Films’ program and screenings for the whole family presented

White smoke! It is time to organize your agendas and selected everything you want to do and see at IndieJunior 2018. Here are some clues:

.: (for all ages) The Quotidiano Animalário screening was created for the whole family (April 29, May 1 and May 5). We will show eight animated short films ending with Julia Ocker’s hilarious story about a Penguin, who just wants the party to go smoothly but he deosn’t know that when you have to walk on ice you can’t be careful enough.

.: (for all ages) The Tu cá Tu lá screening was also prepared for the whole family (May 5th). During the unique screening the actor Pedro Cardoso will use his skills and vocal chords to give voice to the films The Roundy Belly Wolf, by Marion Jamault, in which a very hungry wolf discovers a talent that will help him to always get his belly full, and Rentrée des Classes, by Jaques Rozier, which tells the story of a boy and his adventures on his first day at school.

.: (+ 5 years old)  “Strá … tum … pschh” a film-concert that will have two drummers composing a live soundtrack for two short films (The Chess Fever by Vsevolod Pudovkin and Nikolai Shpikovsky and Policemen by Buster Keaton) on April 28, at 4pm at Culturgest’s Grand Auditorium. Quim Albergaria (Paus) and Ricardo Martins (Pop dell’Arte) in a unique and unrepeatable moment, creating a dialogue between cinema and music, a magic screening for all ages. Not to be missed!

.: (+ 8 years old) And of course we needed a funny feature film to complete IndieJunior’s programme. Mr.Frog, by Anna van der Heide, is a comedy full of fantasy where there’s no problem in being green, slimy and having four legs. A film inspired by Paul Van Loon’s book. (May 1st and 6th).

To learn more about IndieJúnior’s program, locations and schedules check the families calendar here.