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Animation: Pat and Mat - A Picture

Date: 06 November 2016 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM, Venue: KID Museum

The KID Museum will feature the beloved Czech short animation "Pat and Mat: A Picture," directed by Lubomír Beneš, on November 6, at 12:30 pm, as part of the Kids Euro Festival.  The stop motion animation follows two friends Pat and Mat, known as do-it-yourselves-experts, who encounter unexpected problems when trying to hang a picture. Bring your whole family to enjoy this legendary Czech animation for all ages. The 16-minute animated program will also include the Bulgarian animation Grumpy Does Repairs.              

Admission to the screening is free. Reservations to the screening are not required. For more information about the Kids Euro Festival, please visit www.kidseurofestival.org

Location: KID Museum 
64oo Democracy Boulevard, Bethesda, MD 20817             

Following the screening, children can attend the KID Museum for the admission fee of $8. The KID Museum will also feature a special animation workshop. To attend the animation workshop, it is $6 for members and $8 for nonmembers plus the cost of admission to the museum. RSVP to the workshop TBA!       

ABOUT THE FILMS:           



​Pat and Mat: A Picture – CZECH REPUBLIC     
Dir. Lubomír Beneš, Animated Short Film, 8 min.            
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q4LwbTq-7s          
Two friends Pat and Mat, known as do-it-yourselves experts, decide to hang a picture in their living room. It turns out to be harder work than they expected.

Grumpy Does Repairs

Grumpy Does Repairs

Grumpy Does Repairs – BULGARIA
Dirs.  Radostina Neykova and Sofiya Ilieva,  Animated Short Film, in English, 8 mins.
Trailer: https://vimeo.com/112497631   

Innovation sewn cut-out animated character Grumpy hates light. An annoying sunbeam keeps disturbing his sleep, so he decides to do some house work to get rid of all the light. However, his efforts have some unexpected results…