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Cinemini: Op avontuur

Cinemini: Op avontuur

Today, Cinemini will head out on adventure in five different stories. Adventures in a cupboard, underground, around the globe, underwater or just a great big adventure with your tail.

poster Cinemini
Today we will watch five fun adventures, especially for the very youngest children. Followed by a game.

Programme

  • still Achter de kast (Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukacs, NL 2005)

    Achter de kast (Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukacs, NL 2005)

    If you go behind the cupboard ... you will find yourself floating through fairy tale woods with moss on the ground, squirrels and lampposts. Sometimes it snows there, sometimes it is a little creepy. It’s dark, the moon is out and the red toadstools are coming up everywhere. If you listen carefully you can hear a wolf howling. And the last time, the woods will make you happy.

  • still Waar is Ko? (Jorn Leeuwerink, Emma van Dam & Robin Aerts, NL 2016)

    Waar is Ko? (Jorn Leeuwerink, Emma van Dam & Robin Aerts, NL 2016)

    Cas gets a rabbit for his birthday, but the very next day Ko has disappeared from his hutch. Now what to do? You go out looking! During his search he meets Mol, and, encounters a new surprise every time he comes above ground. Is he going to be able to find his new friend?

  • still Cycle (Sophie Olga de Jong & Sytske Kok, NL 2018)

    Cycle (Sophie Olga de Jong & Sytske Kok, NL 2018)

    A small, round story about a girl being taught to cycle by her grandad and discovering how big an adventure that is.

  • still The Little Cousteau (Jakub Kouřil, CZ 2014)

    The Little Cousteau (Jakub Kouřil, CZ 2014)

    The boy in this brief animation loves filmmaker and marine scientist Jacques Cousteau, and fantasises about undersea adventures in a snow-covered city. He starts a journey to find Cousteau. After all, he must live with the large octopus on the film poster?

  • still My Happy End (Milen Vitanov, DE 2007)

    My Happy End (Milen Vitanov, DE 2007)

    Fun, cut-out animation about a dog and his tail. All dogs chase their tails. One day a dog manages to catch his. They become best friends, radically changing the dog’s life.

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This movie is suitable for all ages

Length

60 min.

Event language

Dutch

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Cinemini

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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still My Happy End (Milen Vitanov, DE 2007)
still The Little Cousteau (Jakub Kouřil, CZ 2014)
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