Every Child (film)

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Every Child
Directed by Eugene Fedorenko
Produced by Derek Lamb
Written by story Derek Lamb
Bernard Carez
Raymond Pollender
Starring Bernard Carez
Sophie Cowling
Raymond Pollender
Music by Normand Roger
Cinematography Jacques Avoine
Robert Humble
Richard Moras
Production
  company
National Film Board of Canada
Distributed by National Film Board of Canada
UNICEF
Release date(s) 24 October 2008 (Argentina)
Running time 6 min.
Country Canada
Language English / French

Every Child is an animated short film produced in 1979 by the National Film Board of Canada in association with UNICEF.

This is a film without words, incorporating sounds by Les Mîmes Électriques (The Electric Mimes).[1]

Description[edit]

To commemorate the declaration of the UNICEF about the rights about the child, this film illustrates the theme "Every child has the right for a name and nationality when born." There is even a reminder at the end of the film for the viewer to support UNICEF.

This animated short tells the story of a child rejected of every home, then found by two tramps who give her love and tenderness.[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Bernard Carez
  • Sophie Cowling as the Child
  • Raymond Pollender

Credits[edit]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Every Child". Canadian Film Encyclopedia. Toronto International Film Festival. 

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