Kids, Families & Schools
Details of the 2018 Fantastic Flix programme are available here. Suitable for children aged 4 - 16 and adults of all ages!
ADIFF is excited to introduce our Fantastic Flix programme for its third year!
From the 1st - 4th March 2018 create new and exciting memories for your family with children’s films from around the world, workshops, short film selections, and special events, all with support from Cheesestrings.
Fantastic Flix is the young people’s strand of the festival, featuring an engaging lineup of Irish and International films for audiences aged 4 - 16, as well as workshops and side-events curated not just to entertain children and parents, but also to provide young audiences with access to a greater range of cultural cinema and filmmaking talent through a unique festival experience.
We can't wait for you to see what's in store at ADIFF Fantastic Flix 2018!
Tickets are now on sale at http://www.diff.ie or call 01 687 7974 for general tickets, groups and school bookings.
Fantastic Flix offers a programme for both primary and secondary level pupils. Suitable for children aged 4 - 16, the programme addresses themes of friendship, bravery, creativity, love and loyalty. Some film screenings will also come with an educational pack for the teacher’s use.
Ticket Prices: €5 per student or €4 per student for DEIS schools. Workshops are priced between €11 and €16.
Fantastic Flix Children’s Jury
Fantastic Flix proud to welcome back the Fantastic Flix Children’s Jury of 11-12 year-olds who will watch, evaluate, and review Fantastic Flix titles from around the world before deciding on one film as the Best Fantastic Flix Film of 2018. Fantastic Flix Children’s Jury is in collaboration with The Ark’s Children’s Council and the Irish Film Classification Office.
Fantastic Flix and the National Youth Media Awards
This year ADIFF is delighted to work with Drugs.ie to present the winning entries from the Drugs.ie ‘Let’s Talk about Drugs’ National Youth Media Awards Short Video Category. The awards aim to encourage discussion of drug-related issues by inviting young people to produce a piece of original content relating to drug and/or alcohol use.
You can find out more about this here.