Children Film screening “L’enfant au grelot” and “Le chat du rabbin”

Month of Francophonie

  • March 30, 2019 at 2:15pm - 4:30pm
  • Alliance Française de Jersey 5 Library place Tel: 01534 875 655
  • Free
  • Cinema

The Alliance Française and the FLAM association organise two screenings for children on Saturday 30th March 2019, at 2:15pm, at the Alliance Française. There will be two cartoons shown to suit children of all ages: “L’enfant au grelot” (for children from 3 years old) and “Le chat du rabbin” (for children from 6).

For our younger audience, “L’enfant du grelot”, a cartoon made by Jacques Rémy Girerd was chosen. It relates the story of a baby, Charlie, who is left alone in the woods, after a snow storm. When he is picked up by a postman, he has a bell in the hand. Charlie is brought up in an orphanage with six other boys and he tries to understand where he comes from. He shares all his secrets with his bell. The cartoon is 26 minutes long.

For older children, “Le chat du rabbin” will be screened. It is the story of Sfar a Rabbi who lives in Alger, in the twenties, with his daughter, a parrot and a mischievous and talkative cat. The Rabbi would like to get rid of him, but the cat is determined to do anything to stay at the Rabbi’s daughter sides. This cartoon was made by Joann Sfar and Antoine Delesvaux. Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes.

The event is free of charge, but booking is required. Films are in French with English subtitles.

To register you can either call us on 01534 875 655, email us: [email protected] or visit us at the Alliance Française. The film will start at 2:30pm.