The first and only children's film festival in Singapore, Big Eyes, Big Minds features diverse and imaginative films from around the world that will educate, enrich, and inspire kids.
Each year the festival showcases the best animated, live-action and documentary films from around the globe.
Films are age appropriate and are available for ages 2 and up.
All shows have safe distancing measures in place (less than 25% of total capacity, capped at 50 pax) and have been approved by the authorities to ensure that you enjoy your films in a safe environment.
Total Duration: 45 minutes
Learn more about nature, discover the world, and find new friends as you join the inquisitive characters on a journey as they explore the world.
Total Duration: 48 minutes
This collection brings together some of the award winners of Big Eyes, Big Minds, in celebration of the festival's 10th anniversary.
The first Audience Choice Award winner, The Gruffalo, will be returning for this special anniversary as well.
Total Duration: 65 minutes
Watch out for the characters of these 10 films from 9 countries as they get caught up in more excitement than they bargained for!
The award-winning South Korean film, Saturday's Apartment is also included.
Total Duration: 66 minutes
Get ready for a tickle in your belly with these funny and moving films including Oscar nominated films Hors Piste and Kapaemahu.
Total Duration: 74 minutes
Go on an adventure with the characters as they experience losing something but find something precious at the end of their journey.
Total Duration: 62 minutes
Experience the perspectives of young female protagonists in these insightful collection of films, including the Oscar-nominated short, The Coin, about a Chinese girl's reflections on her connections with food.
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When: 26 May - 20 June
Where: National Gallery Singapore
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