Saturday 07 February 2015 -
13:00 to 23:59
The Documentary Film Centre, Moscow

British Council Russia, the Documentary Film Centre and the school of foreign languages, BKC-IH are happy to invite you to the Educational Saturday, which will take place on 7 February, at 13.00 at the Documentary Film Centre (Zubovsky Boulevard, 2).

We will be happy to see the younger audience, as this time we will be screening the films from Film Club collection for children of 5–11 years old.

The screening will be in English with no subtitles or translation

After the screening there will be an interactive English lesson with the leading tutor of BKC-IH, Elena Kalkova, a licensed CELTA specialist on communicative methods of language teaching.

Please don’t be late!

Entrance is free, but registration is required.

If you do not have a chance to register, you can still attend the screening and get a free seat according to availability on the door.


3 mins
2011, director: Micky O’Donoghue
A little alien from a far way galaxy goes on an adventure to earth and flies through an open window of a child’s bedroom.

13 mins
2008, director: Sally Pearce
Kay Grey lives in an entirely grey house in a totally grey world with her absolutely grey parents. Then her house gets infested with elephants. They can’t be seen against the grey walls, but they crash around in the middle of the night.
The only way to catch them is to paint the house with brilliant colours, so they can be seen. Kay’s parents make her paint the house, because they can’t bear the bright colours. But when Kay corners the Elephants, they become friends and she decides to help them…

7 mins
2012, director: Corinne Ladeinde
7 year-old Ernesto feels left out when he realises he’s the only kid in school with a full set of milk teeth. When his attempts to fit in fail miserably, Ernesto resorts to drastic measures to get rid of them; his teeth however, have other plans…
Ernesto is a fun musical comedy about a little boy whose efforts to fit in with the crowd backfire, making him the centre of attention for all the wrong reasons. Once Ernesto learns to love being an individual, he discovers his inner confidence.