Monthly Screenings

Hanukkah for Kids

Tall Tales

Dir.: Antoon Krings, Arnaud Bouron
| 88 minutes

Apollo is a minstrel who reaches on his journey a magical garden and bustling beehive. He meets the workers and their beautiful queen, but soon learns of a conspiracy that ends with the queen’s abduction....

Dr. Seuss – The father of Cat in the Hat

A thrilling morning for the whole family, dedicated to the rhymes and imagination of Dr. Seuss, whose books are full of adventure and wordplay. Green Eggs and Ham, for example, was written using only 50 words. 

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

Dir.: Chris Renaud, Kyle Balda
| 86 minutes

In a town where no trees grow and oxygen is inhaled through bottles, young Audrey dreams of bringing the trees back. Ted, who is in love with her, embarks on an adventure to make her wish come true. That’s how he meets The Lorax.

Mary and the Witch's Flower

Dir.: Hiromasa Yonebayashi
| 102 minutes

Mary, a sweet even if slightly absent-minded redhead, sets out on a journey to return a lost cat. On her journey, Mary discovers a world full of fantasy, magic and imagination. A fascinating and exciting animated film in the unique style of Studio Ghibli


Dir.: Árni Ásgeirsson
| 84 minutes

The heroic story of Ploey, a sweet plover chick who is afraid to fly and is left behind when his family migrates. Ploey sets out on a journey to Paradise Valley. One day an old loner. The two form an unexpected friendship based on mutual respect. 

Screening with Hebrew subtitles, with storyteller Galit Roichman, who will teach the children how to enjoy even a foreign-language film.

The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear

Dir.: Philip Einstein Lipski, Amalie Næsby Fick, Jørgen Lerdam
| 80 minutes

Solby was a peaceful town until its mayor disappeared. One night, two friends, Mitcho and Sebastian, find a message in a bottle from the mayor: He is on a mysterious island, and made a surprising discovery. Curious Mitcho and Sebastian set out to find the mayor.