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PROGRAM - Jeonju Dome Screening

Jeonju Dome Screening

Ivan Tsarevitch And the Changing Princess

DIRECTOR Michel OCELOT Jeonju Dome Screening구분없음
Nation France 201653minDCPcolor Animation
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Overview

Every night, a girl, a boy and an old projectionist meet in a small cinema that seems abandoned but is full of wonders. The three friends invent, draw, disguise and become the heroes of wonderful tales.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
335 2017. 04. 30 16:00 Jeonju Dome
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808 2017. 05. 05 11:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 6
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901 2017. 05. 06 10:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
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  • Review

    The pioneer of silhouette animation Michel Ocelot´s new work shows a fantastic combination of fairytale and poetic images. Ivan Tsarevitch and the Changing Princess is a collection of 4 tales. Two youngsters find an old projector in a theater and produce these stories. The tales are made from their bizarre imagination. Legendary monsters, trees with golden fruit, wizards and pirates, kings and queens, cats, rats, and horses. Fantasy world characters appear one by one, and the screen is embellished with lavish ornaments and silhouette figures are like stained glass windows. Each image is perfection itself. Among the four stories, ‘Monster Lovers’ is a touching fable about children´s fear and ´Ivan Tsarevitch And the Changing Princess´ is a new version of a Russian folklore that shows a grief-stricken virgin becoming a hero. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Michel OCELOT
    Screenplay Michel OCELOT
    Producer Christophe ROSSIGNON
    Music Christian MAIRE

Director

Michel OCELOT

Born in 1943, he directed his first animated film Trois inventeurs, Les(1980). He directed many animation film such as Kirikou and the Sorceress(1998), Prince and Princess(1999), Kirikou, Kirikou(2005), Azur And Asmar(2006), Tales Of The Night(2011). Kirikou and the Sorceress won the Grand Prize for Best Feature Film at Annecy. In 2015, he got the Lifetime Achievement Award at the World Festival of Animated Film.