Sunday Movie Kids : Vanille & Snow
Decolonisation, gender and sustainability: a film cycle that addresses three important and current societal issues. Auditorium. Sunday 12 February 2023, from 11:00 to 12:30.
MEG's Sunday movies continue for a season around three essential and current notions: decolonisation, gender and sustainability.
Documentary, fiction and animation films addressing these themes will be screened free of charge in the Museum's Auditorium on several Sundays each month.
Two short films of 26mn each will be screened for this session. They both deal with the notions of differences and biodiversity in two different regions of the world.
- Vanille, by Guillaume Lorin, France and Guadeloupe, 2020
Vanille, a little Parisian girl freshly arrived in Guadeloupe, plunges into an adventure tinged with mystery, meeting picturesque characters and a magic flower. This holiday promises to be full of twists and turns!
Recommended age: from 5 years old.
- Neige, by Antoine Lanciaux and Sophie Roze, France, 2015
When Prune, a 9 year old girl, has just left with her class to go to a ski resort, an incredible snowstorm hits the town where her family lives.Philemon, her younger brother, will then make an astonishing discovery: an Inuit family has settled on a roundabout.The meeting of two worlds will make a wonderful adventure possible...
Recommended age: from 4 years.
Films are shown in French.
After the screening, the MEG Café will welcome you for a family brunch.
Please reserve directly with the MEG Café: 022/418 90 86.
Subject to availability.
Important note: Please note that the cinema ticket does not include the brunch.
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