On 28 January, Pioner Kids lecture series will present a new story about the famous Paddington Bear. Curator and historian Pavel Shvedov will tell about the contemporary understanding of animation.
Paddington, a charming bear cub, lives in London and dreams about giving his Aunt Lucy an antique book about his city. For this he takes on any work he can get and becomes a window washer. One day, a burglar breaks into the bookstore, but Paddington, having chased after him, is arrested by the police. Behind bars, the bear doesn't lose his optimism and ability to find a common language with each and every one around him. Ahead of Paddington lay exciting adventures, and for the burglar – an imminent unmasking.
Based on the books by British writer Michael Bond, with illustrations by Peggy Fortnum, the first film about the charming bear named Paddington appeared in 2014. Paul King, much like Fedor Khitruk before him, was able to turn a popular literary character into a national image. But if the English language Winnie the Pooh became the Russian "Pukh," speaking with Leonov's slightly-altered voice, then Paddington remained a 100% English bear, named in honor of the train station, where he was found by Mr. Brown.
After a break and a treat from Café Pion, a teacher from the TsEKh Contemporary Dance School will work with the children.
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