15 jue 2010

The great Danish teacher

El gran maestro danés, protagonista de Baficito

This Thursday Little Bafici presents a double luxury program, with a type of cinema for the young and not so young, full of imagination, sensitivity and quality. At 13.45PM in Atlas Santa Fe "Circleen: City Mice" (picture) by Jannik Hastrup will be screened. Hastrup has its own focus in Little Bafici with several of its major works, including of course "The Boy who wanted to be a Bear", the most popular in the world. His style and visual and narrative subtlety, with a prolific production that exceeds the 60 pieces, make him one of the great European references of animation cinema.

An hour later, at 2.45PM at the 25 de Mayo Cinema Theater in Villa Urquiza "The airship stolen" by Karel Zeman will be screened. It is a true "modern classic". Produced in 1966, it is a ticket for a stroll, a passport to a world of fantasy and hallucination with the delirious stamp of the Czech creator that mixes the magic of Georges Méliès, the delirium of Terry Gilliam and ingenuity of Jules Verne.