Mozart in China
A young Chinese-Austrian boy invites his friend Danny to spend their summer vacation at the house of his grandfather on Hainan Island on the southern tip of China. Adventure ensues as Mozart, a theater marionette, comes alive that night, hides in Danny’s suitcase, and flies with the two to China. 1st Prize Jury Winner of the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, Mozart in China, directed by Bernd Neuburger, is a wonderful tale of cultural discovery—of Chinese food, history, customs and life, and the universal nature of friendship.
(2008; 91 minutes; in German with English subtitles—and for our youngest audience members, the subtitles will be read aloud by actors!)
Screenings at The Paley Center for Media
25 West 52 Street (btwn 5th and 6th Aves.)
New York, NY 10019
Screenings are free with Paley Center admission; suggested donation for admission $10, $8 seniors and students.
For more information:
212-621-6600 Ext. 0