Kids Rule Film Festival – July 17-18, 2020

Cartoon of kids playing

Studio 138 is pleased to be hosting the Kids Rule Film Festival July 17-18, 2020 – a screening of short films for children aged 6 to 14 (all ages welcome). We will be screening films from all around the world including:

  • animation
  • comedy
  • documentary
  • music
  • films for kids made by kids

Suggested rating is PG, with some mildly scary scenes. Join us for a session of unique films from Australia and around the world. Plus, vote for your favourite! Scroll down the page for our full program (including some trailers).

There will be 3 screenings with strictly limited audience sizes, total duration just under 60 minutes. Audience members will be required to sign in for contact tracing. Feel free to bring your own snacks and drinks.

Note: children must be accompanied by an adult

We ask, if you are unwell, to stay home.

If you have any questions or are having difficulties booking tickets, email

How to get to Studio 138:

Park at and access from Myer car park, Dubbo (off Brisbane Street).

Purchase your tickets securely online using PayPal.

Note – if you would like to book a private screening for up to 12 people ($50 total) please click here to send us an email. This can be one of the scheduled sessions or a seperate session.

July 17, 2020 – 6 pm

All tickets are $5 each person


July 18, 2020 – 11 am

All tickets are $5 each person

July 18, 2020 – 4 pm

All tickets are $5 each person

Festival Program

Listen to the Mother of the Sea (Denmark), Rikke Hallund

Detention (USA), Michelle Tang (age 15)

There’s No Place for a Uke on Halloween (Australia), Elizabeth Usher

The Monster (Australia), Quang Tran (age 14)

The Adventures of Balloon Bunny and Mr Dragon (Australia), Elizabeth Hogan (age 14)

The Cloud Cover – A Short-film in Lock-down from Sydney, Australia (Australia), Dev Basak

Wednesday (Canada/French), Lisa Delhom, Jérémy Paquet

Stewy Baby a Dogumentary (USA), Kristin Cooper-Herby

The Double Life of Hugh (USA), Ben Tobin

Ukulele Boogie Woogie (Australia), Elizabeth Usher

Cinematic Love Story (Germany), Patrick Büchting (18)

Recorder Wars (Australia), Linta Roy (17 years)

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