MICE Petís was born out of the desire to create new gazes in the world of film in its youngest audiences. This part of the programming is dedicated to children and youth from ages 2 to 12.
PRE-FILM WORKSHOP, creating optical games and zoetropes for children.
Online workshop available from August 25 – 29. With Espacio Rojo.
MICE Petís ONLINE
Available from August 25 to 29
The flavour of the villages, their idiosyncrasy, their personality and understanding of the world is transmitted from generation to generation in the form of stories. Film has become an important tool not only for creating, but also for passing on other existing works of oral narrative or text, and that they may us from the time of our childhood, contributing to the myths being passed on, and with them, the identity of the villages. Selection from Marcos Nine.
- ‘XIAO KE DOU ZHAO MA MA’ [‘Where are You, Mama?’], Te Wei, 1960 (age 2 and up). OV
- ‘MU DI’ [‘The Flute of the Buffalo Child’], Te Wei, co-directed with Qian Jianjun, 1963 (age 2 and up). OV
- ‘YU BANG XIANG ZHENG’ [‘The Fight between the Heron and the Clam’], Hu Jinquing, 1983 (age 2 and up). OV
- ‘CALIPG STORK’, Lotte Reiniger, one of the pioneers of animated film, 1929 (age 3 and up). OV
- ‘A FRAUTA MÁXICA’ [The Magic Flute], Valeriy Ugarov, 1995 (age 5 and up). OV
- ‘LES TROIS INVENTEURS’ [The Three Inventors], Michel Ocelot, 1980 (age 6 and up). OV
WEDNESDAY 26 / THURSDAY 27
11h30 Museo do Pobo Galego
Controlled and limited capacity. From 7 years old.
The four short films in these two sessions are recent films that are interesting from an ethnographic point of view, for the knowledge that they bring to the world of children and youth in different cultures (going from Nepal to Sweden, among others). These pieces also connect different origins in a journey from east to west, showing diverse cultures while working on important values in education such as gender equality, sexual identity and functional diversity.
- Narge’s Voice, by Hadi Rhabar, 2017 (Iran)
- Inspiración (Inspiration), by Daniel Parucho 2018 (Venezuela)
- Prinsesspojken, by Sosi Chamoun 2016 (Sweden)
- To wake – Buddhi, 2017 by Yakima Camille Waner (Nepal)
Marcos Nine is a director, producer, screenwriter and artistic director of the Cinema Crianza festival. He began his career collaborating on the script for television series such as Mareas Vivas or Terra de Miranda. In 2003 he directed Carcamáns, a documentary on the impact of the Prestige catastrophe on the Ría de Arousa. This piece will be followed by many others such as Aarón (Mestre Mateo Prize for the best experimental work in 2009), Manuscritos pompeianos (2010) or Radiografía dun autor de tebeos (2010) with which he participated in more than 60 festivals around the world. His first feature film La brecha (2012) premiered at the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival (BAFICI).