PUBLIC SHOWING on Sunday April 7: Opening Film followed by a reception @ 12:00PM
Elementary School screening on Wednesday April 10 @ 10:00AM – registration here
Every night before bedtime 10-year-old Nina snuggles in to hear her dad’s exciting stories about a clever and comical hedgehog who travels the world. When Nina learns that her father’s factory has closed and he has lost his job, she begins to worry about her family’s future. Upon hearing rumors of hidden treasure that the boss may have left in the abandoned warehouse, Nina and her best friend Mehdi decide to take matters into their own hands. Whatever they find could help everyone in the community who has found themselves unexpectedly unemployed. So begins a great adventure filled with cats, dogs, criminals and capers — and a tiny hedgehog friend who they must trust to lead the charge. From the makers of the animated classics, A Cat in Paris and Phantom Boy (R2R ‘16) comes a family friendly, mystery/heist romp that asserts the workers rights of this small French town, and centers friendship, family and community above all.
Themes: justice, mystery, family, friendship, morality, risk
Feature film recommended for age: 9+