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Sponsored by Climax Molybdenum with support from
Lincoln Park at the Wellington Neighborhood & Breckenridge Grand Vacations

The FREE Children’s Program features four films and interactive components designed to help children (and adults!) explore the art of filmmaking. Following the films, children will visit stations with filmmakers and CU students.

Event includes cash bar for adults!

The Launch


Directed by Dylan Welter

International Premiere | 7 min | Student

Filmmaker in attendance

After watching Neil Armstrong land on the moon, two young brothers decide to build their own rocket in hopes of one day becoming astronauts themselves.

Little Snail


Directed by Tunde Skovran

Romania, USA | Colorado Premiere | 9 min

Filmmaker in attendance

Ivan, a 5 years old boy living in an indifferent family makes a delightful discovery: the beautiful young woman next door is pregnant. Is the baby she is carrying just as lonely as he is? He sets off for a complex adventure to save his potential, future new friend from dreadful solitude.

Additional credits

Directors: Skovrán Tünde, Botond Püsök
Writer: Skovrán Tünde

Carlo Mendez    …    Soap Opera Star
Stephanie Bursill    …    Soap Opera Star
Andrea Kali    …    Mother
Júlia Albert    …    Grandmother
Ivan Orban Laczo    …    Ivan
Eva Imre    …    Pregnant Woman

Where's LarryWHERE’S LARRY

Directed by John Surenkamp

Colorado Premiere | 15 min

Filmmaker in attendance

A chef faces tough choices when his six year old daughter falls in love with ‘dinner’.

Additional Credits

Writing Credits
John Bradford Surenkamp … writer

Caige Coulter … Jennifer Hoopingarner
Sarah J. Cornelius … Mary Stevens (as Sarah Jaye)
Ashley Silverman … Ellie Stevens
Garth Wynne-Jones … Bob Thompson
Jordan Turchin … Bailey Stevens
Robert Ryan Kline … Percy Piedmont


Faculty Director Tripp Vroman and Howard Cook

The University of Colorado Denver Digital Animation Center class 2016

12:40 min

Filmmaker in attendance

Although Matty’s art teacher has warned him that too much glue never dries, Matty loves glue. During art class, Matty pours a lake of glue before belly- opping right in the middle and nds himself stuck to the desk. When Matty’s dad arrives at the school, instead of being mad, he celebrates his son’s creativity and calls him a work of art. Too Much Glue is sure to appeal to all children who love to get messy.