SUPER MISS

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All this because of that mysterious statue found by brand-new primary-school teacher Josie! Suddenly she’s acquired superpowers: she can talk to animals, and shoots across the sky like a green whirlwind. As „Super Miss“, she rescues animals in need of help. At the new school, she tries to hide these abilities from the children, but it doesn’t take long for the fourth-graders to discover her alter ego. When a young tiger disappears from the city zoo, the super teacher and the kids must join forces to solve the mystery. Will they be able to save the animals and prevent a greater disaster from occurring? An imaginative and humorous animal adventure based on popular children’s books by Janneke Schlotveld.

Recommended for ages 6 and up
School: 1st-4th grade

tags: Friendship, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Animal, Feature film, Kinderfilmfest

Cast: Diewertje Dir, Hassan Salah Slaby, Harry Piekema, Carly Wijs

Credits

Screenplay: Tijs van Marle

Original Material: Janneke Schotveld

Director of Photography: Jorrit Garretsen

Film Editor: Michiel Boesveldt

Composer: Matthijs Kieboom

Production Designer: Dimitri Merkoulov

Costume Design: Margriet Procee

Sound: Ed van Baaren

Producer: Paul Voorthuysen

Production Company: PVPictures b.v.

World Sales: Incredible Film

Director: Martijn Maria Smits

biography

Martijin Smits, born in 1975, holds a degree in film directing from the Dutch High School of Arts. For MTV Networks, he directed commercials and music videos. His short films THE BUG (200) and BROTHER’S KEEPER (2008) were shown at numerous festivals and received various awards. With Erwin van den Eshof, he wrote and directed the first Dutch zombie comedy, the short film OFF ROAD (2010). In 2013, the two created the comedy show POPOZ and in 2015 the feature film of the same title. In 2017, Smits directed 14 episodes of the adventure series HUNTER STREET for Nickelodeon.

Screenings

Tuesday, 7/2/2019, 3:00 PM (84 Min.)
Rio 1
German simultaneous translation
Thursday, 7/4/2019, 9:00 AM (84 Min.)
Gasteig Carl-Amery-Saal
German simultaneous translation