CINÉ-KIDS April 2017

 

TOUT EN HAUT DU MONDE
(Long Way North)

Date: Sunday, 23 April 2017 – 4pm

Rating: PG
In French with English subtitles
France, Denmark | 2015 | 81 min
Director: Rémi Chayé
Voices: Christa Théret, Féodor Atkine, Anthony Hickling
Genre: Animation, Adventure
Synopsis: At the end of the 19th Century, Sasha, an adventurous teenager from the Russian aristocracy, is fascinated by the tales of her grandfather, who disappeared at sea a couple of years earlier. Living her fantasies, she decides to find him and reaches the North Pole, where she discovers her grandfather’s vessel.

Snack: 4pm | Screening: 4.30pm

S$8.00 (AF members and kids) and S$10.00 (Non-members)

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CINÉ-KIDS May 2017

 

IVAN TSAREVITCH ET LA PRINCESSE CHANGEANTE
(Ivan Tsarévitch And The Changing Princess)

Date: Sunday, 21 May 2016 – 4 pm (Première)

Rating: TBA – Please wait for rating to be out before buying tickets for 18 years and below.
France | 2016 | 53mins
Director: Michel Ocelot
Voices: Marine Griset, Julien Beramis, Michel Ocelot
Genre: : Animation, Family, Fantasy
Synopsis: Every night, a girl, a boy and an old projectionist meet up in an abandoned movie theatre. Together, they imagine incredible stories, play dress-up games and dream they’re fairy tale heroes. They stretch their imagination and pose as princesses and explorers: “The Mistress of Monsters”, “The Wizard Student”, “The Sailor and his cat” and “Ivan Tsarévitch and the changing princess” are the 4 dreamy stories resulting from these whimsical games.

Snack: 4pm | Screening: 4.30pm

S$11.00 (AF members and kids) and S$13.00 (Non-members)

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Part of the 6th French Animation Film Festival

CINÉ-KIDS June 2017

 

 

LA PROPHETIE DES GRENOUILLES
(Raining Cats and Frogs)

Date: Sunday, 18 June 2017 – 4pm

Rating: PG
France | 2003 | 90 mins
Director: Jacques-Rémy Girerd
Voices: : Michel Piccoli, Anouk Grinberg, Annie Girardot
Genre: Animation, Family
Synopsis:
It’s a catastrophe! A flood has hit our planet and an unusual group of people is all that remains. Led by Ferdinand, a modern day Noah, this little group has managed to defy the furiously raging elements. People and animals alike are dragged through this incredible whirlpool of an adventure.

 

Snack: 4pm | Screening: 4.30pm

$8.00 (AF members and kids) and $10.00 (Non-members)

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