Athens Children’s Film Festival
20 May 2023
Association of Greek Archaeologists
Ermou 134, Athens
The Athens Children’s Film Festival presents a film that no family should miss this year!
In collaboration with the Athens City Festival, the beautiful garden of the Association of Greek Archaeologists in Thissio will be transformed into an open-air cinema for on night, giving the opportunity to audiences of all ages to enjoy the magic of youth cinema.
The movie How I Learned to Fly is one of the most popular movies of the year in Europe and shares a story of joy that will inspire children. It will be displayed with Greek SDH and English subtitles.
This celebration of magic under the stars of Athens, invites kids and adults to join a community that values quality entertainment for the whole family.
How I Learned to Fly | For ages 11+
Directed by Radivoje Andrić | Duration: 85 minutes
Filmed on the sunny Dalmatian coast with an amazing 12-year-old heroine with a vivid imagination, the movie broke records in ticket sales in neighboring Serbia before continuing its impressive journey at festivals and cinemas across Europe, while also winning the Best Film award from the European Association of Children’s Film Festivals.
A few words about the film:
Adventurous and funny Sofija (12) is forced to spend her vacation with her overbearing grandmother Maria (67), on an island in Croatia. It’s not the ideal summer experience she had hoped for, but with the help of her warmhearted old aunt Luce (65) and her charming cousin, Sofija overcomes her initial boredom. An entertaining family film that takes you on a charming, yet emotional summer adventure by the sea.
Arrival time: 20:30
Start time: 21:00
*Positions are limited. Bookings are now closed.
Closest Metro Station: Thissio
Metro to Venue: 2 minutes walking
Wheelchair Accessibility Yes