Three days behind the anniversary date, the Ti Hanok cinema will celebrate its seventh birthday on May 7. Doubly symbolic to celebrate the 7th art! Following closely the national premieres, while multiplying parallel animations with local associations, the team ended up finding its audience. Unfortunately, the last two years have been very penalizing due to the measures linked to the pandemic.
“Fortunately, the help of the National Film Center allowed us to endure this period, but now it’s up to us to play,” summarizes the manager, Sylvain Lecointre, who, however, announces that the barrier of one million viewers has been exceeded. recently. “But the recovery is timid with a drop in attendance of 20 to 30% compared to 2019.”
This will not prevent the team of six employees from worthily celebrating this symbolic date with all the partners and, of course, the moviegoers.
On the program of May 7
14:00 Place de l’Europe: “Hurlomaton” event with the fablab Fabrique du Loch.
2pm at the cinema: series of short films “nature and the environment”, followed by a treasure hunt in the Kerudo forests, directed by Soline Mercier, nature guide.
4 pm: “zero waste” snack and screening of a surprise video by Rémy Duquenne (Association Souliers).
6:00 pm: blind test aperitif presented by François Da Costa.
7 pm: Breton-Asian musical buffet by Fred Dého.
8:15 p.m.: “We smiled for the photo”, by François Uzan. Preview in the presence of Jacques Gamblin (subject to change).
10:30 p.m.: “Grand bal, le retour”, presented by Fanfan from Radio Sans Soupe. Open to all, free. Suggested dress code: “It’s the holidays! “.
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Other events in May at Ti Hanok
In addition to the festive celebration of the 7th anniversary of Ti Hanok on May 7, the cinema offers other appointments until mid-May.
Tuesday, May 3 : from 6 pm, “Générama” festival: four short films made by 50 young people from the IEA Le Bondon, the Amisep Prépa Avenir group and high school students in the theater option of the Benjamin-Franklin high school. Closing with “Drop anchor for a single day”, by Paul Marques Duarte. Entry €2, buffet included.
Tuesday May 10: “Finding the way” by Laurent Granier. May 11, 2020, Le Puy-en-Velay, end of the first lockdown. Laurent, separated, who lost his job and contracted Covid, decides to leave alone, without a specific goal, on his way to Compostela. Screenings at 2 pm and 6 pm in the presence of the director. Prices €9/7/5.
Sunday May 15 at 11 am, Ti HanoKids: “Jean-Michel Le Caribou and forbidden love stories”, by Matthieu Auvray. From 3 years, 43 min. At the end of the screening, a workshop on the feelings of love by Nanou.
Tuesday May 17: Film-debate at 8:30 pm with “Loba”, a documentary by Catherine Béchard, in the presence of three midwives. “Is it still possible to give birth naturally in an artificial society? », an overview of the midwifery profession in various countries. Standard price.
In the cinema room you can see an exhibition of drawings and plastic arts made by 5th-year students of the Sainte-Anne-d’Auray high school-college on maritime and coastal pollution.