Azur And Asmar
France – 2006
A long time ago two boys were raised as brothers: Azur, blue eyes and blonde hair, son of a lord, and Asmar, black eyes and brown hair, son of the nanny. Some years later, the brothers embark on a quest to find the beautiful Fairy Djinn. Our heroes encounter the Scarlet Lion and a giant, regal bird, and many other delights… More than an engaging and beautifully animated film, Azur and Asmar is a persuasive and elegant plea for tolerance.
Learning activities include: hands-on activities, self-paced computer activities, matching games, writing short paragraphs and cultural discussions.
Topics covered include: pastimes and hobbies, describing people and places, body parts, French-speaking countries around the world.
For bookings and enquiries, please contact Margaux Josse at email@example.com.
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