CANCELED: Lenfest Kids: H2O Movies
NOTE: The March 14 screening of Treasure Island has been canceled. Check back for info on Wall-E in April and Moana in May.
Columbia University School of Arts' monthly series of films for the whole family, Lenfest Kids: H2O, features films about water as part of Columbia's Year of Water, exploring the world's oceans as a space of adventure, fantasy, wonder, and mystery.
Screenings at 11am & 3pm.
When his colony shuns him for his love of dancing, Mumble the Emperor Penguin travels the Arctic meeting unlikely friends. His search for belonging teaches him to embrace his talents and challenge tradition. Voice over talent includes Robin Williams, Nicole Kidman, Elijah Wood and Brittany Murphy. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2006.
Lu Over the Wall
When teenager Kai’s family leaves Tokyo to live in the small fishing village of Merfolk, he discovers his musical talent can conjure mermaids from the sea. Lu arrives and trades in her fins for feet, but can she and Kai use their friendship to save the village?
Based on the classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson, Disney's first all live-action film takes young movie fans to the high seas in search for buried treasure.
It is the 29th century and Earth has become uninhabitable by humans, who now live in space. Wall-E is the last robot on Earth and spends his days cleaning the planet one piece of trash at a time. When a fancy new robot, Eve, arrives, Wall-E is smitten, and he follows her on a quest to save the planet.
Moana is chosen by the sea to prove herself a masterful navigator and to save the people of her island. On her quest to reunite an ancient relic with the goddess Te Fiti, she meets the demigod Maui and together the two journey the ocean and discover that not everything is what it seems. With original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda.