Cin’Atelier of September


The Media Library and Cinema teams of the Institut français offer you a new program to both exercise your children’s brains and help them discover new horizons! Cin’Ateliers are a package made of a cinema screening and a creative workshop linked with the chosen film. Ideal to keep your children busy for a few hours, and have them develop a wide array of skills!

$2 per screening / $3 per workshop / Package: $5 (screening + workshop)
Registration on site or by email via [email protected]
  • Saturday, September 9th

         9:30am – Creative Workshop : “Modeling Clay” – Youth area of the Media Library /10 people max

Do your kids love playdough? They can knead it, flatten it, roll it, cut it, assemble it, transform it… Using tools to work the dough such as rollers and spatulas, come and create your own statue of Obelix!

        10:30am – Screening : “Asterix and Cleopatra” by Ray Goossens and René Goscinny (1967) – 68 minutes / French with English subtitles

In a tiny corner of Brittany, one small village of indomitable Gauls holds out against the almighty, all-conquering Romans. The Gauls are mighty fighters, but none more so than Asterix, a dauntless and cunning warrior who gets his tremendous strength from drinking a magic potion supplied to him by Druid Getafix. Watch the trailer!

  • Saturday, September 23rd

         9:30am – Creative Workshop: “Bateau viking” – Espace jeunesse de la Médiathèque /10 personnes max 

There are few things kids enjoy doing more than playing in the water, and boats kick the fun up a notch. Come and build your own boat and test its resistance during a naval battle with your comrades!

        10:30am – Screening: « Asterix In Britain » by Pino Van Lamsweerde (1986) – 81 minutes / French with English subtitles

Asterix, his first-cousin-once-removed Anticlimax and Obelix travel to Britain with a barrel of Getafix’s magic potion that will allow Anticlimax’s village to repel the invading Romans. Watch the trailer!

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