Sunday, 19 January 2014

CINÉ KIDS : ERNEST AND CELESTINE

"In normal bear life, it is frowned upon to make friends with a mouse. But Ernest, a big bear who lives on the fringes of bear society, nonetheless welcomes little Celestine into his home..."





SATURDAY, 25 JAN : 2pm
SUNDAY, 26 JAN : 11am

Ciné lumière - Institut Français
17 Queensberry Place - London SW7 2DT
Tube station : South Kensington
Buses : 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 30, C1.

Information and booking : 020 7871 3515
www.institut-français.org.uk

All CinéKids screenings are in FRENCH with ENGLISH subtitles.
5 Pounds.

22 comments:

  1. Great! I want my son to start learning French. It might be a good start. Thank you Sixtine. Camilla

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    1. Oh yes Camilla. It will be a very fun way to start...Sixtine

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  2. Good to know Sixte. My kids will love it, I am sure. Natalia

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    1. It was very popular in France. Sure your children will like it Natalia. Best, Sixte

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  3. My daughter, Sonya, loves cartoons. We will make it there on Sunday. Thank you. Julia

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    1. You're welcome Julia. Best, Sixte

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  4. Ernest aCelestine are going to be watched by my kids (and me) at the weekend. Thank you, Sixte, for letting us know. Fiona

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    1. Good Fiona. I am sure your children will adore it...Best, Sixte

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  5. Sixte, do you think, it will be better to book the tickets or just turning up on the day will do? Thanks. Diana

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    1. Hello Diana. Normally it is fine to turn up on the day. If you want to be sure not to miss it then book the tickets...Best, Sixte

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  6. Kids cinema is a great idea. In French.....even better. Saskia

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  7. My kids love cartoons and I would love them to learn French. Your suggestion is just perfect Sixte. Gabi

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    1. Thank you very much Gabi. I think it is a nice way to accustomed the children with a new language...Best, Sixte

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  8. Hey Sixte, I will take my sons there this Sunday. Thank you. Paula

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    1. Very good idea Paula...Best, Sixte

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  9. I couldn't play the clip above. Anyway, I am taking my kids to watch this cartoon. Best, Mia

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    1. Sorry to hear about it Mia. Try again, it will work this time...Those computers are very moody and they seem to have a life on their own...Best, Sixte

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  10. Is it a French or Disney film? Sounds fun to watch. Thanks, Galia

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    1. Hello Galia. French!!! I tend to put only French films to change from Disney's blockbusters.... Best, Sixte

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  11. Watching foreign language films is the best way to learn a new language for the kids. Pictures explain the words in the most direct way. Thank you Sixtine. Val

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    1. You're welcome Val. You are right, especially when they are young, they tend to absorb information more easily...Sixtine

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