CALENDAR 2020

 

Summer Film Feast! | July 27-August 24

Three virtual film screenings & discussions about cross-cultural cooking.

 

FREE DISCUSSION DATE FILM

Monday, July 27, 7:30 PM

 

DIANA KENNEDY: NOTHING FANCY | USA, Mexico | 75 min. | English & Spanish with subtitles

(Streaming through July 27). Discussion led by Julie & Bessie King, owners of Villa Mexico Cafe in Boston (121 Water Street), which cooks everything fresh daily and uses no canned goods, lard or bouillion.

Villa Mexico CafeOrder their special dinner or try preparing one of Diana's recipes to enjoy during the discussion. Dinner ($25/person) includes enchiladas verdes (green chicken enchiladas) with rice, beans, chips, and their house salsa, and for dessert, vanilla flan. Order at 617-957-0725 by Friday, July 24, at 4:00 PM for pick up at the restaurant on Monday, July 27, between 2-6 PM.

Monday, August 10, 7:30 PM

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THE TASTE OF PHO | Poland, Germany | 84 min. | Polish & Vietnamese with subtitles

(Streaming August 3-10). Discussion modereated by Boston Globe Film Reporter Loren King.

Monday, August 24, 7:30 PM

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A TASTE OF SKY | USA | 85 min. | English & Spanish with subtitles

(Streaming August 17-24). Featuring a Q&A with Director Michael Lei moderated by WBUR Arts Reporter Erin Trahan.

 

ARCHIVED EVENTS

June Virtual Events | June 6 & 13

 

Saturday, June 6, 7:30 PM

SORRY WE MISSED YOU | UK | 101 min. | English | 2019

• Film available for viewing online through Saturday, June 6 (click on film name for link to film)

Free Virtual discussion led by WBUR film reporter Erin Trahan on Saturday, June 6 at 7:30 PM (must sign up separately by clicking on link; space is limited so sign up early)

Saturday, June 13, 7:30 PM

FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES: The National Society of Film Critics on Children's Movies: FREE!

Discussion with the book's editor & Boston Globe Columnist Peter Keough, moderated by Tom Meek

 

19th Annual International Film Series

 

Due to the risk that the corona virus poses to our community and beyond, we postponed this year's international film series that was to have taken place March 15-May 3. We hope you are able to join us if we are able to reschedule the series to later this year, and we look forward to seeing you when the threat of coronavirus has passed! In the meantime, please feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions at info@belmontworldfilm.org.

 

 

 

Belmont World Film Family Festival Program

This event is supported in part

by generous grants from

-Gravestar Foundation

-Mass Cultural Council

-Arlington, Belmont & Watertown Cultural Councils

17th Annual Family Festival | JANUARY 17-20, 2020

January 17 & 19: Regent Theatre, 7 Medford Street, Arlington

January 18: Studio Cinema, 376 Trapelo Road, Belmont

January 20: Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle Street, Cambridge

Nation Sponsor Province Sponsors Capital Sponsors
Danish Consulate

Belmont Day School

 

Media Sponsors
Boston Central WBUR logo
In Kind Sponsors
Belmont Media Center Cambridge Reprographics Scholastic logo Weston Woods Terry Hanley
Friday, January 17
REGENT THEATRE, 7 Medford Street, Arlington: OPENING NIGHT!
7:30 PM
Hacker| East Coast premiere | 97 min. | Danish (subtitles read aloud through headphones) | Denmark | 2019 | Age 9+
Saturday, January 18
STUDIO CINEMA, 376 Trapelo Road, Belmont: WILD KINGDOM
10:30 AM What's New from Weston Woods Studios | New England premieres | USA | 2019 | 60 mins. | English | Age 5+
11:00 AM-12:30 PM

CANCELLED DUE TO FAMILY ILLNESS Learn to Draw Minions Workshop with THE MINIONS MOVIE's story artist Cinzia Angelini | Age 5+

11:45 AM

Jacob, Mimmi and the Talking Dogs | New England premiere | 70 min. | Latvian (subtitles read aloud through headphones) | Latvia, Poland | 2019 | Age 5+

1:15 PM

Abominable followed by a Skype talk with the film's story artist, Cinzia Angelini | 97 min. | English | China, US | 2019 | Age 5+

3:45 PM
Arctic Camels | North American premiere | 75 min. | Norwegian (subtitles read aloud through headphones)| Norway | 2019 | Age 9+
Sunday, January 19
REGENT THEATRE, 7 Medford Street, Arlington: SHORTS & SWEET
10:30 AM LIVE EVENT! The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show Storytime! followed by a photo opportunity with The Very Hungry Caterpillar puppet!
12:15 PM

Zog | New England premiere | 27 min. | English | UK | 2018 | Age 5+

shown with The Snail and the Whale | US premiere | 27 min. | English | UK | 2019 | Age 5+

1:00 PM CANCELLED DUE TO FAMILY ILLNESS Learn to Create Storyboards for Animated Films Workshop with story artist Cinzia Angelini | Age 9+
1:30 PM Laugh Out Loud with Mo Willems | USA | 60 mins. | English | Age 3-9
2:45 PM It's Easy Being Green: Kids Helping the Environment & Other Stories |60 min.| English | USA | Age 5+
4:00 PM Mila followed by a Skype talk by director Cinzia Angelini | Work-in-progress screening | 60 min. | English | USA | 2020 | Age 9+.
Monday, January 20
BRATTLE THEATRE, 40 Brattle Street, Cambridge: MAKING PEACE & FRIENDS
10:30 AM

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Animated Children’s Books from Weston Woods Studios | USA | 74 mins. | English | Age 5+

12:00

Terra Willy: Unexplored Planet | US premiere | 90 min. | English | France | 2019 | Age 5+

`1:45 PM

Animated & Adorable: Short Films about Animals from the Francophone World | North American premieres | 76 min. | French (subtitles read aloud via headphones) | France, Belgium, Switzerland | 2019 | Age 5+

3:30 PM Binti | Benefit screening |90 min. | Dutch | Belgium, The Netherlands | 2019 | Age 9+
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

 

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