Schools Screenings: Partner Venues

19 - 23 November 2012 / 10:00
Various venues


Tickets:
See event listing for details.

subject to availability



Phoenix Cinema – Mon 19 Nov, 10am
Wunderkinder (12A*)
Set in the Ukraine in 1941, two Jewish children and a young German girl are brought together by their shared love of music. But when the Nazis invade and the world around them changes, the trio is pulled apart and their friendship tested to its very limits.
Germany 2011 Dir Markus Rosenmüller 100 min
In German with English subtitles
Recommended age 9/10+ / KS3

Student tickets £1.00, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential – please email education@phoenixcinema.co.uk or telephone the Phoenix on 020 3074 1967 for reservations.


Hackney Picturehouse - Mon 19 Nov, 10am
Gattu (PG*)
Nine-year-old Gattu works in a junkyard and dreams of flying the highest kite in town. So to achieve his goal, he disguises himself as a student to gain access to the tallest roof in town – the top of the local school – and high jinx ensue.
India 2011 Dir Rajan Khosa 80 min
In Hindi with English Subtitles
Recommended age: 7/8+ / KS2

Student tickets: £2.50, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential - for Picturehouse bookings please contact Picturehouse Education – Leah Byrne or Elinor Walpole Leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk / Elinor.W@picturehouses.co.uk


Stratford Picturehouse – Tue 20 Nov, 10am
Strong! (PG*)
This inspirational documentary focuses on Cheryl Haworth, a talented young woman who was America’s top ranked weight-lifter in her teens. Cheryl explodes popular stereotypes of beauty, power and strength and comes out on top.
US 2012 Dir Julie Wyman 76 min
Recommended age: 9+ / KS3

Student tickets: £2.50, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential - for Picturehouse bookings please contact Picturehouse Education – Leah Byrne or Elinor Walpole Leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk / Elinor.W@picturehouses.co.uk


Ritzy Picturehouse – Wed 21 Nov, 10am
The Tempest (15*)
A celebration of contemporary youth culture, this urban documentary follows a group of young actors re-imagining Shakespeare’s stormy drama. The Oval is transformed into a magical island and the players are placed in South London’s streets. A rich, euphoric blend of the Bard at his best and a daring company of the best of the capital’s young talent.
UK 2012 Dirs Anthony Fletcher and Rob Curry 78 min
Recommended age: 15+ / KS4

Student tickets: £2.50, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential - for Picturehouse bookings please contact Picturehouse Education – Leah Byrne or Elinor Walpole Leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk / Elinor.W@picturehouses.co.uk


Greenwich Picturehouse – Thu 22 Nov, 10am
Wunderkinder (12A*)
Set in the Ukraine in 1941, two Jewish children and a young German girl are brought together by their shared love of music. But when the Nazis invade and the world around them changes, the trio is pulled apart and their friendship tested to its very limits.
Germany 2011 Dir Markus Rosenmüller 100 min
In German with English subtitles
Recommended age 9/10+ / KS3

Student tickets: £2.50, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential - for Picturehouse bookings please contact Picturehouse Education – Leah Byrne or Elinor Walpole Leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk / Elinor.W@picturehouses.co.uk


Clapham Picturehouse – Fri 23 Nov, 10am
Alfie the Little Werewolf (PG*)
An unmissable treat for all the family, this delightful tale of transformation is bursting with eccentric characters and crazy situations. When, on his 7th birthday, Alfie turns into a fluffy werewolf, he tries to keep it a secret from his family, but soon his midnight activities get him into hot water and he must enlist the help of his foster brother to get him out of trouble.
Belgium 2011 Dir Jacqueline de Geoij 90 min
Recommended age: 6+ / KS2

Student tickets: £2.50, accompanying adults free.
Booking is essential - for Picturehouse bookings please contact Picturehouse Education – Leah Byrne or Elinor Walpole Leah.B@picturehouses.co.uk / Elinor.W@picturehouses.co.uk





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