Cinemini: de sterren en de maan
Cinemini: The Stars and the Moon
Children aged 2 to 6 can experience their first cinema visit in the most beautiful, intimate cinema in Eye. Every Sunday morning, Cinemini opens specially for tiny tots, toddlers and their parents or grandparents. The children are treated to films and can play in a light landscape. Today: the best short films about the moon and the stars.
This time, Cinemini is all about the moon, the sun and above all lots and lots of different stars.
Blauwe maan (Blue Moon) (2')
When Sun finds out that Moon is lonely at night, he and the animals think up a plan to cheer Moon up.
Ursa – The Song of the Northern Lights (10')
Little polar bear Ursa is alone in the cold, dark Arctic and is looking for his mother. He walks through a snowstorm, through ice-cold tundra and sharp ice hills, towards the northern lights and a magical song, hoping to find his mother.
Dodu – The Cardboard Boy (5')
Dodu, the boy made of cardboard, has exciting adventures with his friend the ladybird. The sea, the moon, the boat they travel in – everything is made of cardboard.
Kleine ster (Little Star) (6')
Little Star is about a star who falls from the heavens to earth. It is Christmas, it is dark and all the people on earth want the little star in their home.
Eye’s finest and most intimate film theatre is a great place for children aged 2 to 6 to experience their first cinema visit. Every Sunday morning, Eye’s Cinemini opens especially for preschoolers and their (grand)parents, where children are treated to a film, followed by experiments with light and shadow in small play tents.
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