Cartoon Brew PickCGI “A la Francaise,” A Student Film From Supinfocom Arles By Amid Amidi | 02/10/2014 2:34 pm | 7 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 7 It’s an afternoon in Versailles, during the reign of Louis XIV… CREDITS Created by Julien Hazebroucq, Emmanuelle Leleu, Morrigane Boyer, William Lorton, Ren Hsien Hsu Made at Supinfocom Arles, 2012. We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. Sarah Congrats to the A La Français team!! Aaron R.R.R. Nance très magnifique! Tomm Wow Richard Smith I saw this at the Animated Oscar Nominees screening. It was fun. jhalpernkitcat The minute I saw that preview of a bunch of chickens dressed up in 18th century French fashion I immediately wanted to watch this. Oh, it was charming, although I kept waiting for the French Revolution to suddenly wreck havoc on the gala festivity. I expected chicken heads to be guillotined and angry revolutionaries in the form of foxes. What I got instead, was just as good, if not better. I loved that poor lady chicken who kept being in the wrong place, being the result of amusing incidents, and that teeny blindfolded rooster was my favorite. Chris Sobieniak For what is seen here, it satisfied me anyway, and possibly leads to the Revolution in the process. The situations and characterizations was excellent. Daniel Ruiz I´m shure they know they made a great short, but it never hurts: ¡BRAVO, BRAVO!! Previous PostDisney Creates "It's A Small World" Animated Web Series Next PostHere's a 30-Minute Video About the Making of "LEGO Movie"