Wednesday, March 23, 2011

'To The Moon' With Big Movies For Little Kids

The next screening of Big Movies For Little Kids will introduce your little ones to space. Read on:

at Cobble Hill Cinemas
Monday, March 28th at 4pm

Short Films About Space Travel

A special program of shorts including films by two Big Movies for Little Kids favorites, Georges Méliès and Max Fleischer, and featuring Brooklyn Space Program’s incredible SPACE BALLOON (in which director Luke Geissbühler and his 7-year-old son Max launch a homemade spacecraft into the stratosphere), and The Beam Project’s wonderful homage to Méliès, A TRIP TO THE SUN (created last year by a very large number of Brooklyn kids attending summer camp in New Hampshire). (USA, France; not-rated; black and white, and color; animation and live-action; approximately 60 minutes)

At Cobble Hill CinemasTime: 4pm (every other Monday, following the public school calendar)Ages: 2 and up (all ages welcome)Location: Cobble Hill Cinemas, 265 Court Street @ Butler Street, BrooklynSubway: F train to Bergen StreetCost: $7.00 per person (as per theater policy, all walkers need a ticket) To secure seats at Cobble Hill Cinemas, tickets may be purchased on-line

See you at the movies!


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