Ciné-relax: La vallée des loups
Thursday 9 November, 11:00
Relaxed cinema sessions for everyone. Films that address the question of our relationship with living things. Auditorium. Thursday 9 November, 11 am to 12 noon.
ONLY IN FRENCH
RELAX, culture is for everyone. All audiences are welcome. All behaviours, even unexpected ones, are seen as an expression of feeling. Cultural life is open to all.
During the cinema-relax we offer a series of documentary films that deal in different ways with the relationship of humans to their environment.
During this RELAX screening, we will be showing the documentary film La vallée des loups by Jean-Michel Bertrand:
The Valley of the Wolves by Jean-Michel Bertrand.
This film tells the story of a personal adventure and of a crazy gamble made by Jean-Michel Bertrand to meet wild wolves in their natural habitat.
This film lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes.
This film is recommended for audiences aged 6 and over.
This film is in French with French subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Everyone is welcome during the relaxed films.
Everyone is for example:
parents with their babies,
people with disabilities,
people who are uncomfortable in closed public places.
How does a Relax outing work?
Before the film:
A person welcomes you and shows you the cinema.
A person gives you information about the film.
You enter the room.
The lights dim a little.
The film starts.
During the film :
The door of the room remains open: So you can enter and leave whenever you want.
The sounds of the show are soft.
All ways of reacting to the show are ok.
For example, you can laugh loudly.
Someone from the museum will be there if you need help.
At the end of the film you can :
Have a drink with your friends.
Talk about the show.
Visit the museum.
Ask for help to get home.
For example, to :
find out the bus and tram timetable of the TPG.
TPG stands for Transports Publics Genevois.
call a taxi
Do you have a question? Don't hesitate to call us on 022 418 45 15
Boulevard Carl-VOGT 65, 1205 Genève -
+41 22 418 45 50
People with disabilities
Family and kids
De 6 à 105 ans