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Animation film “Le Petit Prince”, in national premiere at Kinodiseea Festival

The animation film “Le Petit Prince”, the adaptation of the famous French novel written by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, directed by Mark Osborne (the maker of the Pixar production “Kung Fu Panda”) will be presented on Bucharest’s big screens, in national premiere, at Kinodiseea – The International Children’s Films Festival, organised during November 13 – 22.
The animation films is a remake adapted to the present, but also a homage paid to the classic “Le Petit Prince”, written in 1942 by French novelist Antoine de Saint-Exupery, who manages to be loyal to the original story about the confrontation of children with the disappointments of growing up and to attract in cinema halls both children and adults.
Considered one of the most expensive French animation films ever produced (it benefited of a budget of USD 80 million), the adaptation is directed by Mark Osborne (of Pixar Studios, and as mentioned before, the director of “Kung Fu Panda”), based on a screenplay by Irena Brignull (“The Boxtrolls”, Laika Studio) and Bob Persichetti (of Disney Studios, the author of screenplays for “Tarzan”, “Mulan” and “Puss in Boots”).
The 3D film will be presented on Bucharest’s big screens and countrywide starting on December 4 and is distributed by InterComFIlm Distribution.
Kinodiseea will extend its programme with additional screenings during November 19 – 22. The changed programme of the festival is available on www.kinodiseea.ro.
The opening ceremony of Kinodiseea will take place on Friday, November 13, at 7 PM, at Eforie Cinematheque, with the screening in premiere of the animation film “Song of The sea”, directed by Tomm Moore.

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