Special Cinema Screens: Finding Nemo
In the colourful and warm tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, a clownfish named Marlin lives safe and secluded in a quiet cul-de-sac with his only son, Nemo. Fearful of the ocean and its unpredictable risks, he struggles to protect his son. Nemo, like all young fish, is eager to explore the mysterious reef. When Nemo is unexpectedly taken far from home and thrust into a dentist's office fish tank, Marlin finds himself the unlikely hero on an epic journey to rescue his son. In his quest, Marlin is joined by a good Samaritan named Dory, a regal Blue Tang fish with the worst short-term memory and biggest heart in the entire ocean.
'Nemo is filled with great characters, has an exciting story line, is able to entertain both children and grown up types… is sumptuous to watch… I highly recommend this one.' Jen Johnston, Talking Pictures
Foyle Film Festival presents a series of screenings targeted at those living with special needs, such as Dementia, physical and mental challenges, their families and carers.
Films will screen with lights on low level, with no adverts or trailers and the audience will be free to move around, or sing along to any musical number if they so wish. Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits will be served before the film to give people the chance to meet and socialise, and to familiarise themselves with the venue.