You might have heard that we’ve been organising screenings of films about childhood in interesting venues and pairing them with discussions about the issues that come out of the film? www.cinemaofchildhood.com/childwellbeing/
Details below on the next one. It’s in a beautiful museum near GOSH, has a great panel, AND includes a drinks reception!
The events are open to all, so feel free to spread the word to anyone you think might be intrigued!
“A strange small flawed gem” ★★★★ The Guardian
“Beautifully shot…Karolina Ostrozona’s performance: vibrant, touching, natural, and totally free of sentimentality” TimeOut
Doors 6.30pm / Film 7pm / Panel+Q&A 8.15pm / Drinks reception 8.45pm.
In Polish with English subtitles.
The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square
London WC1N 1AZ
(nearest tube: Russell Sq)
A 9-year-old girl is neglected at home, laughed at in school, and furious with the world. So she steals a cute little toddler to become her surrogate mother. They run away to the sea, but soon discover just how hard being a parent really is…
Professor June Thoburn CBE – Professor of Social Work, University of East Anglia; Children & Families Faculty, The College of Social Work
Michael Brooke – writer on Polish cinema including for BFI’s Sight & Sound.
Cathy Troupp – Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Anna Freud Centre.
Tickets £10/£8 (Concessions) includes drinks reception – available on the door, by phone (+44 (0)20 7841 3614), or online.