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The film workshop

Workshop about the movie “A hedgehog in the snow”

Graines des Toiles is continuing its journey after an unforgettable anniversary weekend. The film festival for young audiences continues with film screenings and a busy week in terms of animation that started this Monday with a virtual reality animation, which gathered no less than 70 participants.

Foley's workshop in the cinema room.

Foley’s workshop in the cinema room.

Young and old could live an extraordinary experience and find themselves in the place of Thomas Pesquet thanks to virtual reality helmets. Guaranteed immersion and guaranteed vertigo. On Wednesday, a sound effects workshop attended by 40 spectators: Christelle Reignier from the association What if Images came to explain to children and parents the principle of dubbing an animated film. In the footage of a short film from the SuperAsticot program, parents and children were lent to the game and sounded in turn, the rain, 2 squirrels talking to each other, swans, a bird singing… Same evening, Traditional Games The evening provided and organized by the Intermunicipal Toy Library allowed about ten families to play together for more than 2 hours.
Morning fun (2)On Thursday, October 27, gather at 10:00 a.m. for a recreational breakfast around Supermaggots. An animation about reading with Lola from the Intermunicipal media library, but also modeling clay worms with the festival team and games with Christelle from the Intermunicipal toy library. Some workshops that delighted the little ones after the session. On Friday, the festival offered a Family Walk at the Épinal Planetarium. Accompanied by MCL Leisure Center and the festival team (Lucas, Camille and Sandrine), the participants were able to discover the Planetarium as a family. A morning full of discoveries full of stars.

Vio with Celia Tisserant.

Visio with Celia Tisserant.

On Saturday, after the program session Great anger and fantasy, spectators were able to videoconference with festival regular Celia Tisserant (who directed 2 short films in the program). A moment of discussion always appreciated at the Festival. The afternoon continued with a discovery seminar about surveying A hedgehog in the snow. This program for ages 3 and up was a crowd pleaser, who rushed to MCL’s Foyer bar to discover the entertainment provided by Pauline Matelic (film distributor) around an educational box set. A playful moment that allowed the little ones to discover the different tracks of animals and recognize the different leaves of the trees…

The film workshop
Workshop about the movie “A hedgehog in the snow”

Graines des Toiles is continuing its journey after an unforgettable anniversary weekend. The film festival for young audiences continues with film screenings and a busy week in terms of animation that started this Monday with a virtual reality animation, which gathered no less than 70 participants.

Foley's workshop in the cinema room.
Foley’s workshop in the cinema room.

Young and old could live an extraordinary experience and find themselves in the place of Thomas Pesquet thanks to virtual reality helmets. Guaranteed immersion and guaranteed vertigo. On Wednesday, a sound effects workshop attended by 40 spectators: Christelle Reignier from the association What if Images came to explain to children and parents the principle of dubbing an animated film. In the footage of a short film from the SuperAsticot program, parents and children were lent to the game and sounded in turn, the rain, 2 squirrels talking to each other, swans, a bird singing… In the evening – even, Evening traditional Games offered and organized by the Intermunicipal Toy Library allowed about ten families to play together for more than 2 hours.
Morning fun (2)On Thursday, October 27, gather at 10:00 a.m. for a recreational breakfast around Supermaggots. An animation about reading with Lola from the Intermunicipal Media Library, but also Maggots in modeling clay with the festival team and games with Christelle from the Intermunicipal Toy Library. Some workshops that delighted the little ones after the session. On Friday, the festival offered a Family Walk at the Épinal Planetarium. Accompanied by MCL Leisure Center and the festival team (Lucas, Camille and Sandrine), the participants were able to discover the Planetarium as a family. A morning full of discoveries full of stars.

Vio with Celia Tisserant.
Visio with Celia Tisserant.

On Saturday, after the program session Great anger and fantasy, spectators were able to videoconference with festival regular Celia Tisserant (who directed 2 short films in the program). A moment of discussion always appreciated at the Festival. The afternoon continued with a discovery seminar about surveying A hedgehog in the snow. This program for ages 3 and up was a crowd pleaser, who rushed to MCL’s Foyer bar to discover the entertainment provided by Pauline Matelic (film distributor) around an educational box set. A fun moment that allowed the little ones to discover the different tracks of animals and recognize the different leaves of trees…




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