Children's Film Festival
SPAIN arts & culture and Ottawa University present the first Children’s Film Festival.
- Part I on Saturday, April 30 at 11 am.
- Part II on Saturday, May 7 at 11 am.
- Cruz Delgado, 1997.
- Original title: Don Quijote.
Cruz Delgado’s mastery, awarded the Goya prize, is reflected in these two films. This is the most faithful and careful adaptation of the immortal work of Cervantes, divided in two parts, as the original text. It is also highly entertaining for young audiences and ffor the family as a whole. Children and adults will be transported to the wonderful world of Don Quixote, a place full of fun adventures, timeless messages and emotions that they will never forget.
The Missing Lynx
- On Saturday, May 14 at 11 am.
- Raúl García, Manuel Sicilia, 2008, 97 minutes.
- Original title: El Línce Perdido.
Felix, the protagonist, is a lynx who believes his bad luck is the cause of the endangerment of its species. After passing through several collection centers animal his arrival at Acebuche (Doñana National Park), will bring great surprises. Strange animal disappearances are taking place in the area. A scary hunter stalks. An eccentric millionaire has a secret plan and Felix and his friends will have to join efforts to survive and end the mystery.
Tad, The Lost Explorer
- On Saturday, May 28 at 11 am.
- Enrique Gato, 2012, 90 minutes.
- Original title: Las Aventuras de Tadeo Jones.
Tad is a bored construction worker dreaming of a life of adventure until one day he is mistaken for a famous archeologist and that dream comes true. Whisked to Peru holding a sacred key, Tad helps Professor lavrof and his beautiful daughter Sara as they race against evil treasure hunters in search of the Lost City of Paititi.
All films will be screened in Spanish with English subtitles.