Park Your Cinema Kids: Frozen 2 (2019) - Εικόνα

In this summer’s Park Your Cinema Kids, we invite our young film buffs and their families to discover incredible heroes in worlds that defy the imagination, to embrace tales based on compassion, and to build bridges that abolish differences and create a universe of love and trust.

In all of these stories, the heroes break away from the safety of their world (like Elsa and Anna, who seek the truth beyond Arendelle), choose their unexpected families (like Paddington, the lovable bear, in London), meet the friends with whom they’ll share unforgettable adventures (like the boy who forges an unbreakable bond with the Iron Giant), choose kindness over prejudice (like Shaun the Sheep, when he comes across an alien weed) and, of course, the adventure that makes all of this possible (like the revelation of the Giant Pear). 

Every day, kids are faced with the reminder that the world around us is not black and white: it is multicolored, multifaceted, complex, like these wonderful films chosen by the Athens International Children’s Film Festival, which make up the most exciting summer cinema season at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center.


Frozen 2 (2019):

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? Along with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she will embark upon a dangerous and trilling journey to trace her origins and save her kingdom yet again. The original Frozen film introduced us to two lovable sisters, a charming mountain dude and an unforgettable snowman who loved summer. It became the highest-grossing animated film of all time, and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, as well as for Best Original Song for “Let It Go”. Now the time has come to discover Elsa’s true mission, and the entire awesome gang returns in an epic tale of mystery, that will transport viewers to an enchanted forest, where the four elements of nature (earth, wind, water, fire) rule supreme. A place where all kinds of secrets will be revealed, and our beloved heroes will be changed forever. 

Direction: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

Duration: 103'

Dubbed in Greek.


Saturday 03/07 | 21.00


Entry is free.


For your own safety and in compliance with the measures for maintaining distances as defined by the Hellenic National Public Health Organization, we have designed a special layout at the Great Lawn, with signs indicating the spots where 2 people or families of up to 4 people may sit.

The use of face mask and social distancing measures are mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.

*Viewers are advised to bring mosquito-repellent, as well as a throw or blanket to spread on the ground.


There will be no waiting list. According to the protection measures against COVID-19, on the occasion of the exceedance of the Great Lawn’s visitors maximum capacity, the film screening will be cancelled. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.

Park your cinema, Park Your Cinema Docs and Park your cinema Kids series are free and open to all, thanks to an exclusive grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. 

See also

Saturday 19/06, 21:00

Park Your Cinema Kids: Lilo & Stitch (2002)


Saturday 26/06, 21:00

Park Your Cinema Kids: Remi, Nobody’s Boy (2018)


Friday 25/06, 21:00

Park Your Cinema: School of Rock (2003)