SCREENINGS OPEN ONLY TO SCHOOLS
Extending the age range of the children’s programming, we create the Juniors Section, thinking of those who face the last years of childhood. The main objective of this session continues to be to encourage a love of cinema and the five short films that make up this session are fully adequate for their age. We are sure they will benefit from the contact with narratives in most new cases to them.
In a valley, a dog lives happily with his owner, an uncommon shepherd. This shepherd doesn’t only shear his sheep’s wool, but he creates clouds out of it, to make rain, thus preserving the cycle of life. But if the shepherd wasn’t everlasting, what would happen to the valley ? The young dog would have to be creative and persistent to avoid the worst.
The Bird and the Whale is a story about a young whale struggling to find his voice. After straying too far from his family to explore a shipwreck, he discovers a single survivor, a caged songbird. Together, they struggle to survive lost at sea.
Finn has spots on his skin. One day, he meets a group of cool kids with different spots on their bodies. One day, he understands that these spots aren't just pretty.
The symbolic story of a man arriving on a perfect Earth, who encounters his nemesis in the shape of ocean pollution.
A desperately lonely Cyclops lives on a deserted island. Time passes, the seasons too. One summer night, he discovers a bird hatching from an egg. Very quickly, a fusional relationship binds them, until summer came back…
A teenage girl battling obsessive compulsive disorder has to deal with the bullies of the bullies of her school everyday until a traumatic event convinces her that her disorder may be an indication of supernatural powers.
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