In partnership with the cultural service of the French Embassy in Canada and with the Institut Français, the Alliance Française of Toronto invites you to the online broadcasting of the movie Pachamama! As part of the 19th  Fête du Cinéma d’animation of the Institut Français, the film will be accessible for free online for 24 hours on Sunday, October 18th via an access code delivered by the distributor Maison 4:3.

All the members of the family will be able to follow the adventures and the initiatory journey of two young children at the heart of the Incas populations. Released in 2019, this Juan Astin film, directly inspired form his wife experience in Argentina while she was an anthropologist will make you better understand the south-American indigenous communities’ philosophy and their privileged relationship to nature and earth.


Tepulpaï and Naïra, two little Indians from the Andes set off in pursuit of Pachamama, the protective totem pole of their village, confiscated by the Incas. Their quest will take them to Cuzco, the royal capital besieged by the conquistadors.


To watch the movie on October 18th, register for free here to receive in a second time the access link.

You will find all the needed information about the event on the Alliance Française of Toronto website just here.