Kids and Docs: The Greek Film Archive and the Exile Room present a festive screening program for children from 5 to 15 years old that will travel young and old from documentary to animation, with many fun intermediate stops. The purpose of the tribute is to bring children closer to the cinema and to acquaint them with the genre of documentary.
ANALYTICALLY THE PROGRAM:
Saturday 03 / 01 / 2015
Aunt Hilda! (Aunt Hilda !, France / Luxembourg) 89 ′ by Benoit Xie and Jacques-Remy Zierer (Animation)
Ages: 10 + (with subtitles)
Passionate about nature, Hilda has built a vast greenhouse with rare plants from around the world. When a company launches a variety of genetically modified cereals that threaten to devour everything, the eccentric naturalist is the only one who can oppose their satanic plans! A frantic and extremely topical ecological tale by two French meters of animation in great spirits!
16:30 - 18:30
LABORATORY: Playing with Animated Images
CLASSES: XNUMXth Elementary + A '& B' High School
Enough with the big screen, time to get the animation in our hands. Christina Depian will guide a group of students on a different journey in the field of animation that will set your mood, creating a short film with stop motion and pixilation to have a good time in the new year!
View: 5 Euro
View + Workshop: 7 Euro (Ticket Demand Required)
Participation in the workshops is limited and is then made to the Exile Room (210 3223394, daily 11-3m) and to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each lab is self-contained and each child is entitled to attend only one. The maximum number of participants in the workshops per day is 12 individuals.
All screenings and workshops take place at the Greek Film Archive. (Iera Odos 48 & Megalou Alexandrou 134-136, Kerameikos / tel. 210 3609695 / www.tainiothiki.gr)