An arthouse cinema for children

Cinema Pour Les Enfants

How to occupy your kids intelligently on weekends or during the holidays ? Fans of auteur cinema will love the junior cycles of Saint-André des Arts .

The legendary arthouse cinema at Odéon signs such a spectacular program
original for children, to make them aware of less mainstream art forms and masterpieces accessible to children.

For the little ones

At 3 years old, we have the right to see nuggets of the seventh art. The proof: the Saint-André has thought of the little ones with sessions on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays all year round. Ask for the program!

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We start squarely with the César for Best Animated Film 2013 (also nominated at the Oscars): the adventures of Ernest and Celestine , the teddy bear and the mouse from Gabrielle Vincent's illustrated books are brought together in an animated film directed by the talented Benjamin Renner , Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier . A touching friendship story with an incredible cast ( Lambert Wilson for the voice of Ernest).

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Les P'tits Explorateurs , the film by Mercedes Marro and Sylwia Szkiladz supported by AFCAE Jeune Public , to teach children about tolerance , is causing a sensation this fall. The story revolves around a deaf and very (too) lonely child, Jo , whose meeting with Clé à Molette , a too cute robot , will turn his life upside down. Adventures to follow ...

Sessions: Wednesdays at 3.15 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays at 11.30 a.m. Info and reservations on

Poetry films

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Apollinaire , 13 animated short films, inspired by the poems of Guillaume Apollinaire , directed by Auguste Guichot and Hugo de Faucompret , is also headlining this season. The idea? Tell the œ out of Apollinaire, precursor of surrealism by the image.

We find full of tenderness poems as Autumn, the farmer and his b œ egg through the seasons At all dingotes and all dingoes, the story of a man who comes to life through music.

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From the age of 3, Wednesdays at 3.15 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 11.30 a.m., admission € 4 for children under 14.

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Where to find it?

Le Saint-André des Arts

30, rue Saint-André des Arts

75006 Paris

01 43 26 48 18

Odeon Odeon

Cluny-la Sorbonne Cluny-la Sorbonne

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