3 Films and Cartoons based on literary works from the School Curriculum

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn”, 1982

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn", 1982

Book: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain

Film: “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn”, 1982, directed by Stanislav Govorukhin

Grade 5

“The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn” is a three-part television feature film. Although an adaptation of the most famous novel by American writer Mark Twain, In the Adventures of Tom Sawyer. If that is The small but brave heroes search for treasure, become “pirates,” and engage in a dangerous battle with Indian Joe. But the most important thing in this story is that they learn to be faithful friends and good people. Because the director succeeded in transferring to the screen. The atmosphere of the children’s rebelliousness, carefree spirit, and excitingly adventurous spirit of the book.

Alice in Wonderland, 1951

Alice in Wonderland, 1951

Book: “Alice in Wonderland,” “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” Lewis Carroll

Cartoon: “Alice in Wonderland”, 1951, directors: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Lasky

“Alice in Wonderland” is a cartoon film created by Walt Disney Productions in 1951. Based on the two books by the English writer Lewis Carroll. However, Alice in Wonderland and Alice in the Looking Glass are forever. If This is a magical cartoon with beautiful animation and stunning music. The plot of Disney’s Alice differs from the traditional interpretation of Carroll, but it does not change. The character and the essence of the heroine herself. In the cartoon, just like in the book, Alice is spontaneous, inventive, and terribly curious.

She constantly gets into unusual situations without paying the slightest attention to their absurdity. Althrough, No matter how difficult these situations are, Alice will always find a way out or just make it up. Either way, the ending will be a happy one. “Alice in Wonderland” is just the cartoon that you want to review a million times. So you can easily turn on the cartoon together with your child and immerse yourself in carefree childhood.

“Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka”, 1961

"Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka", 1961

Book: The Night Before Christmas, Nikolai Gogol

Film: “Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka”, 1961, directed by Alexander Row

6th grade

The film “Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka” will help you get acquainted with national traditions and customs from Gogol’s works. However, elements of folklore, traditional images, and Christmas symbols all visually complement the story’s plot. The glistening snow, the Ukrainian huts, the warm glowing windows. The plot unfolds on Christmas Eve when the devil steals the month. Because the blacksmith, Vakula, son of the local witch, Solokha, seeks the favor of Oksana, the beautiful hut girl, and she sets a condition. I will marry her if you bring me the slippers from Empress Catherine’s feet. Because a real Christmas movie, filled with fairy tales and charms, will be a successful illustration of what you’ve read.

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