Pioner Kids and the "At the Cinema, At Last" festival present Nick Park's classic claymation film, "Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" (2005), one of British studio Aardman's most successful films and Oscar laureate for best animated film. Pavel Shvedov, animation historian and curator, will talk about the film.
Screening and discussion starts at 14:00. Choose your screening carefully on the schedule below!
The unbelievable excitement surrounding the giant vegetable growing contest leads to a spike in popularity in solutions for the rodent problem. But soon, the inventor Wallace and his faithful dog and assistant Gromit encounter a problem: where can they hide the constantly-growing population of captured rabbits. An unlucky experiment with hypnosis leads to Wallace beginning to turn into a werewolf. Now he is under threat of being shot by Lord Quartermaine. Things get more even more complicated with the addition of a romantic scuffle.
"Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" is Aardman Animation's second full-length film, after the success of "Chicken Run" (2000). It concludes the eponymous short film series about the hapless inventor Wallace and his brave friend, Gromit the dog. /p>
After the screening and a treat from Cafe Pion, a teacher from the TsEKh Contemporary Dance School will work with the children.
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