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7. January 2020 | 13:30 - 9. January 2020 | 16:30
from 7 through 9 January
During this year’s school Christmas holidays, we have a special offer to our young visitors.
From Tuesday, 7 January to Thursday, 9 January, we show six children’s film highlights in our cinema. Each movie ticket includes the admission to our permanent exhibition as well as to our film studio and the Cinemini Light Laboratory.
Admission fee: 5 Euro (For children and accompanying adults)
Admission fee for cinema only: 4 Euro
Registration for after-school groups, call 069 961 220 – 220
Opening hours permanent exhibition: 10:00 – 18:00
Opening hours film studio & light lab: 14:00 – 18:00
Tuesday, 7 January, 13:30
Tuesday, 7 January, 15:30
USA 2018. Director: Karey Kirkpatrick. Animation film. 97 mins. DCP. German language version. Recommended for 8 years and older.
Migo, like all yetis, does not believe in the existence of humans – until he meets a “small foot” in the mountains. Together with his girlfriend Meechee, he wants to prove not only that smallfoot actually exist, but also that they are much more peaceful than the yetis believe.
Wednesday, 8 January, 13:30
Wednesday, 8 January, 15:30
Cinemini Short Film Programme
Recommended for 4 years and older
Art and experimental films from various European countries entertain the whole family. A member of the Cinemini team will guide through the programme. Cinemini is a European project for film education for the youngest: Together with four partner institutions, the DFF selects films and develops educational concepts targeted at four to six-year-olds.
Thursday, 9 January, 13:30
Thursday, 9 January, 15:30
SHAUN DAS SCHAF – DER FILM: UFO-ALARM
GB 2019. Director: Richard Phelan, Will Becher. Animation film. 87 mins. German language version. Recommended for 6 years and older.
In its second feature-length film, the well-known clay figure gets a visit from an alien: a cute blue creature called Lu-la. A new adventure for Shaun, as always made with a love of detail, with a lot of slapstick comedy and all kinds of allusions to Spielberg’s classic E.T..