Nederlandstalige films te zien in Boston!

Het Belmont World Films’s Family Festival loopt van 12 tot 15 januari en vertoont drie Nederlandstalige films! De opbrengst van de vertoning van Brave & Amazing Children gaat naar het Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center in Massachusetts. 

(De vertoning van “Summer” in het Paramount Center is geannuleerd wegens de hevige sneeuwval.)


Friday, January 12, 7:00 PM at the Regent Theatre (7 Medford Street, Arlington)
North American premiere | The Netherlands | 2016 | 74 min | Dutch with subtitles | Age 7-12
Move over James Bond, meet Simon Floret, Master Spy! A kid-friendly James Bond-like adventure about a 10 year-old boy who accidentally wakes up a secret agent who’s been in cryofreeze since 1973. Prizes for best spy costumes! Sponsored by Dutch Culture USA
Tickets: $10, available here.


Sunday, January 14, 1:15 PM at the Regent Theatre (7 Medford Street, Arlington)
East Coast Premiere | Belgium, Sweden, Norway, The Netherlands | 78 min | Dutch & Swedish with subtitles | Age 8-12
A shy skateboarder, who lives with his father in Belgium, reluctantly agrees to help herd reindeer during the summer in Lapland with his estranged mother, whose new family lives amongst the Sami, an indigenous reindeer-herding people. Sponsored by Boston Volvo Village and Dutch Culture USA.
Tickets: $10, available here.


Monday, January 15, 3:45 PM at the Brattle Theatre (40 Brattle Street, Cambridge)
North American premieres | The Netherlands | 2017 | 68 min | Multi-languages with subtitles | Age 9-12
What’s it really like for a child to be a refugee or an immigrant? Meet four children who currently are through four short films: Merna, a Christian refugee from Iraq currently living in Lebanon who earns a spot on the kids version of “The Voice” in Lebanon; Ahmad, a refugee from Syria living in The Netherlands who shows his gratitude to the Dutch people in the only way he knows how; Safia, a refugee from Libya who finds solace in a summer camp while waiting for permanent housing in The Netherlands; and Yassine, the child mayor of Rotterdam originally from Morocco who wants to eradicate prejudice.
Tickets: $10, available here.