This year's Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) program has been announced, and includes an action packed schedule of exciting movie screenings.
Before you wonder whether the Festival is suitable for children, the answer is yes.
The Melbourne International Film Festival has been running since 1952 and is one of the oldest film festivals in the world.
This year, the MIFF will run from 3 - 30 August and screen over 300 global films over the month-long duration.
Children's films included in this year's MIFF program include:
Rock Dog (this year's headlining premiere movie)
Phantom Boy (best for older kids)
Aladdin (celebrating 25 years!)
Ancien and the Magic Tablet (Japanese - subtitled)
Ivan Tsarevitch and the Changing Princess (in French - subtitled)
The headlining movie at this year's MIFF Kids' Gala event will be the movie premiere of Rock Dog on Saturday 19 August, screening at 1:30pm at Melbourne Central.
Directed by co-director of Toy Story 2 (1999) Ash Brannon and based on a graphic novel by Chinese rock star Zheng Jun, Rock Dog is a light-hearted family adventure film that will warm your hearts this winter. Suitable for children 8 years plus.
For more information on this year's Melbourne International Film Festival Program for Kids go to miff.com.au/kids
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