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Docs 4 Kids Workshops for Children

The documentary as a growing and learning experience


Since 2008, the Docs 4 Kids workshop has been working, under the scope of the doclisboa festival, to bring the documentary closer to children aged between 6 and 12, by watching films, reflecting on and talking about them, along with artistic proposals which bring to life some of the ideas raised by the films.

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Documentary as a growing and learning experience


Since 2008, the Docs 4 Kids workshop has been working, under the scope of the Doclisboa festival, to bring the documentary closer to children, through watching films, reflecting on and talking about them, along with artistic proposals which bring to life some of the ideas raised by the documentaries.


Where do our eyes reach? How do clouds cross the sky? How fast do waterfalls go? What kind of worms do birds eat? How do we put on a shirt? This workshop will get us "in" two films that invite us to watch - nature, the earth and the hands moving, animals, and the passage of time. From both motion and drawings we shall create new spaces with lines and shapes that put a name to who we really are.


OCT 19 through 28 - Cinema São Jorge



Sous le ciel / Under the Sky

Olivier Dury

6' / France / 2012


Here the presence of the elements is scrutinised with the pointillist precision of an attentive view, scouting the instant when the matter reveals its strangeness: the insatiable fire prolongs silently in the monumental hardness of rock, an icy plain demonstrates unsuspected delicacy when the wind blows up its snowy surface... Suddenly an appearance.


Za Plotem / Behind the Fence
Marcin Sauter

12' / Poland / 2005


"One of the main drives to direct this film was an attempt to return to my childhood days, holidays, and summer heat. I remember those sensations - when the endless number of important details, things to discover, stories to unveil, and subjects to think about would make each day seem to last forever." Marcin Sauter


Coordinated by Maria Remédio



Sessions for families (children aged 4 - 7 with an adult):
OCT 20 (Saturday) - 3.30 pm, Cinema São Jorge
OCT 27 (Saturday) - 10.30 am, Cinema São Jorge
OCT 28 (Sunday) - 10.30 am, Cinema São Jorge
Length: 2hrs


Sessions for children aged 8 - 12:
OCT 21 (Sunday) - 3.30 pm, Cinema São Jorge
OCT 27 (Saturday) - 3.30 pm, Cinema São Jorge
OCT 28 (Sunday) - 3.30 pm, Cinema São Jorge
Length: 2hrs


Prior booking.
Ticket price: €4 (sold at Cinema São Jorge).

Inatel Foundation members - €3.50


Information and bookings:
Phone: + 351 962 104 816

Email: docs4kids@doclisboa.org


Sessions for schools:
OCT 19 (Friday) - 10 am, Cinema São Jorge
OCT 22 through 26 - 10 am, Cinema São Jorge
Length: 1h30m


Prior booking.
Ticket price: €4 per child, at least 10 students.


Information and bookings:
Phone:+351 962 104 816
Email: docs4kids@doclisboa.org


With the support of Fundação Inatel

School Groups

Doclisboa sees students as a privileged audience. In 2011, 2091 students  from more than 40 different schools attended school and general program film sessions.

 

 

There are reduced ticket prices for school groups (€1 per person, at least ten students) if the tickets are booked and picked up beforehand (at least 2 days before the session) - price applicable only at Cinema São Jorge and Culturgest.


Further workshop information and registrations:
Phone: +351 217 619 078

Email: culturgest.servicoeducativo@cgd.pt

 
 
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