A session of recent films for a child audience in the Planetarium and Baluarte. Short films that show that another kind of child cinema is possible, with the Planetarium’s screen joining Punto de Vista.
Practical information. Screening in the Planetarium: Saturday 29 February at 12:00 and in Baluarte on Saturday 7 March at 11:00. Tickets on sale at: Planetario and Baluarte.
Marcos Pérez, Martin Pawley. Spain. 2017.14'. Fulldome
The worry about safety measures has distanced us from fireworks, a spectacle that used to be immersive yet we enjoy from afar nowadays. Fogos, shot from the point of view of the pyrotechnics, brings the public back to the centre of the action. Thus a film is born where it proposes us just to look and listen, the essence present in cinema's arts and sciences.
Julia Ocker. Germany. 2018. 4’
The little anglerfish gets scared when the lights go off.
Alžběta Skálová. Czech Republic. 2017. 10’
Furry lives in a clearing surrounded by dark woods with a pack of animal friends. Their only food is rare orange seeds that transform into large glowing fruit as soon as they touch the ground. Furry’s friends are afraid to venture into the scary woods, but he’s bored doing nothing but waiting.
Oana Lacroix. Switzerland. 2018. 6’
In a large forest where single-coloured birds live, everyone has found his place in a tree that looks like him. But what happens when a bird has two colours?
EL TIGRE SIN RAYAS
Raúl Robin Morales. France. 2018. 9’
A little tiger decides to take a long journey in search of his lost stripes.
RACCOON AND THE LIGHT
Hanna Kim. USA. 2018. 4’
A raccoon finds a flashlight in the woods. As he is a nocturnal animal, he loves the night but the light will allow him to explore the dark and discover some of the creatures that live in it.