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Film Screening



Wolfwalkers



Date of Screening: 27-November-2022

Time of Screening: 16:00

Location of Screening: The Rainbow Theater First Circle – Jabal Amman

Director: Tom Moore and Ross Stewart

Country: Ireland

Production Year: 2020



Sunday 27 November
At 4 PM

Wolfwalkers

(Suitable for children above 10 years)

Tom Moore and Ross Stewart, 103 min, Adventure/Fantasy, in English with Arabic subtitles, Ireland, 2020

A young hunter journeys to Ireland with her father to help wipe out the last wolf pack, but then she befriends a free-spirited girl from a mysterious tribe rumored to transform into wolves by night.

The movie has been nominated for the Academy Awards (Oscar) for Best Animated Feature and BAFTA Awards for Best Animated Feature Film. It has won numerous awards including the Annie Awards for Best Animated Independent Feature, Outstanding Achievement for Character Design in an Animated Feature, Outstanding Achievement for Production Design and Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting, the Austin Film Critics Association Awards for Best Animated Film, Chicago Film Critics Association Awards for Best Animated Film, Best Irish Film at Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards, Best Animation Film at Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, Best Animated Film at New Mexico Film Critics and others.



A collection of short narrative and animation films



Date of Screening: 27-November-2022

Time of Screening: 18:00

Location of Screening: The Rainbow Theater First Circle – Jabal Amman

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Sunday 27 November
At 6 PM
A collection of short narrative and animation films suitable for children above 10 years

Followed by the Awards Ceremony
 
Fish
Saleh Boufella, 7 min, Narrative, in Arabic with English subtitles, Algeria, 2021

A group of children accompany their teacher on a beach tour when they come across a dead fish. They try to identify the causes but finding out the killer’s identity is shocking!

Ibn El Ballad
Tony El Ghazal, 13 min, Narrative, in Arabic with English subtitles, Qatar/Jordan/Canada, 2021

Firas, a Jordanian Lebanese nine-year-old boy, visits Jordan for the first time to renew his passport. After constantly feeling like a stranger in Lebanon, he is convinced that he would finally feel at home in Jordan. Determined to fit in, Firas must go to the extreme to prove that he can finally belong.

A Letter to My Friend in France
Akram Bezawy, 12 min, Narrative, in Arabic with English subtitles, Egypt, 2021

When imagination and freedom of speech are hindered by pre-determined boundaries, only a higher power can provide a breakthrough. Rami's encounter with "his friend in France" proves this thesis, and with a little impulsivity and imagination, the young boy learns a bit about himself.

Cages
Hussein Alugaili, 3 min, Animation, No Dialogue, Iraq, 2022

Laboratory experiments are conducted on a group of animals causing a genetic change that distorts their appearance. The conflict between humans and animals is everlasting.

The Human
Sardar Zangana, 2 min, Animation, Silent, Iraq, 2022

When people are born, they are usually labelled by the society. But we can accept others with their differences.