Wil je je Nederlands op een leuke manier oefenen? Dit is je kans! Op zondag 23 juni is er weer een filmclub. We bekijken de mooie Nederlandse familiefilm ‘Kauwboy’. Als je niveau A1 of hoger hebt kun je al meedoen! En anders helpen we je gewoon een beetje! Sommige scenes zijn niet geschikt voor kinderen jonger dan 9 jaar.
Are you looking for an entertaining way to practise your Dutch? The filmclub is a great opportunity! On Sunday June 23 there will be a new edition. We will be watching the beautiful Dutch movie ‘Kauwboy’! Our program is in Dutch and is suitable for everyone with (at least) an elementary knowledge of Dutch (A1 or higher). Or else, we’ll just help you a little! Some scenes are not suitable for children under 9.
• What? filmclub with Dutch movie ‘Kauwboy’
• When? Sunday June 23 2019 from 13.00 – 16.00/16:30 hrs
• Where? Centrale Bibliotheek Den Haag (Spui 68, third floor)
• How? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for one or more persons.
Kauwboy (director Boudewijn Koole) is an unforgettable movie about a boy growing up in less than ideal circumstances. One day 10-year old Jojo (Rick Lens) brings home a young jackdaw (in Dutch: kauw, pronounced as ‘cow’), that fell out of his nest. Jojo has to keep ‘Kauwtje’ hidden from his aggressive father. ‘Kauwtje’ and Jojo grow a deep friendship, but will Jojo be able to solve the problems with his father?
Kauwboy won the ECFA award for ‘Best European youth film’.
About the Filmclub
Four times a year Dutch language school Direct Dutch Institute and Bibliotheek Den Haag, organise a filmclub with Dutch movies for internationals living in The Hague (and surroundings).
Since everybody is required to speak in simple Dutch (no English allowed), this is a great opportunity to actually speak Dutch! Of course there are teachers present who will help you with your Dutch.
In the course of the afternoon, we will watch the movie and discuss it in small groups, ending in a group discussion. Our program is suitable for everyone with (at least) an elementary knowledge of Dutch (A1/A2) who would like to engage in Dutch culture and build on his or her conversation skills in an informal and fun way.
The filmclub is organised by Direct Dutch Institute and Public Library The Hague.