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Shown in Films for children - Matinee 3 (children 3-6 years old) with:
Whistleless, My Friend Lage, Pipsqueak Prince, The Tweetlings: Mice in a Row, The Tweetlings: The Foundling
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Films for children - Matinee 3 (children 3-6 years old)
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subtitles: Polish and English
Whistleless
Fløjteløs
Denmark 2009 / 5’
director: Siri Melchior
screenplay: Siri Melchior
music: Tanera Dawkins
animation: Aaron Lampert, Siri melchior, Christopher Wright, Rachinta Platts, Hyebin Lee
producer: Marie Bro
production: TRUNK Animation, Dansk Tegnefilm, Penn Film Studios
sales: The Danish Cultural Institute, Danish Film Institute
colouration: colour

Once upon a time, there was a little bird who could not sing. Around him could be heard all the sounds of the world, while he was desperately seeking his own voice and wreaking a little havoc in the process. In the end, however, he sucked some air into his little lungs and ... a new world appeared. This melodic, dynamic animation by Siri Melchior involves images that are completely intertwined with music. In fact, the story of the bird is the story of the director herself, who really wanted to learn how to whistle.


My Friend Lage
Min vän Lage
Sweden, Denmark 2013 / 12’
director: Eva Lindström
screenplay: Eva Lindström
editing: David Rylander
animation: Eva Lindström
producer: Lisbet Gabrielsson, Elise Lund Larsen
production: Bullitt Film, Lisbet Gabrielsson Film AB
sales: Swedish Film Institute
colouration: colour

Lage, a small owl, leaves the forest behind and moves to the city, where she has varying experiences: appearing on nature programs, drilling holes in the walls of a store, establishing a flight school, and, in the end, being cheated by another owl and losing everything. She still has one friend, however, who tells the entire story. This traditional animation using hand-painted paper elements is part of a trilogy called Animal Friends and is based on a book by Eva Lindström.


Pipsqueak Prince
Le Trop petit prince
France 2001 / 7’
director: Zoia Trofimova, Iouri Tcherenkov
screenplay: Zoia Trofimova, Iouri Tcherenkov
editing: Hervé Guichard
music: Evgueni Galperine
animation: Zoia Trofimova
producer: Patrick Eveno, jacques-Rémy Girerd
production: Folimage
sales: FOLIMAGE STUDIO
colouration: colour

Every morning, as soon as the Pipsqueak Prince opens his window, he sees a strange stain on the sun. He tries to wash it off in any way he can possibly think of. He climbs up onto a stable, scrubs the stars and fights with the clouds. Only in the evening, just before sunrise, does he finally manage to set things right. Will we find out where this strange, stubborn stain comes from? The director of this classic drawn animation leaves the most important part of the story for the very end.


The Tweetlings: Mice in a Row
Pipungerne: Mus på stribe
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

On a sunny day, a tweetling named Saxe heads out to look for berries. It meets a little mouse that is snacking on one of its berries and then runs away. A little while later, the little bird meets a much bigger mouse that is looking for its little sister, and the remaining seven are left in the care of Saxe and Sille. The tweetlings do not know how to look after the little ones, who immediately run off in all directions. Our two heroes manage, however, to get control over the little ones, and Saxe comes to understand that he should not be selfish.


The Tweetlings: The Foundling
Pipungerne: Hittebarnet
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

While playing with a ball, Sille and Saxe find an egg. While Saxe does not agree at first, Sille decides to warm it up in Saxe’s shell. When the baby hatches, the tweetlings head out to look for its family. However, no one wants to look after the foundling. Saxe wants to put the shell back together, while Sille feels bad for the little one. In the end, however, they find its mother, a bird with long red legs, and they can go back to playing their games with a clean conscience.

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