Saturday @Wildhood:

12pm – Discovery Film Festival – Shorts for Wee Ones (U) – Join us as we discover bouncing baby
kangaroos, lightning-powered robot vacuum cleaners and a piano-playing octopus. These colourful
stories are a magical introduction to the cinema experience. All in English or dialogue free, these
shorts will delight children aged 3+

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2pm – Wee Linties Travelling Archive presents The Singing Street (Screening & Workshop) (U) – The
Singing Street is a wonderful slice of Scottish life. This 1951 film is a collection of children’s songs and
street games, recorded on the streets of Edinburgh. After the screening, Wee Linties are inviting you
out to play! We’ll be learning some of the songs and games featured in the film and having a wee go
at making up our own. If you have songs and games from your own streets to share, we would love
to hear them and add them to a special archive of our own!
Workshop suitable for all ages.

4pm – Discovery Film Festival – Shorts for Older Ones – In this package of short films you’ll discover a
chameleon in the Underground, polar bears walking across the ice floes of the far North, an artistic
cat, and two daring heists with varying degrees of success

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6pm – Boy and the World (U) – An amazing, Oscar nominated, Brazilian animation Boy and the World
shows the issues of the modern world through the eyes of a child and teaches us, above all, the
dangers of the commodification of the mind, and the soul

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8pm – My Life as a Courgette (PG) –After losing his mother, a young boy is sent to a foster home with other orphans his age where he begins to learn the meaning of trust and true love.

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9:30pm – The Eagle Huntress (U) – As this inspiring documentary proves, girls can do anything, including becoming the first female eagle hunter in the 1,000-year history of her family’s tribe.

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