31 July, 2020 //


It’s not an easy task keeping children occupied right now so we are hoping to relieve the pressure a little with some quality short films and resources, courtesy of Access Cinema.

This is an animated story with no dialogue. It is told through the animation itself, music and sound effects. It tells the story of a little girl who knocks on her elderly neighbour’s door looking for her lost pet. Whilst in her neighbour’s flat she inadvertently lets out her neighbour’s caged pet bird. The bird escapes through the open window. After some well intended attempts, at first separately and then together, they search for the elusive and tantalising bird. The young girl and the elderly neighbour combine their individual skills and talents to achieve a successful outcome, broadening their horizons in the process.

Resources for Outdoors

Duration: 7 minutes
Language: French
Classified as PG and with a recommended age of 8-12 years (approximately)