Le Voyage en Charabie will be released next December. Here is his poster.
In 2013, Ernest and Celestinethe beautiful animated film by Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar and Benjamin Renner, won the César in this category, after having had great success in cinemas: more than a million spectators had made the trip to the cinema to discover this adaptation of the famous children’s books by Daniel Pennac, since December 2012. The public, like the critics, were delighted: “Pennac knits an insolent, iconoclastic and inventive scenario, wrote First. In the end, in 2D without being flat, tender without being cutesy, moral without being uplifting, the story is good.”
Ernest and Célestine: Daniel Pennac knits an insolent, iconoclastic and inventive scenario [critique]
Ten years later, the bear and the little mouse are about to return to the big screen in Ernest and Celestine The Journey to Charabie, a new animated film in watercolor colors, for which StudioCanal is unveiling a first poster today. This time, it’s Julien Chheng and Jean-Christophe Roger, who both worked as animators on the short films featuring Ernest and Celestine (a collection of which was released last year), who are directing. Its release is scheduled precisely for December 14, but before that, it will be shown to the public of Annecy festivalscheduled for June 13-18.
Here is the synopsis of this sequel: Ernest and Célestine return to Ernest’s country, La Charabie, to have his precious broken violin repaired. They then discover that music has been banned throughout the country for several years. For our two heroes, it is unthinkable to live without music! Accompanied by accomplices, including a mysterious masked vigilante, Ernest and Célestine will try to repair this injustice in order to bring joy back to bear country.
The details of the Annecy Festival 2022 program: Buzz Lightyear, Spider-Man, Ernest and Celestine 2, Little Nicolas…