Ciné-club : Le Petit Prince

AF Library, Jordan Centre
, 20 July, 2023
7 pm
 In French with English subtitles
 For all ages
$50 - Free for AF members

The Little Prince celebrates his 80th anniversary this year! The iconic golden-haired young boy continues his  journey continues from stars to galaxies in his world, and across continents and generations in ours. We will bring to you in the upcoming Ciné-club the most recent, and critically acclaimed feature-film adaptaion of this most translated and best-selling novel.

Release Date : 2015
Genre : Animation, Adventure, Drama
Duration : 1h 48m

Director : Mark Osborne
English Title : The Little Prince
Based on the novel "Le Petit princeby Antoine de Saint-Exupéry


A grown-up world may be little understandable for a kid, however, they still need to prepare for it. A girl, living in such a world with her mother, goes through the very situation. Once, her neighbour, an aviator, introduced her a universe where everything turns to be possible, the universe of the Little Prince.

Le Petit Prince & Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince (Le Petit prince) is a beloved book written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a French author and aviator.

Born in 1900, Saint-Exupéry developed a love for aviation at a young age and went on to become a pioneering aviator, flying for the French Air Force during World War I, and later working as a commercial pilot. 

The Little Prince, published in 1943, tells the story of a young prince who travels to different planets searching for meaning and connection. The book is often interpreted as a reflection of Saint-Exupéry's own experiences as a pilot and his deep sense of longing for human connection. Despite his death in 1944, Saint-Exupéry's legacy lives on through his writing, particularly The Little Prince, which has become a forever classic.

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