Stimulate curiosity, introduce the singularity and the diversity of cultures of the world and show a fresh look at the cultures of the world. That’s the ultimate goal of The World Culture Museums. So be it! We accept the challenge. In 10 films and 60 minutes, we will show new generation of artists proudly bearing their singularity. Through the eyes of the young generation, discover a current image of the habits and customs of 5 continents people. From 2 – 12 years old (Check the flag age for the right.)
9| A Moment in Ajloun |Wapikoni Mobile
10| Finding the Light |Emilio Wawatie and
11| Shell All | Zaven Najjar
1|MA MAMA | Katy Wang| 2018 (UK)|4 minutes
Synopsis| Two lovers explore a patterned jungle world and meet some animal friends along the way. Katy Wang creating these visuals for this lovely catchy tune by French band Toto Bona Lokua.
2|HAIR LOVE | Matthew A. Cherry| 2019 (USA)|7 minutes
Synopsis|Hair Love, an Oscar®-winning animated short film from Matthew A. Cherry, tells the heartfelt story of an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time.
3|THE SNOWFLAKE Natalya Chernysheva|2012 (Russia)|6 minutes
Synopsis|Once a little African boy got a letter. In the letter he found a snowflake made of paper. He liked it so much that he wished to see it in reality as he wondered how the real snow looks like.
4|TRAVELLING THROUGH BRUSH AND INK|Annlin Chao| 2018 (UK)|4 minutes
Synopsis| A little modern man traveling through four significant ancient Chinese paintings, transforming himself into animals and plants, and becomes part of the nature. Each painting represents four important stages of landscape art in Chinese history. Based on the original paintings.
5|A GONG| Zozo Jhen | 2018 (France)|6 minutes
Synopsis|A journey of a 7 year-old boy’s acceptance of his grandpa’s death in a traditional Taiwanese funeral.
7| TSUNAMI| Sofie Kampmark| 2015 (Denmark)|7 minutes
Synopsis|Haru returns home in denial after a tsunami, where he must learn to deal with his loss through an encounter with a magical sea Spirit.
8|LISBOA ORCHESTRA|Guillaume Delaperriere| 2017 (France)|11 minutes
Synopsis|LISBOA ORCHESTRA is a musical ballad from audio and visual samples collected in the Portuguese capital
9|A Moment in Ajloun|Wapikoni Mobile | 2019 (Jordanian)|6 minutes
Synopsis| Through the eyes of a Jordanian youth group, we discover the beauty of daily life in the Ajloun region.
10|Finding the Light |Emilio Wawatie| 2013 (Canadian)|3 minutes
Synopsis|All your local autochthones in Quebec are part of the Sami and Finland roundup and are decoupling the resources of Sami and the Canadian autonomous communities.
11|Shell All | Zaven Najjar| 2017 (Libanon)|9 minutes
Synopsis|Beirut 1982. To reach his fiancée, Gabriel, 20, has to cross a bridge guarded by numerous snipers. All the city is waiting for tonight’s opening match of the 1982 football world cup. Will the snipers be watching the game and allow Gabriel and his friend Mokhtar to cross the bridge in their old Plymouth?
About | Världskulturmuseerna – The World Culture Museum, is a place where people experience, challenge and contribute to new insights and perspectives on our world. Exhibitions, educational activities and programs provide a rich selection that stimulates reflection and curiosity.
Website | www.varldskulturmuseerna.se
Online Activity during Covid 19|For adult | Online Exhibition with google Art and Culture and For kids | Educational Activities and games
*Discowatch(ing)Verb also Noun🔈[dih-skuh-woch-ing]
English term obtained from the contraction of the word Discover and Watch. Action of discovering new things by watching amazing films on sacrebleu.se. Ex: Did you discoverwatching the Moderna Museet? Can also be used as a noun. Ex : Bonnier Konsthall discowatch improve my children understanding on performance art.
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