An incredibly beautiful animated film with the quest for answers as background for a fantastic adventure in all the colours of the palette.

Inside the painting, there are three different categories of people: the Allduns, the Halfies and the Sketchies. The Allduns live in the castle. They admire themselves and each other and look down on everyone who isn’t completed. Their leader is planning to take power over all of the Painting, since the Painter obviously created them different on purpose. He says the Allduns are the créme de la créme, chosen for Painting domination. Now it’s up to Lola (a Halfie), Ramo (an Alldun) and Plume (a Sketchy) to find the Painter and finally receive some answers.

The animations are incredibly beautiful and exciting, and the message of tolerance comes across strong, without being difficult. This beautiful piece of art makes both children and adults leave the movie theater with a big ”WOW” on their lips.

Celeste Sjölin

Attending guests: Jean-François Laguionie & Anik Leray

(The screening is co-presented by Njuta Films)

Short film: Noise
A game of synesthetic imagination is created in an apartment. Sounds are evoking images and creating their own playful world.
Directed by
: Przemyslaw Adamski

(Noise has the oppurtunity to win a Méliès d’Argent for best short film)

2 Comments to “LE TABLEAU”
  1. Pernilla says:

    Filmen är uppenbarligen dubbad till svenska för att yngre publik ska kunna ta den till sig. Varför är då titeln fortfarande på franska?

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