Tribeca Cinemas Kids Club continues its family film series this February with a lineup of feature length and short films appropriate for all ages. Start a cinematic education by expposing your kids to an array of film genres, from classic musicals to timeless animations, and from popular favorites to foreign classics.
Each screening will be accompanied by an enriching activity (crafts, sing-a-longs, etc.) plus, Tribeca Cinemas will have healthy snacks available at the screenings. Tickets for children under the age of 14 are $7 for a single screening and $12 for the double-feature. Tickets for adults (ages 14 and over) are $10 for a single screening and $18 for the double-feature.
54 Varick Street
Note: Morning screenings are geared towards a younger audience (3+) and afternoon screenings are for slightly older children (7+)
Tickets are available for purchase in advance at www.tribecafilm.com/kidsclub or on the day of event, between 9am and 2pm.
February 6th, 2010
Imagination, Adventure & Tall Tales
10:30am: ANANSI, Jamie Mason, 25 min, 2001
Activity: Bring your own percussive instrument (it can be homemade!) and join the very talented Hasan Bakr as we form a drum circle and bang our way into learning Caribbean beats.
1:30pm INDIAN IN THE CUPBOARD d. Frank Oz, 96 min, 1995
Activity: Meet Storyteller Supreme, Ms. Tammie Hall as she delivers unforgettable Iroquois tales.
February 20th, 2010
10:30am ABBY IN WONDERLAND, d. Kevin Clash, 41 min, 2008
Activity: Got wings? Always wanted to be a fairy or a magician? Come dressed as a magical creature and zoom around after the screening with arts & crafts, dancing and give-aways!
1:30pm ANNIE d. John Huston, 126 min, 1982
Activity: Preceding the film an original cast member from the Broadway show will teach you some of the songs so you can sing along!