Big Bad Wolf
Short Scares

ABOUT THE SCREENINGS
This year, the Big Bad Wolf returns for three more screenings of short films at the Cinemateca Júnior, with a compilation for children from the age six and up as well as another screening planned for an audience starting from ten years old. These short film screenings from around the world are intended to stimulate the imagination of the little ones and entertain the whole family with a great diversity of monsters and creatures, fantastic and imaginary worlds.

Screenings: 
6 & 8 SEP: 6+ | 15h00 
7 SEP: 10+ | 15h00 
Runtime: until 60 minutes  
Ages: 6+/12+  
Price: 
Children up to 16 years old €1.10 
Adults €3.20
Discounts:
Friends of the Cinematheque and Cinema Students €1.35  
Students, Youth Card, 65+, Retirees €2.15 

ABOUT THE ACTIVITY
As part of the Family Saturdays usually organised by the Cinemateca Júnior, the youngest will also be able to enjoy during MOTELX an activity conceived and guided by Maria Remédio where they will become creators of some fearsome creatures. What are you afraid of? What makes you shiver? Who knows Dr. Frankenstein and his infamous creation? Join us in a dark screening room and learn what you are capable of! We will have the means to become scientists/engineers/creators of a mini-monster with a variety of materials available in our lab! Let's do some experiments?

8 SEP | 11h00
Runtime: 120 minutes  
Ages: 7 - 10 years old
Price: €2.65 
Vacancies: 12 children

Previous registration mandatory for the activity until 4 September through one of the following  contacts:
cinemateca.junior@cinemateca.pt  
213 462 157


Films:
Screening 6+
Between the Trees (UK, 2015), by Frank Harper 
Big Game (South Africa, 2013), by Jarrod Hasenjager
The Decaf (South Africa, 2017), by Christopher Masuabi
Fruits of Clouds (Czech Republic, 2017), by Kateřina Karhánková
Doctor of Monster/Médico de Monstro (Brazil, 2017), by Gustavo Teixeira
Mr. Night Has a Day Off (Lithuania, 2016), by Ignas Meilunas 
Nouvelle Cuisine (Spain, 2017), by Manuel Reyes Halaby
The Passenger (Australia, 2006), by Chris Jones
Space Cocks (Germany, 2016), by Janina Putzker

Screening 10+
Beasts/Die Biester (Germany, 2017), by Sandra Schießl
The Face Shop (USA, 2010), by Noella Borie
Less Than Human (Denmark, 2017), by Steffen Bang Lindholm
Nocturne/Nachtstück (Germany, 2016), by Anne Breymann
Shock Therapy (UK, 2017), by Bali Engel, Matthieu Landour
Teddy's Nightmare (Poland, 2014), by Mateusz Staniszew
Zombriella (Germany, 2016), by Benjamin Gutsche
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