In this series of films our protagonists will have to grow, which is not always easy!
The euro is 20 years old. How old are you? Growing up is not an easy task, but it is inevitable, and it’s as difficult for boys and girls as for parents. These short films show that growing up is discovering friendship, accepting differences, learning to ride a bike, helping others, counting on siblings and parents and them counting on us, understanding that some things are fun but aren’t so good for us.
And one day, without realising it, we’re grown up...
SABAKU - THE BIRD, LOOKING FOR A NEW BUDDY (3 min.)
Marlies Van der Wel, Animation, Netherlands, 2016
LIFE SMARTPHONE (3 min.)
Chenglin Xie, Animation, China, 2015
FATHER AND DAUGHTER (6 min.)
Chenglin Xie, Animation, China, 2017
LEAVING HOME (7 min.)
Joost Lieuwma, Animation, Netherlands, 2013
THE TUMBLIES - BALANCE SCALE (5 min.)
Patrick Raats, Animation, Netherlands, 2013
FOXY & MEG - THE OPPOSITES (3 min.)
André Letria, Animation, Portugal, 2010
CYCLE (2.5 min.)
Sophie Olga de Jong & Sytske Kok, Animation, Netherlands, 2018
MIRIAM’S KITE (5 min.)
Riho Unt, Animation, Estonia, 2013
SPOT AND SPLODGE SEE STARS (7 min.)
Uzi Geffenblad and Lotta Geffenblad, Sweden, 2012
PANIC (6 min.)
Joost Lieuwma and Daan Velsink, Animation, Netherlands, 2015
Cinema at the Museum for kids - "Grow, grow, grow"
Sunday, 2nd of June at 11:00 a.m. (48 min.)
Recommended for ages 6+
Advance booking required
Spoken in Portuguese
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