TV series

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52 x 7 min.

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Tiny Fox and Great Boar

Mały Lisek i Wielki Dzik

They are like fire and water – Little Fox, and Big Boar – together they will discover the world, share crazy adventures and find peace in not always so peacful world.

The main characters are Fox and Boar, two friends who live on a hill under a sprawling apple tree. The hill is surrounded by a forest, which is home to a group of familiar animals: squirrels, mice, owls, and beavers. The series will be characterized by immersing the characters in adventures and challenges that are appealing to the viewer while conveying serious content such as what constitutes true friendship, the importance of empathy, and how to take care of one's own boundaries so as not to hurt others. The characters of the series become the carriers of this content, teaching viewers how they can cope with a given situation, and we allow the viewer to experience certain events and draw their own conclusions. We would like the viewers of "Little Fox and Big Boar" to grow up to be sensitive people who value friendship and relationships, but also to have a sense of humor.

Director’s statement
"Tiny Fox and Great Boar" is a combination of a fairy tale story with a philosophical view of the world.
The series, using specific symbolism and metaphors while dressing the story in an animal costume. Can tell stories about the need to express emotions, to be curious and empathetic towards the novel and the unknown. About trying to discover who we actually are. To try to make sense of the experiences we have walking along the winding path of life and how we treat ourselves and others on this adventure.
Children intuitively decipher the messages encapsulated in fairy tales. They can not only identify good and bad characters but also draw important lessons from them. Empathy, understanding, and a clear view of injustice are the lessons one learns from exposure to these parables.

Country of production

Poland

Target audience

Children 3-6

Animation technique

2D (vector based), drawing

Production company

EGoFILM

Estimated budget

3 000 000 EUR

Funding secured

Polish Film Institute, Paris+Hendzel, EGoFILM (Poland)

Stage of the project

development (existing script)

Looking for

Co-producer, distributor, broadcaster, international sales

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CEE Animation is supported by the Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union and co-funded by state funds and foundations and professional organisations from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

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