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La Fontaine Turns Documentary Film-maker: The Frog that Wished to be as Big as the Ox

La Fontaine Turns Documentary Film-maker: The Frog that Wished to be as Big as the Ox

A Short film by Pascal Adant

Produced by Les Films du Nord

Production year : 2015


    Mr La Fontaine has turned his attention to the tree frog. He describes this little creature as being rather pretentious and envious. It may be a pretty little thing, but its antics show us that it is not very bright! Jean de la Fontaine has based his first documentary on his famous tale The Frog that wished to be as big as the Ox.

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Les Films du Nord

    Foreign production company :

    La Boîte... Productions

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    Full credits (11)

    Executive Producer :

    Arnaud Demuynck

    Voice :

    Christian Léonard, Maia Baran

    Director of Photography :

    Pascal Adant

    Production Manager :

    Arnaud Demuynck

    Sound Editor :

    Pascal Adant

    Sound Mixer :

    Nils Fauth

    Screenwriter :

    Arnaud Demuynck

    Voice-over :

    Benoît Pauwels

    Sound Recordist :

    Pascal Adant

    Editor :

    Pascal Adant

    Music Composer :

    Pascal Adant

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Animated film

    Sub-genre :

    2D animation, Comedy, Legend

    Themes :

    Parody, Fauna, Flora

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    Coproducer countries :

    France, Belgium

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    Nationality :

    Majority French (France, Belgium)

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    Runtime :

    6 min

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