A child meets a cloud and friendship blossoms into poetry! Oscar, the young boy, and Hoo, his cloud friend, set off together to discover the world. In the company of Ella, their young neighbor, they explore the joys and weather the small storms of childhood emotions without ever losing sight of their friendship.
Tuesday 13 June 14:00 → 15:15 - Salle Pierre Lamy
In the year 2054, Godzilla obliterates the Earth, marking an utter defeat for the human race. People board the hyper-speed spaceship and abandon the planet and its survivors, to endure a long and harsh exodus in space. Twenty years go by. The drifting survivors start warming up to the idea of returning to Earth.
Wednesday 14 June 09:30 → 10:45 - Salle Pierre Lamy
One of the galaxy's most charming space biker outlaws, Johnny Holliday and his ragtag crew of rebel bandits are put on a collision course with the legendary villain Kathulo to determine the fate of the galaxy. Along the journey, Johnny will also have to deal with Ramona Sanchez, a hot-headed childhood rival who protects their town of Rio Bravo.
Thursday 15 June 09:30 → 10:45 - Salle Pierre Lamy
A young boy learns to take control over his life when he is shrunk to the size of an insect and has to sail his own toy boat through a flooded café. Morten has to be shrunk down before he can grow up.
Friday 16 June 09:30 → 10:45 - Salle Pierre Lamy
Follow Scott Lang's adventures as Ant-Man, dealing with everything from super villains to miniature alien invasions (and occasionally helping Cassie with her homework). Along with The Wasp and Hank Pym, Ant-Man protects the world one inch at a time!
Friday 16 June 14:00 → 15:15 - Salle Pierre Lamy
Little Vampire is bored. He has been ten years old for three hundred years and he wants to go to school and make new friends. Michael is an orphan with problems at school, and his meeting with Little Vampire sets him on a course for adventure in a world of fantasy and imagination. As the two forge their new friendship, the terrible Gibbus appears.
Wednesday 14 June 11:15 → 12:30 - Salle Pierre Lamy
Based on the best-selling children's novel by Deborah Ellis, "The Breadwinner" tells the story of Parvana, an 11-year-old girl growing up in Afghanistan in 2001. When her father gets arrested, Parvana dresses up as a boy in order to work and provide for her family. Together with her best friend Shauzia, she risks getting caught when she tries to find her father.
Tuesday 13 June 09:30 → 10:45 - Salle Pierre Lamy
The film follows the life of Tito, a 10-year-old boy who is on mission to save the world from an unusual epidemic: people are getting sick whenever they get scared.
Thursday 15 June 11:15 → 12:30 - Salle Pierre Lamy
Brest, 1950. Workers are on a strike calling in vain for higher wages. P'tit Zef, Édouard, and Désiré take part in the demonstrations organised by the CGT syndicate when the situation suddenly becomes violent. The police shoot into the crowd and a bullet hits Édouard in the forehead. The CGT calls upon the filmmaker René Vautier to film the events.
Wednesday 14 June 14:00 → 15:15 - Salle Pierre Lamy
The fable of Aladdin originated in China and has since become a timeless story beloved around the world. "Wish Dragon" is a contemporary adaptation that will entertain and delight both children and adults as it transmits some of China's core values. The most important things in life –hard work, honesty and family – cannot be wished for.
Tuesday 13 June 11:15 → 12:30 - Salle Pierre Lamy
"Zero Impunity" is a contemporary story of irony. While we have legal arsenal to condemn sexual violence in times of war, total impunity still exists. Survivors, whistle-blowers, psychologists... men and women have freed their voices in this film about the love they all have for life and humanity.
Friday 16 June 11:15 → 12:30 - Salle Pierre Lamy