Family: For children
Date: From 13th until 30th July 2019
The secret of Kells Book
In ninth-century Ireland, the young monk Brendan lives in a remote fortified abbey in Kells. With the help of the other monks they build a wall to protect themselves from the attacks of the Vikings, but suddenly he is introduced to a famous master of distant lands who possesses an old unfinished magic book. Hoping to put an end to the story, Brendan will leave the abbey for the first time and enter a forest inhabited by all kinds of creatures.
It is the first feature film from Cartoon Saloon Studios, winner of the Audience Award at the Annecy Festival and nominated for Best Animated Film at the Oscar Awards.
The children will be able to enjoy this jewel of Wes Anderson thanks to the previous explanation that will offer an educator, with the keys so that the small ones can understand the movie.
Set on an island off the coast of New England during the summer of 1965, the film tells the story of a twelve-year-old girl and boy who fall in love, make a secret pact and flee into uncharted territory. When authorities attempt to pursue them, a violent storm forms on the coast and the peaceful island community will be irreparably altered.
When all of Megasaki’s dogs are banished to Garbage Island, Atari Kobayashi, the young pupil of the corrupt mayor of the city, decided to go and find his pet. With the help of his new canine friends, Atari will be involved in an epic odyssey that will be decisive for the future of the prefecture where he lives.
With this stop motion play, Wes Anderson won Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival.