Enjoy a compilation of animated short films for all ages kindly presented by Alliance Française Auckland for the October school holidays. Please note that there is minimal speaking in most of the films so only the occasional subtitles
Tigres à la queue leu leu (Tigers tied up in one rope)
A very lazy little boy is scolded by his mother for doing nothing but sleeping and eating all day long. He finally decides to get to work and reveals himself to be an inventive and persistant young men.
Directed by Benoît Chieux, France 2014. 6 mins
La petite pousse (The little seed)
One day, while the girl with the magic sheet is dozing, a seed falls into her mouth. A little shoot starts to grow...
Directed by Chaïtane Conversat, France 2015. 10 mins
One, two, tree
This is the story of a tree like all others. One day, he puts on his boots and goes for a walk. He invites every person on his way to join him. The walk becomes a joyful parade...
Directed by Yulia Aronova, France 2014. 7 mins
Prune is a 9 year old girl who is going skiing with her class. A terrible storm descends on the city where her family lives. Her young brother Philémon is about to make a surprising discovery: an Eskimos family has set up house on a roundabout...
Directed by Antoine Lancieux and Sophie Roze, France 2015. 28 mins
Mon 2 Oct – 11am and 1pm
Tue 3 Oct – 11am
Wed 4 Oct – 11am and 1pm
Thu 5 Oct – 1pm
Fri 6 Oct – 11am and 1pm
Mon 9 Oct – 11am and 1pm
Tue 10 Oct – 11am
Wed 11 Oct – 11am and 1pm
Thu 12 Oct – 1pm
- Auditorium, lower ground floor