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  • Family & Kids
  • 11 September, 8PM till 9:45PM
  • San Lawrenz Village Square

Come and join this free outdoor cinema event in San Lawrenz! Powered by 100% solar power, the Solar Cinema will travel across Malta and Gozo to bring the most inspiring films to a place near you! This project is part of Valletta 2018 – European Capital of Culture

MEMORIES – A short film programme about memories and the mind. Fresh or old, memories create new stories in our minds.


Afterword – Boris Seewald – DE – 10min.
Approaching the microphone in a small room, a young woman prepares to make the speech of her life.

Ħuduni d-Dar/ Take me home – Daphne Pia Deguara – MLT – 8 min
Vitorin wants to go home, her daughter tells her that she is already home but Vitorin cannot remember.

Growth – Sil van der Woerd-NL – 9 min
Growth portrays the rise and downfall of a family over the course of 20 years, in one living room, in a single shot.

Sunday Worship – Paul Holbrook – UK – 16 min
A lonely man struggles to conceal his ailing health from his doting wife. He finds solace watching a local grassroots football team.

Embers & Dust – Patrick Biesemans – USA – 11min
As the radio broadcasts War of The Worlds, a young boy’s imagination is sparked, sending him on his own quest, deep into the neighboring forest.

I Was Only 14 -Froukje van Wengerden – NL – 12 mins
A woman looks back on a life-changing event just after her fourteenth birthday, as we look into the eyes of girls who are fourteen years old now, full of stories of their own.

Edith – Christian Cooke – UK – 15 min.
A story that explores how we move on from bereavements. How we make peace with our past and find something worth living for.

Sunday -Bruce Micallef Eynaud – MLT 7 min
A dentist returns from a weekend conference in Malta. His wife asks him about his trip and his memories reveal his flexibility with the truth.

*Programme changes might occur.

About Solar Cinema:
The concept of Solar Cinema has been travelling the world for ten years, bringing unseen films to unusual places, all powered by 100% solar energy.


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