The BFI animation season

26th January 2001 at 00:00
The British Film Institute season, Born to be Wild, runs until April at the National Film Theatre on London's South Bank. The films are all rated U or PG. February's movies will be shown on Saturday afternoons and feature dinosaurs. Children's tickets are pound;1.

February 3: The Lost World (1925) - stop-motion February 10: Dinosaur (2000) - computer-generated images February 7: The Land Before Time (1988) - cell animation, and Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) - animated drawings February 24: One Million Years BC (1966) - stop-motion The screenings will be accompanied by supervised workshops for children aged six to nine. Joint tickets for the workshops (20 places only) and films are pound;3.50. Telephone 020 7928 0274 or go to www.bfi.org.ukwild


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