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Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness - © Ben Stassen et Benjamin Mousquet / nWave Pictures / Sony Pictures

Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness

A Feature film by Ben Stassen, Benjamin Mousquet

Release in France : 16/02/2022


    Set in a lush fantasy world, the film follows the adventures of Chickenhare, a young hero born half chicken and half hare, who was adopted by King Peter, a famous hare adventurer. Eager to fit in and feel loved in spite of his differences, Chickenhare is obsessed with adventuring - no matter how clumsy he is. When the Kingdom's greatest villain - his own uncle - escapes from jail and threatens to overthrow his father, Chickenhare embarks on an epic and initiatory quest along with Abe, a sarcastic turtle, and Meg, a martial arts expert skunk, to stop him.

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    Film exports/foreign sales :

    Octopolis, nWave Pictures

    Foreign production company :

    nWave Pictures

    French distribution :

    Sony Pictures Releasing (France) (ex-Columbia Tristar Films)

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    Full credits (8)

    Foreign producers :

    Caroline Van Iseghem, Ben Stassen

    Screenwriter :

    Dave Collard

    Co-producer :

    Matthieu Zeller

    Animation :

    Magali Rigaudias

    Author of original work :

    Chris Grine

    Voice :

    Thomas Solivérès, Chloé Jouannet, Nicolas Maury

    Production Manager :

    Vincent Philbert

    Artistic Director :

    Cristopher Grao

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Animated film

    Sub-genre :

    Animated film, Adventure

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    Coproducer countries :

    Belgium (88.65%), France (11.35%)

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    Nationality :

    Minority French (Belgium, France)

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    Runtime :

    1 h 30 min

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