Most family films nowadays operate on two distinct levels, one for children and another for jaded adults. But Albert Lamorisse’s classic French short The Red Balloon (1956), in which a little boy’s blue-gray existence is brightened by the arrival of a dramatically red balloon, is so pure in its emotion and elemental in its drama that parents may be as moved as their kids. Experimental work by Rose Lowder completes this program, which features live musical accompaniment by the LA-based experimental duo Lucky Dragons.