CANAL+ FAMILY Evening
Although this is his first animated film, Director Genndy Tartakovsky is no novice to the field, as he worked with George Lucas on Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
This showing of Hotel Transylvania will be preceded by two short films: It's a Dog's Life and Goodnight, Mr. Foot, Genndy Tartakovsky.
Friday 14 June 22:15 - Le Pâquier
Saturday 8 June → Monday 30 November - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
Preceded by the first episode of Calimero in sneak preview screening.
Wednesday 12 June 22:15 - Le Pâquier
Day of the Crows received a standing ovation after its sneak preview screening at last year’s Festival. So see you this year at Parc Vignières Pommaries for some more moments full of emotion at the heart of the forest and "ogrefying" but terribly touching adventures.
Saturday 15 June 22:30 - Parc Vignières Pommaries Open-air screen
Crulic tells us his story, the true story of a man incarcerated for a theft he never committed. To make his voice heard, Crulic starts a hunger strike which will be fatal to him.
As an animation film for adults, it won the Cristal for best feature at Annecy 2012.
Saturday 15 June 22:00 - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
Generational conflicts and the discovery of fire awaits you in this hilarious new gem from DreamWorks studios.
You’ll find some familiar characters like the overprotective father, the rebellious teen or the whiny stepmother, who will take you back to your last family holidays!
Tuesday 11 June 22:00 - La Turbine Open-air screen
When their wolfman father disappears, Ame and Yuki set off to live in a village with Hana, their mother.
Tuesday 11 June 22:15 - Le Pâquier
Saturday 15 June 22:15 - Le Pâquier
Come along to the Pâquier at 10:15 pm to see or see again the Disney/Pixar favourite of 2001, Monsters Inc.
Take a trip to the land of nice-guy monsters Mike and Sulley, and their friendship with young Boo.
Monday 10 June 22:15 - Le Pâquier
Follow Oggy's adventures and his constant battle with the cockroaches from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages and the Industrial Revolution.
Release date France: 7th August 2013
This 6-short-film programme will present, amongst others, the first film by Polish director Jerzy Kucia, Return (1972), and Tuning the Instruments (2000). Two poetic, contemplative and lyrical works which overview the favorite themes he explores in his art.
Tuesday 11 June → Monday 30 November - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
Thursday 13 June 22:00 - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
Paris, 2054. In a black-and-white world, Avalon puts marginal cop Karas in charge of finding Ilona Tasuiev, an employee who has been kidnapped. As he investigates into her disappearance, Karas finds out that Ilona is at the centre of a conflict that could change the future of humanity.
Monday 10 June 22:00 - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
The Flying Machine mixes stop motion animation and live action in an exquisite blend of animated pictures and classical music.
In this film celebrating the bicentenary of Frederic Chopin’s birth, the masterly Lang Lang offers a sublime performance of the composer’s études.
Friday 14 June 22:00 - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard
The A Trip Trough Servaisgraphy programme will present two films from Belgian director Raoul Servais known as the Magician of Ostend: the short Nocturnal Butterflies, winner of the Grand Prix at Annecy 1998, and the feature Taxandria (1995), which mixes live action and animation.
Wednesday 12 June 22:00 - Musée-Château d'Annecy Courtyard