Keeping the track of news from the world, we understand this time is extremally difficult for many. In such challenging conditions we need to take good care of ourselves, stay home and create our private cosy Ale Kino! Home Cinema!
And so, we present a list of festival films you can watch on your home screens. This week let us give you some recommendations for feature films!
Age group: 6+
A favourite of all kids and – let’s be honest – adults likewise, as everyone adore the main characters of ‘Casper and Emma’s Treasurehunt’!
Casper and Emma will spend their holidays at the girl’s grandfather’s. Time at the seaside is a great opportunity to swim, build sandcastles, collect seashells, fly kites, or even fish. One day at the beach, they find a mysterious chest – a time capsule containing a map and souvenirs from the past. Discovering the secrets of the locals will allow them to learn more about the way people used to live.
Age group: 9+
A powerful doze of humour and strength – in other words, the hit of Ale Kino! 2018, ‘I am William’.
The Danish film in a truly optimistic, witty way tells a story of a brave and clever boy, who is able to overcome obstacles and grand difficulties. At the end, he can say with pride: I have a girlfriend, I am a part of this world!
Age group: 10+
Apparently, we all got into some real troubles lately… That is why ‘Double Trouble’ – one of the best Polish movies for young viewer – is our next recommendation!
Friendship is not an easy matter and Julka knows it perfectly well. She is twelve, attending a boarding school and she has never had a real friend. Holidays start, and with them trouble. Instead of going to her parents to Canada, Julka is sent to stay with her aunt in Warsaw. Olek lives in the same building. When the kids discover a treasure map, an adventure begins. But to sort things out Julka must overcome her lack of trust and dare to befriend Olek.
Age group: 14+
For the teenagers we have the hit of Ale Kino! 2018 and a nominee to EFA Young Audience Award at the same time – the British movie ‘Old Boys’
Cyrano de Bergerac in a boarding school. An intelligent and inventive nerd Will Anderson helps a handsome but spectacularly dull Winchester pick up Agnes, a super-attractive daughter of a new French teacher.
Age group: 16+
To our young adults, we recommend a movie that stole the hearts of the Ale Kino! 2019 audience.
Friends since forever, Franky and Ballas belong to the school elite. They are handsome top swimmers, who date the most popular girls. Their perfect life turns upside down overnight when, after Franky’s wild and boozy birthday party, they find themselves unexpectedly close to each other – literally. The night will change their friendship and lives forever.