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Start off Saturday, December 4 at 10:00AM with FAB! Films For Kids. Featuring a holiday family favorite The 12 Dogs of Christmas. The day of films continues from 2:00pm - 8:00pm with films including: Angel Doll, the uplifting story adapted from the Joe Bledsoe novel, Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights and the animated holiday delight featuring the voices of Sandler, Jon Lovitz and other stars, the comedies Scrooged starring Bill Murray and Jingle All the Way starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad, and The Hebrew Hammer (2003) about an orthodox Jewish blaxploitation hero that saves Hanukkah from the clutches of Santa Claus's evil son.
On Sunday, December 5 enjoy a holiday brunch with Café Cinematheque International and see the Oscar® nominated French film Joyeux Noel. Dany Boon (Micmacs) is among the wonderful international cast featured in the moving WWI drama about troops from both sides that call a truce on a Christmas Eve. Catch three more films between 2:00pm and 6:00pm; Yogi’s First Christmas stars everyone's favorite cartoon characters from Jellystone - Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and Cindy Bear, It Happened on Fifth Avenue - the rarely seen Christmas classic from 1947 and Christmas in the Clouds - a holiday romantic comedy and case of mistaken identity at a ski resort owned by a Native American Nation.
For more details visit www.fliff.com or call 954-525-3456.
Admission: With the exception of Cafe Cinematheque, all films are free with the donation of 2 canned or boxed food items or a new unwrapped toy. Admission for Cafe Cinematheque is $12 General Admission | $8 for FLIFF Members
Venue: Cinema Paradiso, 503 SE 6 Street, downtown Fort Lauderdale, just east of the Broward County Courthouse on the south bank of the New River.
Parking: Free in the courthouse parking garage after 6pm Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Meters are free after 6:00pm Friday and Saturday, and free all day Sunday.
The complete film information and schedule is below.
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2010 CAN Film Fest Schedule
Friday, December 3
6:30 pm Holiday treats and Egg Nog
7:30 pm The House Without a Christmas Tree (1972) – A young girl growing up in Nebraska in the 1940s wants nothing more than to have a Christmas tree for the holidays (not rated – would be G). Special guest: Lisa Lucas
Saturday, December 4
10am The 12 Dogs of Christmas (2005) - During the Great Depression, a young girl’s love for dogs teaches the residents of a small town the true meaning of Christmas (rated G).
Noon The Angel Doll (2003) – Heartwarming story originally made for television and adapted from the bestselling novel by Jerry Bledsoe about two boys growing up in North Carolina in the 1950s and the determination of one of the boys to earn enough money to buy his sister an angel doll for Christmas (not rated – would be G).
2pm Jingle All the Way (1996) – It’s a fight to the finish as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad compete to find a Turbo Man action figure in time for the holidays. Rita Wilson and Phil Hartman are also in the cast (rated PG).
4pm Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights (2002) – Adam Sandler provides the voice for the three lead characters in this animated holiday delight that also features the voice talent of Kevin Nealon, Rob Schneider, Jon Lovitz, Norm Crosby, and Tyra Banks (rated PG – 13).
6pm Scrooged (1988) – What are the holidays without a version of the Dickens classic? Here, Bill Murray is a television executive who learns some important lessons when he’s visited by three spirits (rated PG 13).
8pm The Hebrew Hammer (2003) - An orthodox Jewish blaxploitation hero saves Hanukkah from the clutches of Santa Claus's evil son (rated R).
Sunday, December 5
10am Café Cinematheque International starts with a holiday brunch followed by
Joyeux Noel (2005) –Dany Boon (Micmacs) stars in this Oscar-nominated French film (Best Foreign Language) that takes place during WWI when troops from both sides call a truce on a Christmas Eve (rated PG-13).
2pm Yogi’s First Christmas (1980) – Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and Cindy Bear are awakened from hibernation and decide to try and stay awake to celebrate Christmas with their friends at Jellystone Lodge. Features classic animation voice talents including Daws Butler, Don Messick and Janet Waldo (rated G).
4pm It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947) – Often neglected holiday film about a homeless man and his friends who move into a Fifth Avenue mansion in New York City to spend the holidays while the family who lives there is wintering in the South (not rated – would be G).
6pm Christmas in the Clouds (2001) – Mistaken identity and holiday romantic comedy at a ski resort owned by a Native American Nation (rated PG).
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