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Cinema at the Museum for kids: "Imagined architectures"

Free admission

In this movie series our protagonists will spin the imagination until they lose their balance.

In this session we discover very strange places and houses that spin the imagination until it loses its balance. In fact, all of this and more are our accustomed protagonists: Aleksander, who lives in a village suspended in the clouds; the residents of an imbalanced house that swings back and forth, because - who should remember? - they built it right on a hill; or the acorn boy who, first he can get to his feet, is a cost!

Home sweet home (10 min.)
Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet, Paccolat Stéphane, France, 2013

The Acorn Boy (10 min.)
Dace Riduze, Latvia, 2011

Spot and Splodge: the decoration (7 min.)
Uzi Geffenblad and Lotta Geffenblad, Sweden, 2012

Hedgehogs and town (10 min.)
Evalds Lacis, Latvia, 2013

Aleksander (5 min)
Rémy Dereux, Maxime Hibon, Juliette Klauser, Raphaëlle Ranson, Louise Seynhaeve, France, 2010

At the end of the world (8 min.)
Konstantin Bronzit, France, 1998


Cinema at the Museum for kids: "Imagined architectures"
Saturday, October 12 at 11:00 a.m. (50 min.)

Recommended for ages 4+
Advance booking required
Spoken in Portuguese

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