Earn money for our school at the movies!

Dear PS 372 Families & Friends:

NY Int’l Children’s Film Festival kicks off the new school year with a special presentation of TALES OF THE NIGHT, the newest animated feature from Michel Ocelot (renowned creator of KIRIKOU & THE SORCERESS and AZUR & ASMAR)! The film is in English and is recommended for ages 5 to adult.

For every advance ticket purchased, NYICFF is donating $4 back to our PTA!

TALES OF THE NIGHT plays Weds-Sun, Sept 26-30 at IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street). Families attending any of the 11am matinee shows will receive a $4 discount on adult ticket price as well as a full size poster (one per family).

To buy tickets and raise money for our school simply:

1) Go to www.gkids.tv/intheaters

2) Select our school from the “Select My School” Menu (IMPORTANT!!!!)

3) Purchase tickets

Voila! Our PTA earns $4 of each ticket you purchase! The offer is also available to friends and relatives, so make it a party!

From the renowned Michel Ocelot, director of Kirikou and the Sorceress and Azur & Asmar, comes a magical and visually stunning new 3D feature. Silhouetted characters are set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with color and kaleidoscopic patterns, as the film weaves together six exotic fables each unfolding in a unique locale, from Tibet, to medieval Europe, to the Land of the Dead. In Ocelot’s storytelling, history blends with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to visit enchanted lands full of dragons, shape-shifting werewolves, captive princesses, and enormous talking bees – and each fable ends with its own ironic twist.

“Instantly Timeless! A Triumph!”
– Variety

“A Delight!
This playful collection of fairytales has charm in spades!”
– Time Out London

“Truly Thrilling!
An utterly gorgeous and magical film!”
– The Oregonian

Michel Ocelot’s ravishing animation and magical storytelling is a delight from start to finish!”
– Empire

“Transcends the Boundaries of Animation!
A worthy successor to Ocelot’s first four films.”
– Cahiers du cinéma