Pioner Kids and the "Mel" educational publishing house present a collaborative series of screenings at which experts and friends of the project will recommend films that adults can watch with children, and children – with adults. KinoMel opens on 11 February with a screening of "Paddington" (2014). Journalist, author of "Mama at Zero" (Mama na nule), and founder of the Family Tree Project Anastasia Izyumskaya will join the audience.
The well-known story of Paddington Bear begins at the train station of the same name, where the Brown family finds him. Housing him for a night turns out to be a catastrophe, as a bear in an English home is no less trouble than a bull in a china shop. But gradually, the Browns learn that they need Paddington no less than he needs them. And when the shadow of a taxidermist hangs over the new member of the family, they take his side in good faith.
Director Paul King was able to turn British writer Michael Bond and illustrator Peggy Fortnum's popular literary character into a national image. The proof is in the success of its recently-released sequel.
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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