Sunday, 29 July 2018 – Snacks: 4pm | Screening: 4.30pm
$10 (AF members and kids) and $12 (Non-members)
In association with
France | 2014
In French with English subtitles
Directors: Rémy Durin, Arnaud Demuynck, Anne Viel, Marjorie Caup
Four short films will be presented during this screening on a strange topic: carrots!
Carrot Jam: two rabbits discover that their store of carrot jam is empty. But nobody ever said that carrots can only be found in gardens! And certainly not their uncle Robert who has left them a precious treasure map…
The Big Carrot: A mouse is being hunted by a cat who’s being hunted by a dog who’s being hunted by a girl who’s being reprimanded by her grandma who’s grumbling about needing carrot for his soup.
The Little Hedgehog: A little hedgehog finds a magnificent apple in the woods. He rolls it behind a rock where he can enjoy it at his leisure. But some uninvited guests show up at his feast…
The Scent of Carrot: A rabbit and a squirrel both love food and good company. They nevertheless quarrel over their different tastes. The squirrel moves out during the night and is caught by a fox…
Snack: 4pm | Screening: 4.30pm
Groups of 8 or more (friends, family, company, school…) can benefit from the AF member price/ticket by writing an email to Pauline Jorge, Cultural Programming Manager of the Alliance Française (firstname.lastname@example.org).