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Second year of Film Festival For Kids. Complete programme here.
(Song Of The Sea) Directed by: Tomm Moore , English version / Czech subtitles, 93 min
Directed by academy award nominee (for The Secret of Kells) Tomm Moore, this visually stunning fantasy animation combines beautiful artwork with deeper meaning and is inspired by the Celtic legend of the ‘selkies’ – beings that are human when on land, becoming seal-like creatures in the sea. A selkie father lives in a lighthouse with his children, Ben and the silent Saoirse, who are overshadowed by the loss of their mother. Saorise’s enchanted shell flute, which she uses to communicate, holds the key to a secret in their mother’s past, and Ben recognises that Saoirse is able to revive the legends their mother told them – if she could only find her voice and he could conquer his fear.
In the end of 1920’s the Czech culture received a strong impulse from Surrealism. In the time of the Protectorate and Stalinism that followed, surrealists still worked in hiding. In the more liberated 1960’s the Surrealist aesthetics became more popularized and domesticated. The film poster is proof of that. More info.
01 - MANON MEURT - Untitled
02 - JAPE - Absolutely Animals
03 - MOURN - Dark Issues
04 - ALL WE ARE - Go
05 - PORTICO - Bright Luck (ft. Jono McCleery)
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