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Rixheim. Adventure, mystery and chicken with peppers at the Cinoch’ festival

Between a chicken escape game evening and a mystery film hunt, an epic evening and giant retro gaming, the 24e edition of Cinoch’, the young audience film festival organized by La Passerelle in Rixheim, from October 18 to 31, promises to be hectic. To the adventure !


Hélène POIZAT
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” Apart “Paw Patrol”, I didn’t take any blockbusters this year, they don’t need us,” said Jérôme Jorand, the programmer of the Passerelle cinema in Rixheim. No big machines for the little ones at the Cinoch’ festival, but a selection of the best of cinema for young audiences, 20 films to discover from October 18 to 31. With the addition of a program of varied activities, toddlers (from 3 years old), as well as teenagers (five films are intended for those over 11 years old) will have something to develop their curiosity while thrilling.

Because this year, the theme of the festival is adventure. “Easy,” smiles Jérôme Jorand, “80% of films for young audiences are an adventure! » Many little heroines are on display this year, and it is Juliette and Carmen, the two intrepid sisters from “Sirocco and the Kingdom of Air Currents” (in preview) who will open on Friday October 20 at 8 p.m.: “A very nice film in the spirit of Miyazaki,” notes Jérôme Jorand. But the screenings will have already started on Wednesday 18, the day of cinema releases, including the film concert which will allow you to listen to the duo Oco, accompanying the animated film “The bear” (from 3 years old).

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Meet “Le Petit blond de la casbah” and a production manager

It is impossible to detail the entire Cinoch’ program, but, in addition to the opening film, there are a certain number of previews. Jérôme Jorand is particularly pleased to announce “The Boy and the Heron”, the new Miyazaki (Sunday October 29, + 10 years). For even older children, the screening of Alexandre Arcady’s new film, “Le petit blond de la casbah”, which tells the story of its author’s childhood in Algeria, will take place (subject to reservation) in the presence of his young actor, Léo Campion. . “It’s a very nice film that can touch teenagers, but also seniors, with Jean Benguigui in the role of a grandmother,” underlines Jérôme Jorand. To accompany “Mars express”, an anticipation film by Jérémie Perin, also in preview, the Passerelle will welcome Clémence Fergeaux, “production manager for Amopix studios”, indicates the cinema manager of the Passerelle who is delighted to introduce the young audience “shadow professions…”

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Dress up as an adventurer for a vigil with “Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow”

For several years now, Cinoch’ has been aiming to close the festival with sessions “just like at home”, with sofas, deckchairs, pillows, blankets, etc. They take place in the village hall, with two options: in the morning for the little ones, in the evening for the older ones. This year, on October 31, after “Les Tourrouges et les Toutbleus”, a modeling clay activity will be offered to the little ones.

For the vigil, those aged over 6 are invited to dress up as adventurers to discover a preview of “Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow”, “the perfect film for the Halloween theme”, underlines Jérôme Jorand. That same evening, the short films made in the workshops will be screened.

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Getting started with virtual and augmented reality or dubbing

Because Cinoch’ is also an opportunity for children and teenagers to discover cinema techniques: an introductory workshop on virtual and augmented reality (over 8 years old, Saturday October 21, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. h) and a dubbing workshop (+7 years old, October 28, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.) are offered with free access, without reservation. And to enhance the whole festival, the teenagers from Ciner’J, the City’s youth service, built a selfie cabin, with ball pools or leaning sets for adventurous photo shoots. The Random Bazar association, for its part, will install retro and giant video games of its invention. And in the central aisle of the Passerelle, an exhibition on loan from the Cité Internationale de la Bande et de l’Image d’Angoulême will delve into the fantastic setting of “Hôtel Étrange”, based on the famous children’s comics. .

GO Cinoch’ Festival, from October 18 to 31, at the Passerelle, Allée du Chemin-Vert in Rixheim. Prices for films: €4.50 (- 18 years old), €7 (adult), 5-seat card: €25. Throughout the festival, “hot and new content” on the social networks Facebook and Instagram.




Linda, Nina, the two “favorites”

In the rich programming of Cinoch’, Jérôme Jorand is keen to particularly defend two French animated films.

■ Linda wants chicken, by Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach. From 6 years old. “The characters each have their own color, it’s really original. The story is super cool. Linda, a little girl, absolutely wants her mother to prepare chicken and peppers for her, a dish that her father made for her when she was little. As it’s a strike, the stores are closed and his mother will have difficulty finding chicken. It’s adventure, it talks about other people, about neighborhood life and visually, it’s really great! »

Around this film, a special screening will be offered with an escape game “The chicken doesn’t want to go into the pan”, created by the distributors, and which will be followed at the Passerelle by a meal with chicken with homemade peppers. Saturday October 21, from 6:30 p.m., limited to 25 people, upon registration.

■ Nina and the secret of the hedgehog, by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli. From 6 years old. “They are the authors of Phantom boy and D’A cat’s life, we recognize their universe, these characters with almond-shaped eyes. It’s a social thriller again. Nina’s dad tells his daughter the story of a hedgehog he found in his factory. But the factory closes, he finds himself unemployed. To help the laid-off workers, Nina and her friend Mehdi will try to find money that would have been hidden in the factory…”

Hunting for a mystery film

This is the great novelty of this edition of Cinoch’. Sunday, October 22, at 4:30 p.m., treasure hunt enthusiasts will be able to go hunting for a mystery film. Departing from the Passerelle, participants, as a family, will have one hour to complete the route, dotted with small challenges to overcome. They will arrive in a mysterious and unique place for the screening of an equally mysterious film. We know everything, but we won’t say anything. Just know that this is a highly anticipated “big piece”, presented in preview. So, grab your smartphones (obligatory for the treasure hunt).

PARTICIPATE Sunday October 22 at 4:30 p.m. From 7 years old, price: €6. Limited places, registration required at the Passerelle reception.

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