Wednesday | 05.08.20

Monthly Screenings

Children Cinema Club

Preview Screening

The Stolen Princess

Dir.: Oleg Malamuzh
| 85 minutes

Despite their differences, Mila (a princess) and Ruslan (a traveling actor with aspiration of becoming a knight) find themselves to be kindred spirits. But when Mila is kidnapped by an evil sorcerer, Roslan sets out to save her. 

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) on fairy tales that became comedies


Dir.: Ross Venokur
| 90 minutes

Prince Phillip is the heartbreaker of the kingdom. His father decides to teach him a lesson and orders him to marry or lose the crown. When Phillip meets Lenore, a spirited maiden that cannot love, the two set out on an adventure.

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) about games that turned into movies

Harvie and the Magic Museum

Dir.: Martin Kotic, Inna Evlannikova
| 85 minutes

Harvie has one ambition in life, to get his father’s attention by finishing a computer game. But his father is preoccupied by the upcoming closure of the family’s doll museum. But finishing the game is just the beginning of the adventure for the two....

Norm of the North 2

Dir.: Tim Maltby
| 103 minutes

While Norm is in the city trying to prove he is worthy of his title of King of the Pole; a water company arrives to the Pole wanting to turn the ice poles into water and sale it. Will Norm be able to save his home again?

Nir Wild (in Heb.) on the secrets of monsters and how to catch them

Mission Kathmandu

Dir.: Pierre Greco
| 92 minutes

A private eye and a university research assistant search for the abominable snowman in the Himalayas. With lovely animation, a story full of twists and turns, and two captivating heroes, Mission Kathmandu is a delightful treat for the whole family.