Sedna, Empress of the Sea

(1 x 85') Award-Winning 2D Animation Musical Feature Film

Theatrical Premiere in Canada, September 30th, 2022, on the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

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National Bullying Prevention Month in October 2022
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November 7, 2022 for International Inuit Day

An award-winning 2D animated musical feature film that offers kids and family audiences an introduction to the mythological Indigenous Inuit goddess story of Sedna that has been passed down by elders and knowledge keepers through generations to enrich and enlighten all ages and stages. Our film introduces Sedna as a young hero who goes on an epic adventure and gets kidnapped by an evil Raven. She escapes on a kayak and winds up hurled to the bottom of the sea, transforming into a mermaid. While there, Sedna meets many sea characters, including Kay, a two-spirit friend who declares her to be Sedna, Empress of the Sea. The themes in the film explore diversity, inclusion, resilience, and courage, paired with an award-winning musical score, inspired by Disney classics.   Produced, written and directed by Jerry Thevenet, Founder and President of JerryCo Animation, the film uses a light-hearted musical as a vessel to introduce children to the concept of residential schools and their impact on indigenous people. The film was developed by a story from the Director’s grandmother that was told to him as a young boy. 
 
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THE RED CAPS

Tv Series  | 26 Episodes | Episode Runtime:  30m

A delightful 2-D animation series for 6-11 year olds that features the ‘Red Caps’, Santa’s special year-long team of dynamic helpers who are endowed with special powers and help children all over the world to standup for their rights & take responsibility for our planet. The series will be accompanied by many cross media features such as a series of books, an internet community & games and the 3-D ‘Red Caps’ feature film TheMagic Crystal.
In Season 1, the magic crystal that helps Santa deliver presents is broken into 26 fragments, scattered around the world. The Red Caps are on a mission to get them back and sets them off on a course filled with comedy and adventure. The squad members have magic stars that give them very special powers and language translating skills too. They help kids around the world overcome many threats and dangers through courage, imagination, agility and their special sense of humour.
Their motto is: “Make It Snappy!” Every Red Caps mission succeeds when the child hero in each episode discovers his or her hidden talents. The series is also intertwined with global children’s rights issues along with the squad’s ongoing struggle against Santa’s wicked twin brother, Basil. The Squad’s main mission throughout the series is to get back the 26 fragments of the Magic Crystal before Basil. Each episode’s adventure is a complete story, yet each is a piece of a puzzle that will be completed only at the end of the series. The Red Caps Squad are friends that children can always count on: they do what they say and they never lie. They believe in themselves and in children, they are intelligent and never use violence. Season 1 contains 26 exciting adventures on 5 continents that will keep audiences captivated and waiting for more. The series is perfect year round as well as for the holiday season.
Pre-sold to RTL2 (Germany)
Andrea Lang, Vice President of Animation & Children’s Programmes at RTL2 said: “Red Caps combines seasonal feelings with adventures and excitement, it is European and for boys as well as for girls. We are very enthusiastic about the charm and humour of this new series: Red Caps will highlight our profile of Pokito, our RTL 2 kid’s brand, and bring fun and entertainment to our young viewers next Christmas season.”
Also sold to Turkey (Horizon International), Middle East (Media Marketing), Hungary (Duna TV), Finland, Norway, Sweden, Baltic Countries and South Africa.

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