Nostalgia Sunday presented by Red Ribbon
July 28, 2019
Reccomended Ages: 8+
The 2019 Pittsburgh International Children’s Film Festival isn’t just for kids! On Sunday, July 28, we’re presenting a full day of classic children’s movies from the 80s and 90s.
Four classic movies for one $10 ticket. Come for one or two, or stick around and check them all out.
PLUS you can add an 8:10 pm screening David Bowie’s Labyrinth for $15 with a special ticket!
Line-up ($10 ticket gets you into all four movies!)
Casper – Noon
The Little Rascals – 2:10 pm
Babe – 4 pm
The Great Muppet Caper – 6 pm
Labyrinth – 8:10 pm (required PLUS ticket)
This event is made possible with support from Natrona Bottling -Red Ribbon Soda!
Casper (1995) – Noon
Hired to rid an old mansion of the ghosts that haunt it, a paranormal expert moves into the house with his daughter Kat. They soon discover that one of the ghosts, Casper, is actually quite friendly, and may be just the friend that lonely Kat needs.
The Little Rascals (1994) – 2:10 pm
The members of the He-Man Woman-Haters Club are preparing for the upcoming go-cart race, but their driver, Alfalfa, is more interested in wooing Darla. The boys are determined to break up the young love birds and build the perfect go-cart in time for the race.
Babe (1995) – 4 pm
Babe is a pig who is trying to find his place on the farm. With help from the sheepdogs, the farmer, and the friendly ewes, he learns to herd sheep—his way.
The Great Muppet Caper (1981) – 6 pm
Kermit and his fellow journalists travel to England to report on a jewel heist. When Miss Piggy is framed for the crime, the muppets work to clear her name.