Family Flicks: Oblivion Island (Japan, 2009) 100 minutes

Saturday, November 9, 2013
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.


Films / Family Event

Price: Free with Museum admission.

Having lost her mother, Haruka is now a 16-year-old girl and feels neglected by her father. She escapes to her grandmother''s house and discovers a fox-like creature who steals her keys. She follows him and is transported into a magical world.

Art activity begins one hour prior to screening (5:00); film begins promptly at sundown (6:00).  This film will be screened in the Museum''s auditorium.

Family Flicks is a new outdoor film series in collaboration with Slab Cinema and held every second Saturday.  

Generously underwritten by the Fay L. and William L. Cowden Charitable Foundation.

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