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Children Cinema Club

Aladdin

Dir.: Guy Ritchie
| 128 minutes

A lovable street urchin falls for the princess. A meeting with a magical lamp will set him on the adventure of a lifetime. Aladdin, with Guy Ritchie’s unique style, the cast chemistry, and Will Smith’s ingenious performance as Genie, is a summer hit for all ages. 

Aladdin

Dir.: Guy Ritchie
| 128 minutes

A lovable street urchin falls for the princess. A meeting with a magical lamp will set him on the adventure of a lifetime. Aladdin, with Guy Ritchie’s unique style, the cast chemistry, and Will Smith’s ingenious performance as Genie, is a summer hit for all ages. 

Ailo’s Journey

Dir.: Guillaume Maidatchevsky
| 75 minutes

Right after he is born, Ailo the reindeer sets out on a long, arduous journey across Lapland. In the white frozen expanses, he meets wild animals and learns to stand up on his own. The camera follows him closely – breathtakingly so.

Ailo’s Journey

Dir.: Guillaume Maidatchevsky
| 75 minutes

Right after he is born, Ailo the reindeer sets out on a long, arduous journey across Lapland. In the white frozen expanses, he meets wild animals and learns to stand up on his own. The camera follows him closely – breathtakingly so.

Tabaluga

Dir.: Sven Unterwaldt Jr.
| 90 minutes

Tabaluga is a young dragon who  has trouble with breathing fire, as dragons are supposed to do. Tabaluga embarks on an adventure to learn how to become a real dragon.

Tabaluga

Dir.: Sven Unterwaldt Jr.
| 90 minutes

Tabaluga is a young dragon who  has trouble with breathing fire, as dragons are supposed to do. Tabaluga embarks on an adventure to learn how to become a real dragon.

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) on Charlie Chaplin

The Circus

Dir.: Charles Chaplin
| 72 minutes

The story has Charlie accidentally joining a traveling circus, falling in love with bareback rider. Hilarious comedy, with a great finale.

Dana Kessler (in Heb.) on how your kids’ favorite toys have become part of cinematic worlds

Toy Story 4

Dir.: Josh Cooley
| 100 minutes

When Molly begins kindergarten, her toys, especially Woody, want to help her find her way. Their loyalty will get the toys into new adventures. “Touching, raucously funny, adventurous and yes, even profound, Pixar’s signature property once again touches them all” (CNN). 

The Hilarious World of Laurel and Hardy

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) on the comedic duo. Screening of: Liberty (20 min., music, Eng. & Heb. intertitles) / The Second 100 Years (20 min., music, Eng. & Heb. intertitles)
Dana Kessler (in Heb.) on comic book to film.

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Dir.: Jon Watts
| 129 minutes

Peter Parker and his classmates take a trip to Europe, where they encounter a series of adventures that force Peter to put on his spider mask and let his spider webs loose. 

Alon Gur Arye (in Heb.) on how dolls have become movie stars

UglyDolls

Dir.: Kelly Asbury
| 80 minutes

UglyDolls are dolls that are thrown out from the production line due to various defects. The dolls live in the city of Uglyville, and now five of them decide to find the real world and perhaps even children who want to play with them.