FACETS 37th Annual Chicago International Children's Film Festival

OUT OF BOUNDS (School Shorts Program)

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SCHOOL PROGRAM – Groups of 12+ tickets CLICK HERE for Group Reservation Form


Join the friends of this collection of shorts as they, in the company of friends, brave the challenges the day has put in front of them.


In this collection of shorts, friends explore new places and meet new faces. In one short, Pablo, who is on the autism spectrum, looks to make sense of his world one rainy day with the help of friends. In another short, when a tiny snail meets a humpback whale, the two travel together to far-off lands. Based on the beloved book, narrated by Diana Rigg. In the last short, a perplexed platypus thought a relaxing day was ahead of him. Until he accidentally gets shrunk super tiny, that is.


Shorts Program Duration: 65 minutes


Themes: It's alright to go out of a personal comfort zone; bravery; teamwork; problem solving; empathy


Language: This program is presented in English.


Geoblocking Notice: This program is only available in the Chicagoland area.

NO-NO SHRINKS (Short Film)


Synopsis: Poor No-No the platypus! He thought today was going to be a day like any other, with a good picnic and a long nap in his comfortable deckchair. But everything is turned upside down when he's mistakenly made super tiny—the size of an ant. With the help of a new friend, our platypus must go on an unexpected adventure.


Program Type: School Program and Public Program – Groups of 12+ tickets CLICK HERE for Group Reservation Form.


Geoblocking Notice: This film is only available in the Chicagoland area.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    27 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    France
  • Premiere
    Chicago
  • Director
    Wassim Boutaleb Joutei