Young Audience Film Day – Everything Will Change – Cinema Galeries

Young Audience Film Day – Everything Will Change

Directed byMarten Persiel
  • ORIGINAL LANGUAGE EN
  • SUBTITLES FR/NL
  • COUNTRY Germany
  • 2021
  • Duration 93

Introducing

Join us for the Young Audience Film Day as Cinema Galeries teams up with the European Film Academy and Filem’On for a celebration of film by and for young people.

Synopsis

In a dystopian 2054, three young mavericks go on a journey to find traces of the long-lost beauty of nature, hoping to discover what happened to their planet. The answer lies in the past and when they find the key to a decade – the 2020s – when a colourful future was still possible, everything changes. In this unusual road movie, fiction meets scientific fact to explore the most urgent issue of our time: the extinction of wildlife. The future is ours to choose.

Introducing

Join us for the Young Audience Film Day as Cinema Galeries teams up with the European Film Academy and Filem’On for a celebration of film by and for young people.

Synopsis

In a dystopian 2054, three young mavericks go on a journey to find traces of the long-lost beauty of nature, hoping to discover what happened to their planet. The answer lies in the past and when they find the key to a decade – the 2020s – when a colourful future was still possible, everything changes. In this unusual road movie, fiction meets scientific fact to explore the most urgent issue of our time: the extinction of wildlife. The future is ours to choose.

Prepare to be inspired by a group of young co-creators who will host an afternoon of film and pan-European unity centered around the mind blowing EVERYTHING WILL CHANGE. “We chose this film because of the beautiful and coherent narration, amazing landscapes and directorial vision, great actors and a powerful, idealistic message” (Matteo, 17, Italy). This highly original film follows three young people from the year 2054 as they take an extraordinary trip back in time to help us shape a better future. More than 35 cinemas around Europe will simultaneously screen this film and we will livestream to all those cinemas from Brussels: The Q&A with director Marten Persiel, the launch of European Film Club, and the announcement of the 3 films nominated for the European Young Audience Award. Age: 12 – 19 years old. Free, book online.