We are all tired of staying at home and nothing better than planning the best upcoming days to improve the mood. 🙂
With the return of school activities, we are back in touch because another edition of IndieJunior is about to come, which will take place from April 29th to May 9th, 2021. Given the current situation, in addition to taking place in the usual rooms of the festival, the sessions can also take place in schools, if you find it safer. We invite you to participate with your students and colleagues in another edition, as IndieJunior depends on the active participation of schools, teachers and students.
The schedule is being designed, according to each age group, bringing together surprising, fun and themed films relevant to the entire school community.
This year we have two options of participation:
1) Receive IndieJunior in your schools
2) Go to IndieJunior in the usual movie theaters in April / May
Taking into account the current context, we adapted the offer of films to a new modality. You will be able to make / keep the registration for the option of bringing the schools to the movie theaters, but you will also have the option of receiving the films to screen directly in the classroom. The film program is the same in movie theaters or at school.
We wait for you and your students, in movie theaters or at school, with an offer of films that will contribute to everyone’s learning, fun, reflection and growth. A relaxed moment that we think is important, because through cinema we can have fun even living tough times.
Bring your class to the festival! You can guarantee seats for your students through the link
Registration has a price of 1,50€ per student (teachers and auxiliaries are exempt) and payment can be made closer to the day of the screening.
We are aware to the development of the current situation and we will be in contact. Together we will find a place and an alternative to make cinema get to the children and youth 🙂
Questions and more information: [email protected]
IndieJúnior has a programme of short and feature films – fiction, documentary and animation – for the various age groups, including preschool, 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles. The films are carefully chosen so as to correspond to the interests, problems and inspirations of each age group, with the aim of establishing a relationship between each work and student, leaving space for debate and reflection in school, at home and in life.