Modern Languages Screenings
We are pleased to announce two foreign language Schools Screenings: The Canterville Ghost on 21 June for French Primary Classes and The Olive Tree on 22 June for Spanish Secondary Classes, both days from 10am at Cineworld Fountain Park.
French Language Primary Screening - The Canterville Ghost
Tues 21 June, 10am, Cineworld Fountain Park / £3 per pupil, teachers free
France 2015/ 92 min/ Advised PG certificate - suitable for P4-P7
A modern update of Oscar Wilde's classic short story, this colourful family comedy is about an 18th century ghost who defends her castle from its new owners. For more information click here.
Spanish Language Secondary Screening - The Olive Tree
Wed 22 June, 10am, Cineworld Fountain Park / £3 per pupil, teachers free
Spain 2015/ 98 min/ Uncertificated - contains some strong language, but no scenes of an explicitly sexual or violent nature
Directed by award-winning Icíar Bollaín (Even the Rain) and written by Paul Laverty (whose I, Daniel Blake recently won the Palme d'Or at Cannes), this moving drama follows a determined young farmer, Ana, as she travels across Europe to reclaim her grandfather's beloved olive tree. The film is suitable for pupils from S4-S6. For more information and to view the trailer click here. We are delighted to announce that Icíar Bollaín will be present for a Q&A discussion after the screening.
For further information or to make a booking please contact 0131 228 6382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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