Cinemini: Gewoon anders
In this episode of Cinemini all characters either are or feel out of place and would really like to belong. Fortunately, there’s a very happy end to every story. Cinemini is open especially for children from the age of 2 to 6. With supervised play.
Blauwe maan (Marsha Onderstijn, NL 2014, 2')When Sun finds out Moon is lonely at night, he and the animals think of a plan to cheer Moon up.
Kuap (Nils Hedinger, CH 2018, 7')A tadpole keeps missing the chance to become a frog. He”s unlike all other tadpoles that do turn into frogs. Every year he is left behind on his own. Fortunately, there”s plenty to discover in the water and spring returns every year. A delightful small story about growing up.
Looks (Susan Hoffman, DE 2014, 4')Looks tells the story of a grey lynx who is the odd one out in a world filled with multi-coloured animals. He”s shunned and even bullied by the coloured animals of his own kind. In his search to become accepted, he decides to take some strong measures.
Zebra (Julia Ocker, DK 2013, 3')When Zebra accidentally bumps into a tree, he discovers he has a very special quality.
Coucouleurs (Oana Lacroix, CH 2018, 6')In a large wood filled with birds of one colour, all birds have made a home on a tree that resembles them. But what about the bird with two colours?
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.