Education au cinéma / cnc écoles

6 films
Education au cinéma / cnc écoles
  • Musical comedy
  • 1966
  • France
  • 2h00
by Jacques Demy

Delphine et Solange sont deux jumelles de 25 ans, ravissantes et spirituelles. Delphine, la blonde, donne des leçons de danse et Solange, la rousse, des cours de solfège. Elle vivent dans la musique comme d'autres vivent dans la lune et rêvent de rencontrer le grand amour au coin de la rue. Justement des forains arrivent en ville.Justement ils fréquentent le bar que tient la mère des jumelles. Une grande foire se prépare et un marin rêveur cherche son idéal féminin...

  • Biopic
  • 1990
  • France
  • 1h58
  • expired rights
by Agnès Varda

Once upon a time, there was a boy who was raised in a garage where everyone loved to sing. It was in 1939, he was 8 years old, he loved puppets and operettas. Then he wanted to make movies but his father made him study mechanics... This is Jacques Demy and his memories. It is a happy childhood that is told to us, despite the events of the war and the post-war period. And an obstinate adolescence. It is the evocation of a vocation, filmed by the woman Jacquot met in 1958 and who has shared his life since.

  • Literary adaptation, Fantasy and science fiction, Classics
  • 1973
  • France
  • 1h12
by René Laloux

Sur la planète Ygam, vivent des androïdes génats appelés les Draags. Ils élèvent de minuscules êtres humains qu'ils surnomment Oms. Mais un jour, l'Om de la jeune Tiwa se révèle plus intelligent et va déclencher une révolte... D'après le roman "Oms en série" de Stefan Wul 1957 Egalement sur le DCP le court métrage LES ESCARGOTS (Laloux/Topor) -

  • Comedy-drama
  • 1933
  • France
  • 44min
by Jean Vigo

It's the start of the school year at a provincial college. Life resumes with heckling in the dormitory, traditional punishments, recess, hectic studies and conflicts with the administration. One evening, the residents decide to free themselves from the authority of the adults and start a revolt. Jean Vigo's most autobiographical work in its restored version.

  • Drama, Adventure, Classics
  • 1958
  • France
  • 1h33
by François Truffaut

A young Parisian boy, Antoine Doinel, neglected by his derelict parents, skips school, sneaks into movies, runs away from home, steals things, and tries (disastrously) to return them. Like most kids, he gets into more trouble for things he thinks are right than for his actual trespasses. Unlike most kids, he gets whacked with the big stick. He inhabits a Paris of dingy flats, seedy arcades, abandoned factories, and workaday streets, a city that seems big and full of possibilities only to a child's eye.

  • Comedy-drama
  • 1998
  • Senegal
  • 45min
by Djibril Diop Mambéty

Dakar's boy newspaper-vendors are a familiar sight. But when Sili, a 12-year-old girl who walks on crutches and begs to support herself and her blind grandmother decides to try her hand at selling newspapers, she finds herself in a harsh, ruthless world. Yet as well as going through painful experiences, she makes friends with other humble folk. Restored in 2K in 2018 in partnership with Waka Films (Silvia Voser) and La Cinémathèque Afrique.

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