Designed to make kids laugh, whoop, think and create, Little Big Shots is Australia’s largest international film festival for kids, and this year it’s back for its 10th anniversary at Sydney Opera House!

With only the finest selection of local and international children’s shorts, animations, documentaries and – amazingly – child-produced films, this year’s festival showcases a range of genres, themes and styles.

For a taste of everything from the Oscar-winning French short film
Mr Hublot to claymation and
book adaptations, from classroom drama to animal comedy, there is a movie for every child

Suitable for ages 5–15.

Why go To see the finest film culture of 2015 for kids in one of the world’s finest Opera Houses

Who is it best for Ages 5–15

Top tip Take a comfy cushion just in case you get a floor position

Facilities World class change rooms and toilets as well as some of the finest dining this side of the equator

Our favourite bit/s Inspiring our next generation of film makers… we can’t wait to see what this year’s best of kids cinema has to offer…

While you’re here Take a walk through the botanic gardens – if you are there in the evening, you might even get to see the highly dramatic evening flight of the bats (yes, really!)

In the area The newly opened Barangaroo Reserve is just a hop, skip and jump away. So head here before or after to enjoy the weekend celebrations they are hosting throughout September, October and into November!

Pictures courtesy Little Big Shots and Sydney Opera House [Bear Story (main image) and Mr Hublot (featured image)]