Docs for Kids

Cine Stavros Tornes (Warehouse 1, Port)
March 16-20, 9:00-11:00 & 11:00-13:00
The 17th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century presents long and short documentary films made especially for children and teens. The films come from the Netherlands, the USA, Brazil, Namibia, the British Virgin Islands, Norway, the UK, South Africa, Venezuela, Colombia, Denmark and France.
​The documentaries comprising the program will screen at the festival venues from Monday 16 to Friday 20 March 2015. Admission to the screenings is free. The documentary educational program of the 17th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century aspires to cultivate an interest in the documentary in school children and to familiarize them with this particular narrative genre.

1.  A Home for Lydia / Eline Schellekens, The Netherlands
2.  Gabriel Reports on the World Cup / Els van Driel, The Netherlands
3.  Giovanni and the Water Ballet / Astrid Bussink, The Netherlands
4.  Haiduc / Annelies Kruk, Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden, The Netherlands
5.  Love thy nature / Sylvie Rokab, USA-Brazil-Namibia-British Virgin Islands
6.  My Dearest f#cking Phone / Eef Hilgers, The Netherlands
7.  On the Way to School / Pascal Plisson, France
8.  Solecito / Oscar Ruiz Navia, Colombia-Denmark-France
9.  The Barrel / Anabel Rodriguez, UK-South Africa-Venezuela
10.  The Lion and the Brave Mouse / Els van Driel, The Netherlands
11.  Twin Sisters / Mona Friis Bertheussen, Norway