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Children's Cinema

Children's Cinema Photo: Norsk filminstitutt
Children's Cinema Photo: Norsk filminstitutt

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Film screenings for children, primarily in Norwegian.


  • Films Films

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Where:Cinemateket, Filmens Hus
8/8/2015 - 9/27/2015
1:00 PM
Where: Cinemateket, Filmens Hus
8/8/2015 - 9/27/2015
2:00 PM


Tram No.12 > Kongens gate
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Children's Cinema - Photo: Norsk filminstitutt

Children's Cinema

Film screenings for children, primarily in Norwegian....

Children's Cinema

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