Film competition suitable for children over 7. The part in it take feature and animated productions, which take the young viewer seriously, while being great entertainment. After the screening, we kindly invite you to workshops that will be a great inspiration to discover new ways to spend time with your family.
After the screening, we invite you to workshops for the whole family, led by Justyna Czarnota.
Sonia Loves, Sonia Doesn’t, dir. Natalia Beliaeva (Slovakia) 2020, 15’, 7+

As their sixth birthday approaches, Ewa and Ema are choosing some presents – not for themselves, but for the doll Sonia, who is waiting for them at the store. Polish premiere.


A Tiny Tale, dir. Sylvain Cuvillier, Chloé Bourdic, Théophile Coursimault, Noémie Halberstam, Maÿlis Mosny, Zijing Ye (France) 2020, 8’, 7+

A dog, tied to a street light, meets a young astronaut wannabe and a professional cyclist who keeps on trying to beat her highest score. Film nominated for the Annie Award.

The Other Way Wolf, dir. Ira Elshansky (Russian Federation) 2020, 11’, 7+

Little Red Riding Hood and grandmother, three little pigs and seven goats live in an enchanted forest. One day their peace is disturbed by their eternal enemy – the wolf. But this time he seems to be different…


Mum is Pouring Rain, dir. Hugo de Faucompret (France) 2021, 30’, 7+

Unknowingly, Jane is sent to spend Christmas with her Grandma. The village she visits turns out to be full of surprises, especially since she met a mysterious inhabitant of the forest… Film awarded at IAFF Annecy.


Justyna Czarnota – theater pedagog, passionate about theater for children and youth. Since 2010, she has been cooperating with the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute Zbigniew Raszewski, where she currently manages the Theater Pedagogy Department. A scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. She carries out original projects in the field of education and promotion of culture.
Films with polish voice-over.
Workshops in Polish.


Nov 27 2021


11:00 - 12:45