FILM-X The Danish Film Institute

Primo 2005 , Other events
Denmark - Copenhagen

FILM-X is an acknowledged film workshop under the auspices of the Danish Film Institute where children and adults have the opportunity to create animated films that they can bring home on CD-Rom.

FILM-X in Hans Christian Andersen's clothes
Project manager: Regitze Openhejm

In celebration of the 2005 Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary, the interactive film studio FILM-X invites school classes to create their own rendition of selected Andersen fairytales as part of the school Andersen curriculum. The FILM-X - in Hans Christian Andersen?s clothes project allows children and the young to work creatively with Andersen's fairytales and stories.

During the bicentenary, FILM-X will expand to include a 3-D Hans Christian Andersen universe where visitors will experience a wild chase in The Ugly Duckling, encounter dogs and witches in scenes from The Tinder-Box, take on a part in The Steadfast Tin Soldier or pull out a dead crow from Clumsy Hans' pocket - all with a fairytale castle as backdrop.

Project starts: early 2005

School class visits to FILM-X:
On weekdays FILM-X is reserved for school visits. Call +45 3377 3419 for bookings and information on entrance fees Tuesdays and Fridays between 10 am and 12 pm.

Weekend visits to FILM-X:
For all. However, no admission for children under 6.
Opening hours:
1 pm - 3:15 pm and 3:30 pm - 5:45 pm
Entrance fees: include the cost of materials you take home with you. DKK 30 per person
Tickets are available at the Cinematek ticket office at Tel: +45 3374 3412
Languages spoken: Danish and English
Address: Cinematek, The Danish Film Institute, Gothersgade 55, 1123 Copenhagen K


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