Cape Cod times
Virtual film festivals allow movie fans around the world to participate in events usually held in the Cape and Islands. But it also means that visitors to the Cape can leave their living room and experience festivals from the bridges.
One of these options for all ages kicks off on Friday with the default version of the 18th annual Belmont World Film Family Festival. The festival usually takes place over four days in Belmont, Arlington and Cambridge, but this year’s record parade runs for ten days during the weekend ending January 24. Anyone from Massachusetts can hear it.
The family festival targets children between the ages of 3 and 12 and their families and offers 15 programs of current films for children around the world. The film consists of about 50 animated films, documentaries and short films in English and other languages with subtitles.
Many of the films are based on children’s books and many of them are showing their national premieres. The countries represented include the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Organizers say the aim is to “provide a window into the lives of children in other cultures, races and races”.
Topics include children who excel in the environment. Asylum seeker, master of chess in France. The famous Rembrandt painting, which can be seen in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam; The South African youth team has reached the World Cup Final in Sweden. In honor of Reverend d. Martin Luther King Jr.
A range of workshops are also offered, including sample animation and film reviews, and live virtual questions and answers from filmmakers around the world.
The three programs are available for evaluation for ten days and only workshops and lectures are scheduled. You can watch the movie up to 48 hours after it starts.
Ticket options range from $ 10 to $ 14 per event. Workshop only $ 20; $ 40 for movies only; And $ 60 for all programs.
Information and presentation: belmontworldfilm.org