Ants work perfectly together but a small ant does it differently.
Discover the results of the 2022 festival.
A festival dedicated to humanism and ecology
The Takorama festival focuses on humanism and ecology, but also on the poetry the and originality of visual universes.
Cultural diversity, sustainable development, solidarity, respect for others, tolerance, human rights, civic engagement.
Films of the 2022 festival (from 3 years old)
3 films with a total duration of 12 minutes.
A zebra hits a tree and loses his stripes. Will he finally accept his difference?
A fox chases a mouse across a snowy plain, but two owls change the course of the story.
Films of the 2022 festival (from 6 years old)
3 films with a total duration of 19 minutes.
A faithful dog helps his master to turn sheep's wool into clouds.
A little girl lets a bird escape and goes looking for it with its owner.
An elephant discovers a billboard for a bike that seems to fit him perfectly.
Films of the 2022 festival (from 9 years old)
3 films with a total duration of 16 minutes.
Monsieur Mushroom is making autumn. Will he finish in time for winter to come?
A war elephant gets lost in the mountains. Unexpected encounters will change his life.
Lila, a young dreamer, uses her imagination and her drawings to change the course of things.
Films of the 2022 festival (from 12 years old)
3 films with a total duration of 28 minutes.
The friendship between Rabbit and Deer is put to the test by Deer's obsession with the third dimension.
Two penguins on the ice floe discover something that could change the future of Antarctica.
A visually impaired person in contact with daily difficulties but also with a space of freedom.
Films of the 2022 festival (from 15 years old)
3 films with a total duration of 22 minutes.
In a world without colour, small beings create light but one of them becomes defective.
In the near future, marine fauna must adapt to pollution in a hybrid form.
Abel and Apolline are not supposed to meet, but when Abel crosses the border...
The objective of the festival is to allow children to discover new films, new stories, new visual universes and to give their opinion, to vote for their favorite film.
The festival is also an opportunity for all students to continue school activities at home and stay in touch with the teachers.
Beyond cinematographic and artistic education, the festival aims to affirm the educational dimension of cinema by positioning it in particular alongside literature and painting as a resource capable of accompanying and supporting the set of lessons; it will allow children to view animated images not just as entertainment but as a communication tool.