Fresh Frames 2020
Fresh Frames is provided for our youngest audience. Grades 1-3/4 can now embark on a digital literacy learning experience and begin their journey to become active viewers. For this age group, we keep the program short and sweet; 30 mins of active viewing followed by a group discussion.
When: Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Where: The Roundhouse Community Centre
Cost: $5 per student (short films + discussion)
Cancellation Policy: Your booking must be cancelled at least one month in advance for a full refund. Please send your cancellation in writing to the Education Coordinator.
To Register: Please fill in the form below. Email education[at]r2rfestival.org if you have any questions.
This introduction to all kinds of fun and zany animation is aimed at inspiring the youngest among us! The program will introduce elementary students to types of animation that are not often found in the mainstream and expand their understanding of all that this vibrant world has to offer.
A raccoon finds a flashlight in the woods and illuminates an entire new world beyond its nocturnal life.
Scratches on celluloid film painted over by handb become a dazzling spectacle of abstract play. Combined with quirky sounds, TV makes for an experiment in viewing that captivates and inspires.
Percy Cat is looking forward to a relaxing day in “Cat Lake City” – a vacation paradise for cats. But the place is not as expected. Not even the spot on the towel is as safe as he thought…
Everyday objects move as if their human counterparts were using them, except there are no humans. The domestic dance of life unravels on its own in this stop-motion animated gem.
From the early stages of learning to draw, to finding artistic freedom in form, hand drawn portraits document the effects of time as the subject washes away with age.
Nalvana believes all of her friends have some type of superpower. She has friends with super speed, friends who can jump so far she thinks they can fly, and friends who are better than her at a million other things. As Nalvana tries out each of her friends’ superpowers with no success, she wonders if she might be the only kid in town without a special talent. But then her mom shows Nalvana that she is unique and special—and that her superpower has been right in front of her all along.