Dutch children’s movies screened in the U.S.

16 January 2015 — 19 January 2015

From January 16th until January 19th Dutch Children’s movies Pim and Pom and T.I.M. (“The Incredible Machine”) are screened at Belmont World Film’s Family Festival.

About Pim and Pom

Cats Pim and Pom are best friends who live together with “The Lady”. When the lady’s nieces, Tracey and Stacey, come to visit, they take the cats to the park for a picnic. However, the nieces want to keep the cats for themselves and come up with a secret plan to kidnap them. Pim and Pom manage to escape, but they get lost and end up trying to survive on the streets. There, they meet a group of alley cats who really put their friendship to the test. Will Pim and Pom be able to stay together and find their way home?

About T.I.M.

An 11 year-old boy has only one friend: his outdated house robot T.I.M. (“The Incredible Machine”). When the boy’s father decides to trade the robot in, the boy goes on an exotic journey in search of the elusive inventor who created him. A lovely coming-of-age story set in the not too distant future!

Schedule

Two films sponsored by Dutch Culture USA at Belmont World Film’s 12th Annual Family Festival (January 16-19, 2015)
Regent Theatre, 7 Medford Street, Arlington
West Newton Cinema, 1265 Washington Street, West Newton
For tickets, a complete schedule and film descriptions, visit www.belmontworldfilm.org. Call 617-484-3980 for more information.

Saturday, January 17, 1:30 PM at the West Newton Cinema PIM AND POM: THE BIG ADVENTURE Directed by Gioia Smid The Netherlands| 2014 | 70 min. | English | East Coast premiere Recommended for age 4–9 ($8).

Tickets available online in advance here or in person at the box office on day of show.

Sunday, January 18, 1:30 PM at the West Newton Cinema T.I.M. (The Incredible Machine) Directed by Rolf van Eijk The Netherlands | 2014 | 82 min. | Dutch with English subtitles read aloud | US premiere Recommended for age 8-15 ($8). Tickets available online in advance here or in person at the box office on day of show.