Childrens Film Festival

November 14, 2018 @ 9:00 am Asia/Kolkata Timezone
India International Centre (IIC)
Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003

Event Description : FILM FEST : Children’s Film Festival Presenting films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway

Schedule :

14 November (in Multipurpose Hall, Kamaladevi Complex)
At 09:00
The Falcons  (Iceland; 110 min)
Director: Bragi Þór Hinriksson
Ten-year old Jon travels to participate in a week-long football tournament along with his team and realises he’ll have to grow up faster than expected, both on and off the pitch

At 11:30
Secret Society of Souptown (Estonia; 105 min)
Director: Margus Paju
The Secret Society of Souptown is a story of Mari, a courageous and clever 10-year-old. Mari and her three best friends found a secret society, to solve the treasure hunt riddles invented by her grandfather

15 November
At 09:00
We are the Best (Sweden; 102 min)
Director: Lukas Moodysson
This is a story of three young misfit girls growing up in Stockholm. They all put their energy into forming an all-girl punk band

At 11:30
Super Furball (Finland; 85 min)
Director: Joona Tena
Emilia, a suburban kid owner of a pet hamster, gets a secret superpower to transform into a Hyper Hamster, who can fly and solve problems with her super powers

16 November
At 09:00
The Adventures of Gustav (Lithuania; 97 min)
Director:  Kurejai  Pristato
When the insatiable discoverer Gustav catches the travel bug, he decides to set out on a trip around the world to search for his uncle who had disappeared while flying his plane

At 11:30
Operation Arctic (Norway; 89 min)
Director: Grethe Boe-Waal
Through a tragic misunderstanding 13-year-old Julia and her twin siblings Ida and Sindre are left on a deserted island. But they quickly learn how to accept challenges

17 November

At 09:00
Iqbal Farooq and the Secret Recipe (Denmark; 90 min)
Director: Tilde Harkamp
When Iqbal, a charming and imaginative boy, his friend, Sillie and his little brother, Tariq create a potent mixture that blows up the school building, two criminals are eager to get hold of this bomb recipe…

AT 11:30
Paradise ’89  (Latvia; 90 min)
Director: Madara Dišlere

Based on true events, nine-year-old Paula’s story of growing up is set against the background of time when Latvia made her first steps towards independence


Exact Locations at the Venue :
14th November : Multipurpose Hall
15th to 17th November : C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium

Collaboration : Embassies of Denmark; Finland; Iceland; Sweden; and Norway