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ŻiguŻajg showing Christmas films for the very little ones

Films are being screened at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta
A scene from the film ‘Teddy’s Christmas’. Photo: Fantefilm

ŻiguŻajg, the arts festival for children and young people, is holding a number of film screenings for the Christmas season at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta.

After The Smeds and the Smoos (2022), which was screened last Sunday for the very little ones (aged two to four), it is the turn of Puffin Rock and the New Friends (2023) for kids aged five to seven.

Based on the beloved Netflix series of the same name, the new animated feature sees favourite characters Oona, Baba, May, and Mossy joined by a new cast of characters as Isabelle, Phoenix and Marvin arrive on the island. The show follows their adventures as the last Little Egg of the season disappears under mysterious circumstances.

Puffin Rock and the New Friends is being screened on December 24 at 11am. For tickets, click here.

A still from Puffin Rock and the New Friends.

Teddy’s Christmas (2022), a film for children of all ages, is then showing on December 28 at 5pm and on the 29th and 31st at 11am.

While visiting a Christmas market in her Norwegian town, eight-year-old Mariann suddenly sees an unbelievable sight: on the top shelf of a carnival game booth, the most adorable stuffed teddy bear has just moved his head and sneezed. Feeling an instant connection with the living stuffed-animal, Mariann cannot think of any better Christmas wish than to win him as a prize.

Tickets for Teddy’s Christmas are available here.

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