For myself and a friend

Program of short documentaries

The films of the program are united by the theme of friendship. All three films talk about how important it is to be surrounded by loving people - friends, parents or caring doctors.

The heroes of the movie "Rocknrollers" (dir. Daan Bol, 2016) tell about the challenge faced by their music group - its main member is suffering from depression. Music and friendship will prove to be stronger than disease in this film. Twelve-year-old Teja from the movie "Thea" (Thea, dir. Halvor Nitteberg, 2016) suffers from epilepsy. In her life, the care and support of those around her is a condition for survival. The heroes of the film "Scot and Julia" (dir. Annelies Kruk, 2016) are a couple. After a serious injury, fifteen-year-old Scot learns that he will no longer be able to walk, but this does not stop them from dreaming of a future together.

<font style="vertical-align: inherit;"></font> Recommended for students from 5-12 grades.

Areas of education: moral, artistic education, knowledge of the environment, civic education, class lesson, native language, general competences.

Topics for conversation after the movie: ability to understand and accept others, openness to otherness, personality differences (interests, behavior, character), bullying, emotional intelligence, emotional security, conveying feelings in Chinese language.



Director: Daan Bol, Halvor Nitteberg, Annelies Kruk
Subtitles: Lithuanian
Runtime: 60 min
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