Chicago International Childrens Film Festival, WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE, International Short Film Program, 70 min, Ages 5+

Sat Nov 3 2012

10:00 AM

Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts - Performance Hall

915 E. 60th St Chicago, IL 60637

$6.00 - $9.00

All Ages

Share With Friends

Characters leap from the pages! As we celebrate Maurice Sendak’s life this year, we remember what Max the Wolf taught us as we revisit the classic film version of this author’s timeless treasure. Then, Pueblo and Navajo oral histories teach us to listen to the Wise Wolf and that we have much to learn from our animal brothers and sisters. Next, the all-star Gruffalo cast is back! This time, it’s the Gruffalo's daughter who wants to know if the Big Bad Mouse was just one of Dad's tall tales. Lastly, say “hello” to Daniel Tiger, one of the best-loved friends in the new spinoff of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! This is an all-English language program that celebrates the love of reading and learning with friends, neighbors, and maybe even some beasts!

Facets Cinematheque
Chicago International Childrens Film Festival
WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE, International Short Film Program, 70 min, Ages 5+

  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.
  • Chicago International Childrens Film Festival

    Chicago International Childrens Film Festival

    Family Attractions

  • WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE

    WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE

    Film

Facets Cinematheque

Chicago International Childrens Film Festival
WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE, International Short Film Program, 70 min, Ages 5+

Chicago International Childrens Film Festival, WHERE THE WILD STORIES ARE, International Short Film Program, 70 min, Ages 5+
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$6.00 - $9.00 All Ages

Characters leap from the pages! As we celebrate Maurice Sendak’s life this year, we remember what Max the Wolf taught us as we revisit the classic film version of this author’s timeless treasure. Then, Pueblo and Navajo oral histories teach us to listen to the Wise Wolf and that we have much to learn from our animal brothers and sisters. Next, the all-star Gruffalo cast is back! This time, it’s the Gruffalo's daughter who wants to know if the Big Bad Mouse was just one of Dad's tall tales. Lastly, say “hello” to Daniel Tiger, one of the best-loved friends in the new spinoff of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! This is an all-English language program that celebrates the love of reading and learning with friends, neighbors, and maybe even some beasts!