shaun Clark, Kim Noce
UK, 3 minutes
The rocketship ride outside the supermarket is the best one there is. It goes way, way up and swoops way, way down.
A Child's Metaphysics
Japan, over 5 minutes
Everybody knows it kids definitely have the best imaginations and the craziest, funniest and weirdest ideas. Heaps better than any adult can come up with. And here's proof.
Elizaveta Monokhina, Polina Manokhina
Russia, 3½ minutes
When you have to share a space, it's always better to work together.
Hungary, 6¾ minutes
A wonderfully crazy, wickedly special land to escape to.
These will be on at the following times:
Monday 23rd and 24th April from 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
LIBRARY CLOSED - 25th April for ANZAC DAY
Thursday 26th and 27th April from 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Each session will run for 50 minutes and although they are free, it is essential that you make bookings. Bookings can be made at this link.
Please note - food and drinks are not allowed in this theatre, apart from water.
This is a great opportunity for a free event that the whole family will enjoy.