Anima Saturdays: Season 2017 - 2018
Flagey and Anima have joined forces to offer the kids eight exceptional appointments. Eight afternoons' entertainment to watch an animated feature or a programme of animated short films, followed by a little snack and an initiation workshop into various animation processes for a group of 25 youngsters.
The workshops, reserved exclusively for kids over 5 and presented in French and Dutch, will be hosted by the JEF association and the children will be able to try their hands at making their own little films.
Once again, we've rooted out some sneak peeks and never-before-seen films for this season, either in French or without dialogue (indicated with a *), so that kids speaking any language can enjoy them...
Beginning of the film at 2 pm, Studio 5, Flagey
Film + snack + workshop: €10
We advise reserving in advance!
Saturday 30th September 2017 - Panique tous courts !
Saturday 28th October 2017 - A deux, C’est mieux
Saturday 18th November 2017 - Un Conte peut en cacher un autre
Saturday 2nd December 2017 - Myrtille et la lettre au Père Noël
Saturday 20th January 2018 - Mickey Mouse, The Jazz Fool
Saturday 10th March 2018 - The Red Turtle
Saturday 31st March 2018 - Wallace & Gromit: Cœurs à modeler
Saturday 21st April 2018 - We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Saturday 30th September 2017
Autour de Minuit
Panique tous courts !
Running time: 42 minutes
All audiences, from 5 years
A programme of 4 short films by Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier
Janine et Steven vont en vacances • Laurent, le neveu de cheval • Le Bruit du Gris • La Rentrée des classe
There's more than just school in life! Cowboy and Indian have even forgotten that it's time to go back to school. It's just as well their overflowing imaginations can help them get over the disappointment! The Anima Saturdays can also help school kids from 5 to 12 forget about school once a month with some film entertainment. And for the do-it-yourselfers, there's even the possibility to continue the fun with a creative initiation workshop into some animation techniques.
Saturday 28th October 2017
Les Films du Préau
A deux, C’est mieux*
Running time: 38 minutes
Film for 3 to 8 year-olds – Workshop from 5 years
A programme of 7 short films
The Two Sheep, Julia Daschinskaya, Russia, 4’04 • The Mole and the Eartworm, Johannes Schiehsl, Germany, 3’20 • Hard to be a Sparrow, Daria Vyatkina, Russia, 7’55• Bat Time, Elena Walf, Germany, 3’59 • Zoo Story, Veronika Zacharova, Czech Republic, 4’• Where's Ronald?, Jorn Leeuwerink, Emma Van Dam, Robien Aerts, The Netherlands, 6’42 • Pawo, Antje Heyn, Germany, 7’38
It's so much better to share your games, sorrows and experiences with someone else...
A sweet little outing all about friendship and specially conceived for the little ones.
Saturday 18th November 2017
Le Parc Distribution
Un Conte peut en cacher un autre
Running time: 61 minutes
From 6 years
Animated feature by Jakob Schuh and Jan Lachauer, Great Britain, 2016
After Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, here's another adaptation of a Roald Dahl book by the producers of The Gruffalo and Mr Stick Man! How can you reinvent fairytales in a fun and intelligent way? Imagine that Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White are old pals... They could work together to get rid of hungry predators or murderous stepmothers! And what would Jack (of beanstalk fame) do if he had Cinderella for a neighbour? A smooth-talking wolf will let us know...
Saturday 2nd December 2017
Le Parc Distribution
Myrtille et la lettre au Père Noël
Running time: 35 minutes
Film for 4 to 8 year-olds – Workshop for children 5 years and over
The magic of Christmas in 3 fantasy tales.
« The Fox and the Mouse », Camille Chaix, Hugo Jean, Juliette Jourdan, Marie Pillier, Kevin Roger, France, 2015, 6’, no dialogue. • « Crispy », Dace Riduce, Latvia, 2014, 9’, no dialogue • « Myrtille et le lettre au Père Noël », Edmunds Jansons, Latvia, 2016, 26’, French Version.
Saturday 20th January 2018
Libération Films/ Walt Disney Motion Pictures
Mickey Mouse, The Jazz Fool*
Running time: around 50 minutes
For all audiences, from 5 years
As part of the Brussels Jazz Festival, a programme of Mickey Mouse episodes on the topic of jazz, created by Ub Iwerks between 1928 and1934 (black and white).
Episodes : Steamboat Willie • The Jazz Fool • Building a Building • Camping Out • Mickey’s Orphans • The Beach Party • Blue Rythm
Discover how the best known little mouse in the world started out on the big screen, his love for the piano, his first meeting with Minnie and other misfortunes befalling this well-loved icon of the Disney Studios, in a never-before-seen barefaced and voiceless original version.
Saturday 10th March 2018
The Red Turtle (De rode schildpad)*
Running time: 80 minutes
From 8 years
Animated feature by Michaël Dudok de Wit, France/Belgium/Japan, 2016
This beautiful, contemplative and atmospheric film is ideal viewing for both children and parents alike with a sensitivity towards the all-powerful nature and the subtlety of emotional or romantic bonds. The story of a shipwreck survivor stranded on a tropical island inspired by the dazzling aesthetics of the Japanese studio Ghibli (co-producers of the film). Guaranteed to blow you away.
Saturday 31st March 2018
Wallace & Gromit: Cœurs à modeler*
Running time: 60 minutes
All audiences, from 5 years
No dialogue (a few lines in French)
A Close Shave, Nick Park, Great Britain, 1995, 30’ • A Matter of Loaf and Death, Nick Park, Great Britain 2005, 29’
Whether they are window-cleaners or bakers, Wallace and Gromit put their hearts into their work.... In both A Close Shave (with the first appearance of Shaun the Sheep) and A Matter of Loaf and Death (previously unreleased in cinemas), it's Wallace's blind love that leads our famous duo into some crazy adventures that play out like a detective story!
Saturday 21st April 2018
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Running time: 30 minutes
All audiences, from 4 years
TV special by Joanna Harrison and Robin Shaw, Great Britain, 2017 preceded by « La Cage », Loïc Bruyère, France, 2016, 6’
Adapted from the popular book of the same name by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury, this very British film tells the story of a father and his 4 children out on a quest in the English country side to find a... bear! Where could it be?