Little from the Fish Shop
|Little from the Fish Shop|
|Directed by||Jan Balej|
|Produced by||Nelly Jenčíková|
|Screenplay by||Jan Balej|
|Based on||"The Little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen|
|Music by||Vincent Favrat
|Edited by||Patrik Pass|
|28 May 2015|
|Budget||€ 1.5 million|
Little from the Fish Shop (Czech: Malá z rybárny) is a Czech animated film written and directed by Jan Balej. The film is loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen's story "The Little Mermaid". It uses puppets animated in stop motion.
in this story It tells the tall of the fish king and his family, who are forced to move from the sea and set up fish shop. The youngest daughter, Little, then falls in love with a human man.
The film was produced through Miracle Film with co-production support from companies in Slovakia and France. It received eight million Czech crowns from the Czech State Cinematographic Fund, 90,000 euro from the Slovak Audiovisual Fund and 250,000 euro from Eurimages. The full budget corresponded to 1.5 million euro. Principal photography took 410 days. The film is set to be released in 2015.
- Meils, Cathy (2014-07-07). "Balej Animated Fish Shop Gets Sneak Peak at KVIFF". Film New Europe. Archived from the original on 2014-07-14. Retrieved 2014-07-13.
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