Mary and the Witch’s Flower
Nov 22, 10.30 (rated PG)
Japanese anime featuring a bold, flame-haired heroine called Mary. Based on the book The Little Broomstick, it’s the first film from Studio Ponoc, home to many former Studio Ghibli animators.
One day, while looking for adventure, Mary finds a bright blue flower which gives her magic powers. Transported to a magic school, she has to deal with monsters, mayhem and mystery before finding her way back home.
Dec 13, 10.30 (rated G)
Walt Disney’s adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s story has long been a favourite of children for its tender portrayal of Peter, the boy who wouldn’t grow up, his self-assured companion Wendy, and the villainous Captain Hook. Sure to leave everyone thinking ‘happy thoughts’.
Feb 7, 10.30
Nick Park’s stop-motion adventure takes a playful look at the history of early people and the ‘possible’ origins of football! Dug, an average caveman, suddenly finds himself having to defend his tribe and their land against the villainous Lord Nooth and his Bronze Age army. With no other means at his disposal, Dug challanges Nooth to a football match.
National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology: After the film, pupils will hear from the National Museum of Ireland team and discover the secrets of surviving as Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers in the Stone Age and life in the Bronze Age.
AGNÈS VARDA: THE GLEANERS AND I
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 2: SEPTEMBER 2018
13.50, 18.20, 20.30
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