The movie “Moonrise Kingdom” will be screened in the form of an online stream “My Cinema Live”.
How it works: Viewers choose how much they can spend on a movie ticket and everything will be as if they were buying a movie ticket. After the purchase, the cinema expect donators to receive an email with a stream link exactly 30 minutes before the start of a specific broadcast.
In online cinema, the following schedule applies: Viewers can soak up the cinema atmosphere as early as 30 minutes before the start of the performance. The movie starts at exact time. Viewers can chat through the projection during the projection nad after the film, they can discuss the impressions and film experiences. If viewers do not want to use chat, they can even turn it off.
With the projections organizers will try to evoke the atmosphere of the cinema hall with everything that comes with it. There will be introductions, audience reactions and company of friends. At the same time viewers can support their favorite cinema in a difficult time.
Moonrise Kingdom / Wes Anderson / USA 2012 / 90 min. – It’s summer 1965. A scandal has broken out on an island off the coast of New England, disturbing the tranquil life of its inhabitants: two 12-year-olds, orphan Sam and well brought-up Suzy, have run off together into the wilderness. While infuriated adults try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore, and the peaceful island community is soon turned upside down. The director of the popular, stylistically unclassifiable films The Royal Tenenbaums and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou betrays his typical dry humour and sense of parody, using period references as he pits children’s common sense against the folly of adults: parents, scout master, sheriff and social worker. As usual Wes Anderson could rely on the collaboration of big acting names, eager to be cast in lesser roles, and the actors playing Suzy and Sam are wonderful as well. The film score will also delight audiences, with its playful use of Benjamin Britten’s musical commentary in a masterful interpretation by composer of the original music, Alexandre Desplat.