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26th July, 10:00
Shown in Films for children - Matinee 1 (children 3-6 years old) with:
Aston’s Presents, The Elephant and the Bicycle, I’m Running Away!, The Tweetligs: Down by the Riverside, The Tweetlings: The Guard and the Princess
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Films for children - Matinee 1 (children 3-6 years old)
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subtitles: Polish and English
Aston’s Presents
Astons Presenter
Sweden 2012 / 9’
director: Uzi Geffenblad, Lotta Geffenblad
screenplay: Lotta Geffenblad, Uzi Geffenblad (based on the story „Astons Presenter” by Lotta Geffenblad
music: Uzi Geffenblad
animation: Elinor Bergman
producer: Uzi Geffenblad
production: Zigzag Animation
sales: Swedish Film Institute
language: Swedish
colouration: colour

A little puppy named Aston cannot wait for his birthday and his presents. When the day comes, however, and he receives a new bike and a kite arrives in the mail, Aston cannot enjoy them, as it is always raining outside. The puppy finds one thing, however, that, although it does not look very impressive, turns out to be a perfect and reliable present. Based on a series of books, this animation is a warm story about expectations and the power of the imagination.


The Elephant and the Bicycle
Le Vélo de l’éléphant
France 2014 / 9’
director: Olesya Shchukina
screenplay: Olesya Shchukina
editing: Hervé Guichard
music: Yan Volsy
animation: Olesya Shchukina, Lucrèce Andreae, Marjolaine Parot
producer: Corinne Destombes, Arnaud Demuynck
production: Folimage
sales: FOLIMAGE STUDIO
colouration: colour

In a crowded city, there lives an elephant who works valiantly as a garbage collector, cleaning up the streets. One day, seeing a giant ad for a bicycle, he decides to work more and to save every penny. Imagine his disappointment if his dream does not become a reality. Imagine what the elephant’s sadness will mean for the city. However, sometimes dreams do come true, and the gray world becomes colorful again. This story about an elephant is a colorful animation using decoupage.


I’m Running Away!
Jag rymmer!
Sweden 2013 / 12’
director: Eva Lindström
screenplay: Eva Lindström
editing: David Rylander
music: Halfdan E
animation: Eva Lindström
producer: Lisbet Gabrielsson, Elise Lund Larsen
production: Bullitt Film, Lisbet Gabrielsson Film AB
sales: Swedish Film Institute
language: Swedish
colouration: colour

A little lamb, overtaken by its own courage, runs away from the pasture. In the forest, it makes a new friend, who invites it home. But the other sheep do not even look for it. Does the act of escape become a great adventure when we run away or when someone looks for us? This wise parable about the need to be part of a community and about what gives meaning to our choices is told in an exceptional original painted animation.


The Tweetligs: Down by the Riverside
Pipungerne: Turen til åen
Denmark 2009 / 6’
director: Tone Tarding
screenplay: Jonas Wagner
music: Michael Blicher
animation: Anders Nejsum, Caroline Henriques-Nielsen, Anne Louise Laugesen
producer: Marie Bro
production: Dansk Tegnefilm
sales: The Danish Cultural Institute, Danish Film Institute
language: Danish
colouration: colour

Two tweetlings head down to the river. Sille wants to take a bath, while Saxe wants to go fishing. This is not so easy, however, when there are merry frogs jumping, croaking, and playing all around. When Saxe manages to catch a fish, Sille and the frogs convince him to throw it back in the water, teaching Saxe something new. Down by the Riverside is one of four episodes about the adventures of two tweetlings for whom every encounter with the world is a great new adventure.


The Tweetlings: The Guard and the Princess
Pipungerne: Vagten og Prinsessen
Denmark 2009 / 6’
director: Tone Tarding
screenplay: Jan Vierth, Anders Sparring, Tome Tarding
music: Michael Blicher
animation: Anders Nejsum, Caroline Henriques-Nielsen, Anne Louise Laugesen
producer: Marie Bro
production: Dansk Tegnefilm
sales: The Danish Cultural Institute, Danish Film Institute
language: Danish
colouration: colour

Eye shadow made of pollen, a dress of petals, a little crown, and Sille looks like a princess. Saxe is supposed to guard her kingdom. He cannot hold back the ants, however, who get past him and escape with Sille’s crown. In pursuit, the tweetlings are led to an anthill where they meet a real queen, and, in the end, their loss becomes a victory. Another in a series of four episodes about the tweetlings.

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