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"Rasmus geht seinen Weg" - Gruppe für Lehrer

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Jackson Cook
Jackson Cook

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It's an emotionally gutting moment in the 1994 animated film, punctuated by the camera zooming out as Simba cries out at the sight of his dead father and coupled with the sight of an adorable little lion trying to snuggle with his father with no hope of ever having another father-son moment. The 2019 remake, directed by Jon Favreau, repeats this moment on just about a beat-for-beat level, down to the camera zooming out as Simba shouts in terror. J.D. McCrary, voicing the young Simba before Donald Glover takes over as the adult version, does an excellent job of sounding just as tearful and desperate and overwrought as the character should be.




1994 (2019) s01.mp4



For once, mercifully, the new Lion King is allowing itself to be funny. It's letting itself have a sense of charm and life that isn't defined solely by photorealistic computer technology. The technology in The Lion King (2019) is the one element that just about all critics have agreed on in their reviews. In almost every scene, the VFX looks as convincing as the real thing would (at least to those of us who've never traveled to Africa, and can only see it in pictures or on screens). The choice to make the story one driven by photoreal technology has certainly paid off at the box office: The Lion King has made over $250 million at the domestic box office alone, and will likely be the highest-grossing Disney remake to date, surpassing Beauty and the Beast (2017) when all is said and done.


Just because the characters in The Lion King were photorealistic to look at didn't mean they couldn't have lives behind their more animalistic, less cartoonish eyes. A number of critics, including yours truly, have argued that the new Lion King, for all the effort put in to making the setting seem like the real McCoy, wound up being surprisingly lifeless. No doubt, when you put up a compare-and-contrast between the 1994 and 2019 versions, there's a stark difference, visually. But the lifelessness extended behind the camera. 041b061a72


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Die Schule der magischen Tiere

Theaterstück für eine Schulklasse nach dem Buch von Margit Auer

Im Kinderhaus der Brunsviga in Braunschweig haben wir im Herbst 2022 das Theaterstück "Die Schule der magischen Tiere" mit Kindern aufgeführt, und eine tolle Aufführung mit fast 300 Besuchern zum Abschluss des Aufführungsworkshops erleben dürfen. Wir bemühen uns weiter darum, hier mehr Fotos aus der Aufführung zeigen zu dürfen, und bereiten zumindest einen weiteren Aufführungsworkshop mit diesem Stück vor. Interessierte Schulen oder andere Einrichtungen für Kinder können sich einfach direkt an uns wenden!

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