Titeuf (film)

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Titeuf (film) poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Zep
Screenplay byZep
Based on Titeuf
by Zep
Produced by Benoît Di Sabatino
Music by
Distributed byPathé Distribution
Release date
  • 6 April 2011 (2011-04-06)
Running time
87 minutes
  • France
  • Switzerland
Budget$15 million
Box office$13,970,489 [1]

Titeuf (French : Titeuf, le film) is a French-Swiss animated comedy film directed by Zep, based on his Titeuf comic books. The film was released on April 6, 2011. [2]




The film premiered in France on 6 April 2011 through Pathé Distribution, who launched it in 622 theatres. It topped the French box-office chart the first week, with a weekend gross of 2,124,514 euro. [3]

Video game

A video game, Titeuf, le Film, consisting of mini-games, was released on March 31, 2011. The game was developed by Deep Silver Type and published by Tate Interactive & Deep Silver for the Nintendo DS, Wii and PC. [4]

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  4. Titeuf Le Film Trailer Jeu Vidéo