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World Festival of Animated Film /
short film edition 29 May - 3 June 2012
World Festival of Animated Film / short film edition 29 May - 3 June 2012
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L'été de Boniface / Bonifacio in Summertime

FILMS FOR CHILDREN COMPETITION (7-10), FAMILY PROGRAM

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L'été de Boniface / Bonifacio in Summertime


Pierre-Luc Granjon, Antoine Lanciaux

France / 2011 / 26' 0''



Projections


Tuesday, 29. 05.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 12:00 h
Wednesday, 30. 05.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 10:00 h
Thursday, 31. 05.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 12:00 h
Friday, 01. 06.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 14:00 h
Saturday, 02. 06.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 11:00 h
Sunday, 03. 06.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 13:00 h
Sunday, 03. 06.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 16:00 h


Synopsis


In the small kingdom of Escampette, Bonifacio the storyteller is living a love story with the Queen Héloïse. While he just asked her to marry him, here comes, for summer holidays, her daughter: princess Molly, accompanied by her best friends! And despite the queen's advice, they naively decide to set up their tent on the shores of the lake, at the very foot of the Sacred Mountain.

Pierre-Luc Granjon


Pierre-Luc Granjon studied art history in Geneva, but found his interest in animation. He directed four films: Molly in Springtime (2009), The White Wolf (2007), The Other Kid's Castle (2004) and Petite escapade (2001).

 

Antoine Lanciaux


Antoine Lanciaux joined Folimage in 1991 as an animator. He worked on most of the series and films the studio produced. Then he trained with directors such as M. Dudok de Wit and M. Ocelot then worked on the designs and screenwriting for films by I. Tcherenkov. He and J-R Girerd co-signed the adaptation of Charlie’s Christmas and the screenplays for Raining Cats and Frogs and Mia and the Migoo. Later, Antoine and P-L Granjon co-directed Leon’s Animated Stories, a collection of stop-motion films.

 

Director

Pierre-Luc Granjon, Antoine Lanciaux


Production

FOLIMAGE


Screenplay

Antoine Lanciaux, Pierre-Luc Granjon


Storyboard

Antoine Lanciaux, Pierre-Luc Granjon


Compositing

Christophe Gautry


Sound

Pierre-Yves Drapeau


Music

Normand Roger


categories

FILMS FOR CHILDREN COMPETITION (7-10)
FAMILY PROGRAM