Children’s cinema: The Big Adventure of a Little Line and other shorts

The heroes of these films will often get into trouble, but all adversities will be overcome thanks to the good humor and strength of friendship

March 25th, 2018, 11:30 AM
Forum Cinema, 5 Legionowa Street
tickets: 12 PLN

Duration: 53 min.
Age rating: 4+

I’m not a mouse, Evgenia Golubeva, Great Britain, 2015, 2 min.

Every time Lucy is called ‘Mouse’ by her Mum, she turns into a real mouse! What is Lucy going to do?

Octopus, Krake, Julia Ocker, Germany, 2015, 4 min.

The octopus wants to bake a yummy peach cake. But one of her arms has (baking) plans of its own.

Stick Man, Jeroen Jaspaert, Great Britain, 2015, 27 min.

Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three, and he’s heading on an epic adventure across the seasons. Will he get back to his family in time for Christmas?

Tiger, Kariem Saleh, Germany, 2015, 4 min.

A happy little tiger is imprinted on a food plate…But if you leave him alone, and he can’t find anything to eat on his plate, he will leave it and travel the lunch table to stay his appetite.

The Runaway Biscuit, La galette court toujours, Pascale Hecquet, France, 2015, 8 min.

The delicious biscuit Mama Rabbit made turns out to be a true rascal and tricks even the Sly Fox.

The Big Adventure of a Little Line, La Grande Histoire d’un petit trait, Antoine Robert, France, 2016, 8 min.

A small boy taking a walk picks up a little line he finds lying on the sidewalk. Putting it in his pocket, he forgets about it entirely. Then the line starts to move – it’s alive! It’s the start of a long, shared adventure. The little line grows up with the boy and becomes his friend. It takes on all kinds of shapes that reflect life’s many emotional nuances. It’s magical! And though the line sometimes gives the boy a hard time and sulks or even hides, it also helps him, encourages and rescues him, surprises and makes him laugh.

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