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Australia, 2007 (MIFF 2007, Next Gen)

Director: David Scott


Graeme Base's classic best-selling book adapted for the screen - ‘where animals rule!' Twenty years after Animalia was first published, Melbourne author Graeme Base's magical world of walking and talking animals has finally leapt from the page into animation. The first three episodes of this international, 40-part television series will make their premiere at MIFF. Alex and Zoe stumble across a paranormal portal and cross the threshold into a troubled placed called Animalia. Can they unravel the mysteries of this unusual land and save the day? Stay tuned for some amazing adventures… MIFF recommends: Age 6 - 9. No sensitive content, appropriate for general viewing, classified ‘C' by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

D David Scott P Graeme Base, Ewan Burnett, Bruce D. Johnson, Murray Pope, Tom Ruegger WS Animalia Productions TD betaSP/animation/2007/90mins

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