At Cinéma Public, we firmly believe that cinema can contribute to the education of children. The seventh art allows them to open their imagination to new worlds, while providing them with keys to better understand the real world. We also believe that children’s films can benefit parents, helping them to rediscover a capacity for wonder that too often dulls in adulthood. That’s why every weekend, in the late morning or early afternoon, we schedule a screening for the whole family. Carefully selected films for different age groups will delight both young and old.
This fall, for all screenings in the Petits cinéphiles series, take advantage of a $2 discount per admission with the promotional code JEUNESSE.
Ages 8 and up
30 portraits of women, known or unknown, who have dared to shatter prejudices and have changed the world in their own way. Apache warrior or Hollywood mermaid, explorer or astronaut and many others in 30 episodes of 3 minutes 30 each.
Mai Nguyen, Charlotte Cambon
Two stories: that of Ellie, a young birdwatching enthusiast who finds herself on an island full of birds, and that of Chenghua, who has too much on her shoulders and dreams of the wonders of Space.
Charlie Belin, Noémie Gruner, Séléna Picque
Ages 5 and up
Our heroes return to Ernest’s country to have his broken violin repaired, only to discover that music is banned throughout the country…
Julien Chheng, Jean-Christophe Roger
Holidays at the movies | 6 and up
During the winter vacations, a snowball fight becomes the pretext for a real quarrel between two groups of children who take themselves seriously and play war like adults. This comedy touches young and old with its freshness and authenticity.
6 and up
The best youth films from Annecy International Animation Film Festival! This program assembles entries from the Official Selection of the festival. Funny, touching and poetic short films designed to enchant children, ages 6 and up.
A new program for young and old alike! Moules-Frites tells the story of Noée, 9 years old, who has just joined her mother on the Breton island of Benac’h. Louise et la légende du serpent à plumes follows 9-year-old Louise as she and her family move to Mexico City.
Nicolas Hu, Hefang Wei
Holidays at the movies | 3 and up
Eight-year-old William is used to getting everything. He asks for Santa Claus himself as a gift. To fulfill his son’s request, his father hires a renowned hunter. Will William’s wish put an end to the magic of Christmas?
Co-Boy and Indian are professionals in disaster. This time, they want to wish Cheval a happy birthday. What gift? A do-it-yourself barbecue! Nice idea, except that the order goes wrong, and Co-Boy and Indian get a billion bricks delivered!
Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar
Belgium, Luxemburg, France
Cinéma Public is pleased to renew its collaboration with REGARD, the international short film festival in Saguenay. We present a selection of short films for children from the 26th edition of the festival, for a screening that will captivate the whole family!
3 and older
Carefully selected by the Festival international du film pour enfants de Montréal, these short films will offer the little ones a captivating and caring entry into the world of cinema.