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Ernest & Célestine

Film/Video

Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Image courtesy of GKIDS
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Image courtesy of GKIDS
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Image courtesy of GKIDS
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Image courtesy of GKIDS
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Image courtesy of GKIDS
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine
Ernest & Célestine

Ernest & Célestine

(Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, 2012, France/Belgium)
Ages 8 and up

Sat, Dec 7, 2013 7 PM

Little mice are taught to be afraid of bears, but when Célestine’s dream of meeting a bear is realized, the shabby Ernest proves to be the best friend an open-minded mouse could hope for. The film’s beautiful, old-fashioned, watercolor style of animation makes Ernest & Célestine stand out in a world of cookie-cutter 3D animations, and so does its charm and poignant story. A favorite with audiences around the world, Ernest & Celestine is the latest film from the creative animators of A Town Called Panic, a hit at the 2009 edition of Zoom. In French with English subtitles. (79 mins., video)

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