Famous cartoon character Le Petit Nicolas opens 17th edition of Animest due in October – The Romania Journal

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A character who has colored the childhoods of generations of readers around the world, Le Petit Nicolas will celebrate his creator in the opening film of the 17th edition of Animist (Bucharest, 7-16 October). Invite Winner of the Annecy Crystal Prize and the only animated film to be included in this year’s Cannes selections, Le Petit Nicolas is the work of author Rene Goscinny and illustrator Jean-Jacques, who created a famous series of translated copies from the 1950s. A tribute to Sampe. Published in over 30 countries.

Manga lovers can purchase one of Animest.17’s limited edition subscriptions starting today. Platform Event Book.

Somewhere between Montmartre and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Jean-Jacques Sempé and René Goscinny have brought to life on a blank sheet of paper a mischievous yet very likable boy. From playing games and fighting in the schoolyard to pranking classmates and lifelong friends at his summer camp, Nicholas has had a happy and adventurous childhood. In a film signed by Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massouble, the boy becomes an animated character for the first time. His one, true to the original illustration created by Sempé, is just as vibrant and playful, but perhaps a little more daring.

In Le Petit Nicolas, a boy escapes from the world of the story and arrives at the workshop of the creator with many questions. Encounters with characters envisioned by the two artists draw from a childhood memory drawer they never had the chance to enjoy. The viewer thus has no idea that none of Nicholas’ parents grew up in a very colorful universe. So the need to relive the first few years of life on a more hilarious note prompted him to create a fascinating universe that has irrevocably conquered generations of readers. More than 50 years after its birth, the characters and their creators are the protagonists of a historic encounter, brought to life by original music signed by Oscar-winning composer Ludwik Bours, whose soundtrack to the 2012 film The Artist. I was blown away.

The film is aimed at audiences of all ages, and even those who are unfamiliar with the book the film is based on will enjoy watching it.

The animist has many other surprises in store for the viewers, and to enjoy the full festival experience, fans of the animated film can purchase 50 Full Trip Pass subscriptions (all editions of the program) starting today. Event Access) and 100 Ten Stop Passes can be purchased. (access to 10 film screenings), event book platform. Famous cartoon character Le Petit Nicolas opens 17th edition of Animest due in October – The Romania Journal

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