Six year old Tamar loves playing with her dad, until the day she discovers an aspect of his life she never knew. With its minimalist style and surrealist imagery, Journey, With My Father depicts disability in a heart-warming and poetic manner. The program takes us to the very core of a handicap as seen through the eyes of a child, revealing the tender and moving relationship of a girl and her father.
Based on « Petit Poussinou nous les brise » by Capucine Lewalle and Benoît Drigny, published by Hugo & Cie.
Little Cheeky is as cute as he is incorrigible. In short, he’s a kid! This animated series, using cynicism and ridicule, is about an adorable looking and endearing character who, thanks to his strong personality, crosses the line, just as so may youngsters do nowadays. Children and adults will easily relate. A thoroughly enjoyable, rule breaking series designed to make the young and the not so young laugh.
Sound Familiar ?
Little Cheeky would rather die than say hello
Little Cheeky starts to whine at the supermarket.
Little Cheeky can’t draw a straight line.
Little Cheeky won’t listen to anybody.
Little Cheeky destroys the toilet.
Little Cheeky gets bored every ten minutes.
Little Cheeky has a new girl friend, and so does his dad!
Adapted from the famous comic strip by Zidrou et Godi published by Editions Le Lombard and published in Le Journal de Mickey
The king of cheating, Miss Perfect and Professor Old-school, in a cartoon at last!
Okay, Ducobu is a dunce, but he admits it! That’s just because school bores him. He prefers having fun! If however, cheating were part of the school’s syllabus, he’d get an A+! He’s got a challenge on his hands though, since his desk neighbor and classmate, Leonie, is the eternal head of the class and the teacher’s pet! Speaking of teachers, the challenge is even more ambitious when your teacher is Latouche, with his 19th century educational methods! Ducobu however, is undaunted. With his boundless imagination and crazy schemes, he’ll do anything, and that means ANYTHING, to transform the classroom into a recess session! He may not shine in class, but he knows how to enjoy life! A funny and feel good series designed to laugh at and thus ease the stress of confronting the school system.
Nine year old Will is pretty much like every other kid his age….well almost: he happens to be in a wheelchair. As the series’ hero, he answers questions from children concerning disabilities. In Handico, he explains and describes in a simple, often poetic manner, disabilities including paraplegia, Down syndrome, visual and acoustic impairment, etc… This series is designed to help youngsters better understand a variety of handicaps with which they may come into contact.
Season 2 in preparation!
Twelve new episodes dealing with “invisible” disabilities such as attention deficit disorders as well as disabling diseases including diabetes and epilepsy; disabilities that could affect children themselves, their classmates and friends and/or their loved ones.
Middle Ages as if you where there !
Lucas Lambda, a 12 year old obsessive gamer, in order to bring together his family, on the verge of implosion, manages to convince Laetitia, his control freak mom, Loic, his immature father and Laurie, his sister hooked on social networks to test VIRTUAL PAST, a new virtual reality game that immerses the players’ (and the viewer) into the Middle Ages. Together, they will have to make their kingdom thrive in a bigger than life epic era including the smelly, itchy and bumpy parts of medieval life.
From the time gap to different mindsets, this dysfunctional family, accustomed to its comforts, is totally unprepared to live in a world that is physically and materially light years away from its own! If the Lambdas are to survive in the game and live together in real life, they will have to face up to their virtual reality adventure and more importantly, learn to change in their everyday lives…no mean feat for a crazy mixed up family!