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Sergey SEREGIN
Сергей СЕРЕГИН
Sergueï SEREGUINE
 
Russia, 2008, 94 mn 
Colour, animation

Alisa's Birthday

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День рождения Алисы

 

 L'Anniversaire d'Alice

 Den rozhdeniya Alisy


Other titles : Den rozdeniya Alisy
 
Directed by : Sergey SEREGIN (Сергей СЕРЕГИН)
Writing credits : Andrei SALAMATOV (Андрей САЛАМАТОВ), Sergey SEREGIN (Сергей СЕРЕГИН), Andrei ZHITKOV (Андрей ЖИТКОВ)
Based on Kir Bulychov's novel of the same name
Production design : Sergey GAVRILOV (Сергей ГАВРИЛОВ)
Produced by : Aleksandr GERASIMOV (Александр ГЕРАСИМОВ), Vyacheslav MAIASSOV (Вячеслав МАЯСОВ)
Production : Master-Film
 
Site : www.alisaselezneva.ru/mult/

Plot synopsis
School is out for summer, but young Alisa is alternatively happy and sad about it. She loves summertime in futuristic Moscow, but she has just failed her history test and will have to do the class over again during summer break. Her space zoologist dad is not going to be happy with her. Upon returning home she is delighted to discover her Uncle Gromozeka, a boisterous blue creature with four arms, has an early birthday present for her–a trip to the planet Koleida. He vows to teach her all about history at the planet. Upon arrival at Koleida, they discover that a virus has devastated the planet’s previous society. Luckily, Gromozeka has a time machine to take Alisa on an adventure back to the 1950s to stop the virus at its source.
 

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Based on a series of hugely popular children’s science fiction books by Kir Belchev, Alisa’s Birthday overwhelms with surprising creative characters and incredible energy, while the quality of its central story will captivate all audiences. The outstanding cast is a who’s who of Russian voice actors, grounding the serious side of the tale with regular laughs and affecting musical numbers. English subtitles will be read aloud at the June 7 and the June 14 screenings. Recommended for ages 5+ although a virus scene may be intense for very sensitive youth.

Selected in the following festivals :
- Yerevan International Film Festival Reanimania, Yerevan (Armenia), 2010
- International debut film festival, Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), 2009
- Festival Russian kino 'Moscow Premier Screenings', Moscow (Russia), 2009
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2009
- Seattle International Film Festival : SIFF, Seattle (USA), 2009

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