Sunday 28 July 2019
Loaded with imagination, music, laughs and emotions, July's film screenings for children on the Great Lawn bring us close to nature and the creatures that form part of its rich tapestry. From the Ice Age to the jungle and from learning how to live together to life lessons in dealing with the threats lurking in the forest, these films invite young and old to a journey through the animal kingdom.
Program curated by Elias Frangoulis
Ice Age: Plot
Three mammals surviving the Paleolithic ice age come across a human baby and work together to return it to its parents and tribe, all while a young squirrel chases an acorn, causing irreversible damage in its wake. An enormous critical and commercial success, computer-animated comedy film Ice Age was nominated for an Academy Award in its category and by 2016 had already spawned four sequels. Credited with playing a big part in the popularity of the franchise, the unlucky, mischievous squirrel Scrat went on to star in many short films.
Directed by Chris Wedge
The film is dubbed in Greek
Sunday 28/07 | 21.00
*Visitors are advised to bring insect repellent and a mat, or a blanket for sitting on the ground.