Date and Time
Thu, Jun 17
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM CST
Gates will open at 7:30 PM each night. Film introductions will begin at 8:30 PM.
Laguna Gloria Amphitheater
3809 West 35th Street Austin, TX 78703
Tickets go on sale May 13 to AFS Members and May 17 to the general public. Support AFS by becoming a member today and you’ll be invited to the exclusive member pre-sale.
Based on West African folktales, and the art and cultural heritage of Senegal and Guinea, this film tells the story of the inquisitive boy Kirikou, who embarks on a quest to save his village from a mysterious sorceress. Featuring exquisite hand-drawn animation and a magnificent African pop score by Youssou N’Dour, this is one of the most enduring animated features of the 1990s. (Dir. Michel Ocelot, French with English subtitles, NR, 1998, 71 minutes.)
THIS IS AN IN-PERSON, OUTDOOR SCREENING.
- Masks will be required during film screening. Please review the updated visitor health & safety guidelines here.
- Capacity in the amphitheater has been reduced to accommodate social distancing.
- Tickets for an individual or household of one to four people will be seated together in a 6 x 6-foot space. All individuals in your household/party must reserve tickets together.
- Bring a blanket or camp chair; picnics are welcome on the grounds. Snacks and beverages will also be available for purchase on site from Spread & Co.