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Cinemini: We Fly, We Fly Cinemini: Letimo, letimo

razno / various / 2020 / 31 min / No dialogue / 3+

Let’s go up to the clouds. What if mum was an airplane? And what if a little alien landed in our garden? With paper dragons, we fly to Jordan, talk on the phone with birds and, at the end, fly under the sea.

A programme of carefully selected short films from European film archives with guided conversations. The Cinemini European project brings a playful film programme, ranging from tiny stories from the time of our grandparents to interesting films by contemporary artists.

Film programme:

My Mom Is an Airplane! Moia Mama – Samolet
Julija Aronova, Russia, 2013, 7 minutes, little dialogues

A Visit From Space Posjet iz svemira
Zlatko Grgić, Yugoslavia, 1964, 12 minutes, colour, little dialogues

When Cities Fly When Cities Fly
Khaled Mzher, Germany, 2017, 4 minute, colour, no dialogues

Birdcalls Birdcalls
Malcolm Sutherland, Canada, 2006, 5 minutes, no dialogues

My Little Cousteau Maly Cousteau
Jakub Kouřil, Czech Republic, 2014, 8 minutes, no dialogues

The programme is part of the Cinemini Europe education project.

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