The Gruffalo + The Jungle Book 1967/2009 G
11.00AM Mon 7 May 2018
GOMA | Cinema A | Ticketed
The final film to be supervised by Walt Disney himself – and one of his most beloved works – The Jungle Book unfolds like an intelligent comic-strip fairy tale. We follow the bony Mowgli, a small boy raised by the beasts of the jungle. These beasts of prey, including bears and panthers, snakes and tigers are realised in stunning hand-drawn animations, bursting with exuberant personality and performance. Softening the darker elements of Rudyard Kipling's original novel, The Jungle Book does not constitute a faithful adaptation; instead it should be taken as a wonderfully original tale of boyhood, a story of friendship, and a triumph in pencil animation.
Screens with The Gruffalo 2009 by Max Lang and Jakob Schuh.
The Jungle Book 1967
35MM, COLOUR (TECHNICOLOR), MONO, 78 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: WOLFGANG REITHERMAN / SCRIPT: LARRY CLEMMONS, RALPH WRIGHT, KEN ANDERSON, VANCE GERRY / INSPIRED BY THE MOWGLI STORIES OF RUDYARD KIPLING / EDITORS: TOM ACOSTA, NORMAN CARLISLE / MUSIC: GEORGE BRUNS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: DISNEY / SCREENING FORMAT: DIGITAL CINEMA PROJECTION (DCP)
G | General
The Gruffalo 2009
HD VIDEO, COLOUR, STEREO, 27 MINUTES, UNITED KINGDOM/GERMANY, ENGLISH / DIRECTORS: MAX LANG, JAKOB SCHUH / SCRIPT: JULIA DONALDSON, JAKOB SCHUH, MAX LANG / BASED ON THE BOOK BY JULIA DONALDSON AND AXEL SCHEFFLER / CINEMATOGRAPHER: ULLI HADDING, HUBERT MÄRKL / EDITOR: ROBIN SALES / MUSIC: RENÉ AUBRY
G | General