Ivan’s Childhood

18:00 Ivan’s Childhood, produced in 1962 and directed by Andrei Tarkovsky and Eduard Abalov, is an 84-minute film that poetically explores the effect of war on children through the 12-year-old Ivan who is placed in a German prison camp after Nazi invaders destroy his village and kill his family in the midst of war-torn Russia during World War II. A.M. Qattan Foundation.

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