• Mar 21, 2010 from 6:30am to 7:45am
  • Location: IFC Center
  • Latest Activity: Aug 21, 2019
FRANCE, VARIOUS, 2010, 80 MIN RECOMMENDED AGES: 8 TO ADULT THE ANIMAUTEURS: 50 YEARS OF FRENCH ANIMATION A tantalizing collection of recent works from some of France’s most creative and influential animators. Anchoring the lineup, Sylvain Chomet’s The Old Lady and the Pigeons garnered top prizes at Annecy and BAFTA, an Oscar nomination, and paved the way for his next film, the ground breaking Triplets of Belleville. Also included are current Oscar nominated French Roast from Fabrice Joubert, the Oscar nominated Oktapodi, and additional award-winning shorts from cartoon masters Serge Elissalde, Marie Caillou, Jerome Boulbes and others. The Old Lady and the Pigeons - OSCAR NOMINATED Sylvain Chomet, 1998, 25 min French Roast – NY PREMIERE – 2010 OSCAR NOMINATED Fabrice Joubert, 2008, 8 min Joseph's Snails – US PREMIERE Sophie Roze, 2009, 12 min Black Tea – US PREMIERE Serge Elissalde, 2008, 5 min Masks Jérôme Boulbès, 2009, 7.5 min Marika and the Wolf Marie Calliou, 2003, 6.5 min Oktapodi – OSCAR NOMINATED Bocabeille/Chanioux/Delabarre/Marchand/Marmier/Mokhberi, 2007, 3 min White Birds, Black Birds Florence Miailhe, 2002, 4 min A Mouse's Tail Benjamin Renner, 2007, 4 min Comment: Subject matter in some films may not be appropriate for audiences under age 8.
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