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Framed Film Festival is a brand new showcase of international film and learning activities to encourage young people to look at movies in different ways and be inspired to make their own. Taking place at nine different venues between Saturday 17 and Sunday 25 November, this is the only festival of its kind in London, and a great opportunity for young enthusiasts to become involved with film.
Catch Framed Film Festival at your local Picturehouse cinema at pocket money-friendly Kids' Club prices!
Sunday 25 November, 11.00am
ALFIE THE LITTLE WEREWOLF (Cert TBC*)
Director: Joram Lürsen. Netherlands 2011. TBC mins. Dutch with English subtitles.
An unmissable treat for all the family, this delightful tale of transformation is bursting with eccentric characters and crazy situations. When on his seventh birthday Alfie turns into a fluffy werewolf, he tries to keep it a secret from his family. But soon his midnight activities get him into hot water, and he must enlist the help of his foster brother to get him out of trouble.
*Age recommendation 6+.
Framed: Cinema for a New Generation is supported by the BFI, Film London and the City Bridge Trust.
What is Kids' Club? Join us every Saturday for a family-only matinee of a specially chosen children's film, plus fun activities, at pocket-money prices.
From recent blockbusters to classic favourites, family-friendly world cinema and exclusive events, Kids' Club at Picturehouse is a great way to treat your family to a special outing without breaking the bank. We also run regular national drawing and story-writing competitions with fantastic prizes.
Tickets are just £1 each for Kids' Club Members and accompanying adults, or £3 each for non-Members and accompanying adults.
Annual Kids’ Club Membership is £4. Please ask at the Box Office for details.
Subtitles will be read aloud at this screening by a subtitle reader.
This screening is part of Framed Film Festival- a showcase of the best international cinema for children. Click here to find out more.