Polonia for Kids Foundation invites all children to a special screening of a Mikołaj Haremski’s new movie “Gabriel”. The show will start at 15:00 on June 1st, which is also an International Children’s Day.
“Gabriel” is the story about twelve-year-old boy. Having lost his mother long ago, Tomek lives with his grandparents in a small Polish village. Though lonely and friendless, he has a passion for cars, and spends all his free time in the garage with Raszynski, a local mechanic, who teaches him how to build and repair them. Determined to reunite with his long-lost father, Tomek runs away from home and embarks on a journey across southern Poland. He quickly runs into obstacles, but receives aid from an unexpected companion: the mysterious and charming youth Gabriel, who joins him on his search. With his new friend’s help, Tomek moves ever nearer to his goal—and a long-kept family secret.
Admission for all kids under 15 is free of charge, the rest pays $12. The event’s partial sponsors are Polish Slavic Federal Credit Union and film studio Anima-Pol from Łódź.
Tickets (for all above 15) are available online on Sony Tickets or at the Viva Dance Studio in Trenton, Polka Deli in Philadelphia, Universal Agency in Linden, RAMPA Millenium in Greenpoint, Boczniewicz Travel in Clifton i Classic Travel in Wallington.
For more information, please, contact: Violeta 609 577 5312 or Tomek 201 878 7990 | email: email@example.com
and visit: Polonia for Kids Foundation | FB profile
Photo © “Gabriel” directed by Mikołaj Haremski