This summer we’re going to take you on some rollicking film adventures to an Arctic island, Indian backstreets, a Canadian sports pitch and an extraordinarily average German town! Step Inside the head of Pixar’s Riley in Inside Out, watch New Yorker Mickey and her pals try to save a team of wild horses in Wicklow in The Legend of Longwood, and find out just exactly what ‘Esio Trot’ means…
Find out more about the IFI Family Festival 2015.
To mark the opening of the festival we have two family passes (2 adults + 2 children/1 adult + 3 children each) to give away to Winnetou’s Son and 10,000 Moustaches!
ABOUT THE FILMS:
Winnetou’s Son (Saturday, July 18th, 12.30pm)
Winnetou was the Native American hero of German writer Karl May’s classic stories. Ten-year-old blond-haired Max lives Winnetou’s way and is certain he will get the part of Winnetou’s son in the Karl May Festival. First, however, he needs to learn to ride a horse. Up steps Morten, who dresses in black and can’t ride his bike. The unlikely pair take on the town…We’re delighted to welcome Lorenzo Germeno (Max) to the screening. BOOK NOW
10,000 Moustaches (Sunday, July 19th, 3.30pm)
Ulises is nine years old and more than surprised to find he’s grown a large moustache overnight! At first he tries to hide it, but then realises that the moustache has made him famous. His best friends Marcelino and Lula, his uncle’s 10,000 Moustaches Club and his mum all get caught up in Ulises’ hairy adventure. Make and style your own mo at home and show it off at the screening! We will have prizes for the hippest and hairiest! BOOK NOW
To be in with chance to win the family tickets to one of these screenings, just answer the question below! Closing date: midnight, Sunday July 12th 2015. The winners will be notified by email on Monday 13th.
IFI & GOBLIN: SPÁS POIBLÍ
IFI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL: CROWS ARE WHITE
IFI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL: RIDERS ON THE STORM + Q&A
STOP MAKING SENSE 40TH ANNIVERSARY
THE EXORCIST (50TH ANNIVERSARY)
THE OLD OAK
WILD STRAWBERRIES: EMILY
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council