Wednesday, 26 March 2014

CINÉ KIDS : A CAT IN PARIS

"Dino the cat has two lives. During the day, he lives with Zoe, the daughter of a police officer. By night, he scales the rooftops of Paris alongside a skillful burglar..."

Directors : Jean-Loup Felicioli - Alain Gagnol



From 6 years old

Sun 30 Mar : 11.00am

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.

32 comments:

  1. Oh Great! This is a way to celebrate Mother's Day with your kids. Tracy

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    1. Yes Tracy, this is a nice way to celebrate it...French do not celebrate it this day so...Enjoy! Best, Sixte

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  2. thanks for letting me know. It suppose to my day, but my kids will get a treat. This is what we, mums, do. Zoe

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    1. It's true Zoe. But in a way, every day is our day no? You can always have a lovely brunch afterwards...(Wolseley anyone???). Best, Sixte

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  3. My children love cartoons. a French one will help them to be in contact with another language. All good! Best, Lucia

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    1. Of course Lucia. You are completely right...And those French cartoons are always different from the "blockbusters" which are annoying for some...(the same story, same plot, same characters, same computerized drawings, etc...). Best, Sixte

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  4. Family Fun!!! Something worthwhile to do on Sunday (even, if it is Mother's Day). Clara

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    1. Thank you Clara. It is not Mother's Day for French so... Best, Sixte

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  5. Nice thing to do this Sunday. Thanks. Siobhan

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    1. You're welcome Siobhan. Best, Sixte

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  6. Dino seems to do what a lot of humans do - leading a double life. I hope kids will see it as a bad thing. I will take my two darlings to see this film. Many thanks. Alexa

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    1. Hi Alexa. Yes, I know what you mean. But if you see the trailer, you may focused the story on a "missing father", the double life there being only a pretext...Obviously, it is how I see it... Best, Sixte

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  7. OK, one has to book the tickets or just turning up will be fine, please? Thank you, Sally

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    1. Hello Sally. As it is Mother Day (but not for the French...), I am sure that you can just turn up... Best, Sixte

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  8. Great French cartoon! Kids must see it! Adele

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    1. Thank you very much Adele... Best, Sixte

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  9. Sunday morning family together time....and some linguistic education. Perfect! Sara

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    1. Thank you Sara. The best of both world...Best, Sixte

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  10. Fantastic way to occupy kids (and get them out of bed) on Sunday morning. Cheers, Liz

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    1. Yes, you are right Liz, thank you...Best, Sixte

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  11. I am looking forward to watching this cartoon as much as my daughter. This will be a bonding time. Vera

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    1. Ah, this is very sweet Vera. I wish you a lovely time...Best, Sixte

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  12. My son is over the moon to go to the "movies". He started learning French at school. Many thanks. Martha

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    1. Oh lovely Martha. It will be perfect for your son then... Have a really good time. Best, Sixte

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  13. French cartoons are the best! Juliette

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    1. I do think so Juliette. It is not because I am French but characters, stories and drawings are more subtle than blockbusters. Disney's cartoonist and graphic engineers are mostly French...Best, Sixte

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  14. It is worth mentioning that the there is a time change this Sunday. The clocks are being moved forwards. We don't want kids to be late one hour for the film. Best, Martina

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    1. Of course Martina, you are absolutely right. Thank you very much for reminded us...All the best, Sixte

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  15. My daughter asked if today was Sunday. She is so keen to see the cartoon. Thanks, Sixte. Barbara

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    1. That's lovely Barbara. I am so glad to know it, thanks. Enjoy! Best, Sixte

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  16. When is Mother's Day in France, please? Claire

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    1. Hello Claire. It is the 25 of May (still have lots of time...). Best, Sixte

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