The climate is in crisis, species are becoming extinct, and our treatment of the earth is ever more under scrutiny. Sometimes it seems like there’s no solution. But is there something that we can do? In the film Animal, two teenagers ask exactly this question, traveling the world to find ways that we can make a difference. An uplifting family film that shows there are ways we can all be active in saving our environment. An added bonus, two CineGlobe workshops that reuse old materials, as well as non-toxic everyday household products, to make photographs and film animations with a little less environmental impact. Produced in collaboration with Cine-Versoix.
CineGlobe is collaborating with Ciné-Plage/CinéVersoix for an evening in the magnificent green, bucolic and lakeside setting of the Maison La Grève in Port-Choiseul. Sun loungers and a refreshment bar will be available for a charge. Barbecues are not permitted.
How do you make a camera out of a Tetra Pak and take a photo with it?
Two sessions 💥 2pm-3.30pm / 4pm-5.30pm
During the Tetra Pak Camera workshop, you will build your own camera and learn how to develop photos with coffee and vitamin C. The number of places is extremely limited, so book as soon as possible.
How to create a small animation on film ? 6pm-7pm
Handle real 35mm film, rework the images one by one, then view the resulting animation on a Moviola projector.
Please register by e-mail to email@example.com or on site, subject to availability.
From 7 years of age. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
20h – Animal from Cyril Dion, 2021
Duration : 1h45 – legal age : 10 years ; recommended age : 14 years
Legal age limits lowered by two years for children accompanied by one of their parents (Geneva law on entertainment).
Language: vo french and english st fr.
🍿Free popcorn before the film
Bella and Vipulan are 16 years old, a generation convinced that its future is threatened. Climate change, the 6th mass extinction of species… Within 50 years, their world could become uninhabitable. No matter how much they warn, nothing really changes. So they decide to go back to the source of the problem: our relationship with the living world. Throughout their extraordinary journey, they will come to understand that we are deeply connected to all other species. And that by saving them, we can save ourselves too. The human race has believed that it can emulate nature, but it is nature. He too is an Animal. In collaboration with