Farewell to another summer…
For the fifth summer running, Park Your Cinema brings the visitors of the SNFCC a selection of classic movies, to either discover for the first time, or enjoy anew on the big screen.
This summer’s selections for Park Your Cinema Kids at the SNFCC’s Great Lawn culminate in two titles that the underage audience of recent years (as well as the critics and the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) fell in love with. “Let it go” and … till next year!
Program Coordinator: Ilias Frangoulis
Frozen (2013): Plot
Young princess Elsa, on the day of her crowning as queen, accidentally releases her innate power to turn things into ice, and plunges her kingdom into an eternal winter. Her younger sister, Anna, must now take action, with the help of a mountain man, his playful reindeer and a magical snowman! The Academy Award winner for Best Animated Feature Film in 2014 needs no further introduction; its title is recommendation enough. Children even know all of its songs by heart.
Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
(Dubbed in Greek)