Shorts for Shorties: MISSION TO THE MILKY WAY

Pack your bags and voyage near and far, for adventures big and small, in this collection of animated shorts that will take you on all sorts of journeys from roller-coaster rides to inter-galactic space travel! (G) Running time: 62 minutes.

CN Tower: Saturday June 9, 10:00 am

The Little Bird And The Leaf
A little bird shares a tree branch with a leaf. Life is perfect, until winter arrives and the leaf falls off its bough. Follow our intrepid little bird on this exciting rescue mission!
Colosse - A Wood Tale
A woodpecker puts his "hard-nosed" skills to good use in an effort to give a robot puppet a new lease on life.
Catalina's backpack is overflowing. She's always packed and ready for anything that comes her way, except that her worries are weighing her down. This adorable animation reminds us that there is such a thing as being too prepared.
Moving Forward
Rollercoasters are fun and scary all at the same time. Buckle up and take a weeeee adrenaline ride!!
Doodles, ink spills and instruments swirl together to form a fantastical journey through a child's imagination - come along for the ride!
Ernesto thinks it's high time his baby teeth fell out - unfortunately they have other plans which involve some jazzy tunes and loud crooning. You'll no doubt be toe-tapping your way through this sweet short about growing up.
Brad & Gary
Brad and Gary have a few lessons to learn. See how these crazy critters survive on a small rocky outcrop in the middle of nowhere.
The Lost Years
Follow Nilla the sea turtle as she makes her first journey out to sea. It?s hard work, but she perseveres in this stunning stop-motion odyssey.
Gadget Boy
Gadget Boy and his trusty sidekick G-Bot are always ready to help. Today they tackle replacing a broken wheel, with interesting results...
The Itch Of The Golden Nit
Beanie's life is forever changed when he's sent on an intergalactic mission to save the world. This energetic animation was made by Aardman Animation Studios (Wallace & Gromit) in collaboration with several hundred British school children!