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  • RED GALLERY 1-3 Rivington Street London, England, EC2A 3DT United Kingdom (map)

Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 

13:00 to 20:00

Art activities face painting, films and more in a cozy cushioned tent especially for kids at #R3D…


Mod Roc Sculpture

Come and join Artburst at #R3D and make a curious creature or object with Mod Roc (messy, quick drying, molding plaster) and decorate it with glitter and paint. Simple templates will be available for younger children.

Artburst is an award-winning Hoxton based social enterprise providing creative educational workshops for children.


Anastasia Sakoilska & Finlay Forbes-Gower will be ‘painting faces’ all afternoon in the Kids Tent. Face painting with a twist! Think outside the paint box and stretch your imagination beyond tigers and butterflies into a world of abstract patterns, curious creatures, myths and monsters with a few hearts and flowers if so desired.


#R3D Kids Tent Film Programme: curated by Alice Herrick

‘The Cameraman’s Revenge’ (1912) & ‘The Insect’s Christmas’ (1913) by Ladislaw Starewicz

Amazing and enchanting puppet animation from one of the most influential cine magicians.

‘Alice’ (1988) by Jan Švankmajer

Classic live action and animation fantasy based on Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’.

‘The Tinderbox’ (1959) by Siegfried Hartmann

A literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a soldier who acquires a magic tinderbox capable of summoning three powerful dogs to do his bidding.

‘The Red Balloon’ (1956) by Albert Lamorisse

Fantasy short film which follows the relationship between a little boy and a red balloon with a mind of its own in the Parisian streets.

‘White Mane’ (1953) by Albert Lamorisse

A tale of a boy who tames a wild stallion called White Mane in a beautiful journey through the marshes of the Camargue in southwest France.

‘Ten Minutes Older’ (1978) by Herz Frank

The film focuses on the face of a child, who for the first time gets to know the familiar fight between Good and Evil, reflecting the depths of the human soul.

‘Spirited Away’ (2001) by Hayao Miyazaki

The film tells the story of a sullen ten-year-old girl who, while moving to a new neighborhood, enters an alternate reality inhabited by spirits and monsters.

+ a selection of short live action and animated films from the Milan Film Festival 2002