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Anima Saturdays

Anima Saturdays 2024-2025

Anima organises once a month the Anima Saturday: a very special afternoon for children who are fond of animation films !
The Anima Saturday begins with a film or a short film programme to be enjoyed together in Flagey (Brussels) and is followed by a workshop, led by JEF, where 25 children (from 6 to 10 years old) can discover the secrets of animation films and how to make them! Children will also enjoy a little snack all together in between the film and the workshop!

Anima Saturday Schedule

Film starts at 2pm at Studio 5 in Flagey
Film only: €9.00 (-12 years: €7.00)
Film with snack and workshop: €13.50 (for children aged 6 to 10)
Ending around 5 p.m.

Saturday 21 September 2024 | Chouette, un jeu d’enfants ! | 4+ • FV • 45’

New Cinema Owl programme with five films

The Night Tunnel by Annechien STROUVEN and Bert LESAFFER
The Sea Monster by Frits STANDAERT
The Genie in the Bottle by Thomas LECLERCQ
Lunolin, Smart Naturalist by Cecilia Marreiros Marum
The Carp and the Child by Morgane SIMON

Saturday 19 October 2024 | L’enfant qui voulait être un ours | 5+ • FV • 78’

(restored version). A mother bear loses her cub after escaping from wolves. The father bear decides to steal a human infant to make up for her loss. At first, she is inconsolable, but finally she decides to raise him as a little bear. As for the humans, they will do anything to recover their son.

Saturday, 23 November 2024 | The Very Small Creatures | 3+ • No dial • 38’

Follow the adventures of Pink, Blue, Orange, Yellow and Green, a group of funny and endearing little creatures. Through play, these little plasticine creatures discover the world around them with amusement. Humour is at the heart of this programme, which takes a gentle look at themes such as getting to know each other, teamwork, empathy and tolerance.

Saturday, 14 December 2024 | Animal Tales of Christmas Magic | 3+ • No dial • 68’

In a festive, fairytale atmosphere, animals from around the world are brought together in five poetic, light-hearted adventures that celebrate Christmas and wintertime. They will learn about the importance of helping each other, being generous and rediscovering the beauty of nature. 
Programme details to follow.

Saturday, 25 January 2025 | L’Hiver d’Edmond et Lucy | 4+ • FV • 45’

Edmond and Lucy live in a majestic chestnut tree in the heart of the forest. With their family and friends, they play and grow up in nature and have lots of adventures Even in winter, when all is white and quiet, they are in for a few surprises.
Edmund and Lucy’s Winter is a 45-minute programme featuring four episodes of the Edmond and Lucy series, re-edited and adapted for CinemaScope format.


Saturday, 15 March 2025 | Ollie & Company | 3+ • No dialogue • 45’

In the heart of a bustling city lies a haven of peace: a small, closed and abandoned park. This oasis in the middle of the urban jungle is home to Ollie the owl, Charlie the frog, Mabel the stork and five little birds. Ollie and his friends have many adventures there, told in nine chapters through the eyes of a child, touching on the small but important things in life, such as discovery, friendship and solitude.

Saturday, 12 April 2025 | Les Petits Singuliers | 6+ • FV • 47’

A programme of four short films celebrating the unusual through unique, captivating characters whose stories will help children build a sense of acceptance and empathy.
On the programme
Laïka & Nemo by Jan Gadermann
The Boy and the Elephant by Sonia Gerbeaud
The Perfect Fit by Meinardas Valkevičius
Paolo’s Happiness by Thorsten Droessler and Manuel Schroeder

Saturday, 24 May 2025 | Petits Contes sous l’océan | 3+ • FV • 39’

In these tales, you will follow in the footsteps of a famous sailor, discover incredible island legends, explore fantastic aquatic worlds, vibrate with the sounds of the ocean and make some amazing encounters. An immersive journey for young and old alike!
On the programme
Penguins by Anastasia Sokolova
The Little Cousteau by Jakub Kouřil
Idodo by Ursula Ulmi
Leaf by Aliona Baranova
Pond by Lena von Döhren and Eva Rust


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