Cinemini: Klein maar fijn
Eye’s Cinemini theatre opens every month for our smallest viewers. This time we offer a special programme on little animals and little people. Have you ever seen anything like it? A small cloud and a big whale become friends and a tiny fox wants to grow bigger with water from a watering can!
With work by Georgian, Russian and Swiss filmmakers.
The Cloud and the Whale (Aliona Tomilova, RU 2016)
A moving story about the friendship between a tiny cloud and a big whale.
The Gossamer (Natalia Chernysheva, RU 2015)
A special friendship is woven when a little spider becomes inspired by the knitting patterns of an old lady.
The Pocket Man (Ana Chubinidze, FR/CH/GE 2016)
A little man lives in an old suitcase. One day he finds a new friend, a blind old man. The little man jumps into the blind man”s pocket and helps the blind man see things again with music.
The Teeny-Weeny Fox (Aline Quertain en Sylwia Szkiladz, FR/CH/BE 2015)
In a luxuriant garden, a tiny fox meets a girl with a watering can who can grow giant plants. The fox would also like to grow a little bigger. Together they discover that they can make all kinds of objects grow, but the girl likes the fox best the way he is.
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.