Lost And Found Film & Oliver Jeffers Prints

Finished just in time for a Channel 4 screening at 2.30pm on Christmas Eve (and again on Boxing day at 4.30pm), Lost and Found is a 25 minute animated film adaptation of Oliver Jeffers childrens book of the same name. The film, a co-production between Studio AKA and Contender Entertainment Group, has been adapted and directed by Studio AKA’s Philip Hunt, with narration provided by Jim Broadbent and original usic by Max Richter…

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Finished just in time for a Channel 4 screening at 2.30pm on Christmas Eve (and again on Boxing day at 4.30pm), Lost and Found is a 25 minute animated film adaptation of Oliver Jeffers childrens book of the same name. The film, a co-production between Studio AKA and Contender Entertainment Group, has been adapted and directed by Studio AKA’s Philip Hunt, with narration provided by Jim Broadbent and original usic by Max Richter…

Lost and Found tells the tale of a boy who wakes up one day to find a penguin on his doorstep. The two embark on an adventure together as the boy becomes determined to help the penguin get home – even if it means rowing all the way to the South Pole.

Fans of Oliver Jeffers will be doubly pleased to know that he’s just launched an online shop where limited edition prints are available to purchase. The first four, each available in a signed edition of 250, are all illustrations from his books (published by Harper Collins) and are printed on art paper and include the original artists marks beyond the area printed in the books…

Visit oliverjeffers.com to find out more

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