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Inna EVLANNIKOVA
Инна ЕВЛАННИКОВА
Inna EVLANNIKOVA
Martin KOTIK
Мартин КОТИК
Martin KOTIK
 
Russia / Czech Republic / Belgium, 2018, 80 mn 
Colour, animation

Harvie And the Magic Museum

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Гурвинек. Волшебная игра

 

 Gurvinek. Le Jeu magique.

 Gourvinek. Volshebnaya igra


 
Directed by : Inna EVLANNIKOVA (Инна ЕВЛАННИКОВА), Martin KOTIK (Мартин КОТИК )
Writing credits : Dan KHARDER (Дан ХАРДЕР), Nikolay MAKOVSKY (Николай МАКОВСКИЙ), Pyotr NEPOVIM (Пётр НЕПОВИМ)
 
Cast
Alexander TRATCHEVSKY (Александр ТРАЧЕВСКИЙ)
Mikhail YEFREMOV (Михаил ЕФРЕМОВ)
Konstantin RAYKIN (Константин РАЙКИН)
Aleksey KOLGAN (Алексей КОЛГАН)
 
Produced by : Martin KOTIK (Мартин КОТИК )
Other persons :
Режиссер : Джеспер Мюллер / Réalisateur : Jesper Møller
Release date in Russia : 07/03/2019
 

Plot synopsis
Cartoon "Harvie. And the Magic Museum" tells about the adventures of an unusual ten-year-old boy Harvie from the Czech Republic. The hero dreams of only one thing, to finish the last level of an incredibly complex computer game. So once he would get in the Gamers Hall of Fame, the boy would get rid of the attacks of school bullies and his father would be proud of him. But finishing the game turns out to be only the start of a real adventure that takes Harvie, his faithful dog, and their unflappable neighbour, red-haired Monica deep into the forgotten realms of the city's old puppet museum.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International debut film festival, Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), 2019
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2019
- Open Russian Festival of Animated Film, Suzdal (Russia), 2019


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