Cinema aimed at younger audiences is given its chance to shine at the London Children’s Film Festival this month.
From November 22nd to 30th at the capital’s world-famous performing arts centre the Barbican, the festival will include a host of screenings and events to keep the young (and the young at heart…) entertained all week long.
Coinciding handily with the half-term holidays for schools all over London and beyond, the highlights will include: The Ten Lives of Titanic the Cat; Leaps and Bounds and – perhaps the most popular attraction of the whole week – the sing-a-long version of modern Disney classic The Lion King.
Alongside the screenings there will also be a range of activities on offer, with a great emphasis placed on using film as a key medium for learning alongside other traditional means.
Launched in 2005, the London Children’s Film Festival has grown year on year and in 2008 could be the biggest and best yet.
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