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Freebie Fox Film

Date: 10-Jun-09

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Aware subscribers are offered preview passes to see the delightful new film ‘The Fox And The Child', rated G.  The tickets provide free entry for two people to the advanced previews on Friday 3 July - Sunday 5 July at selected theatres in Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.  Enjoy the beautiful story of a French forest, a young girl and her friendship with a fox.

The Fox And The Child

After the extraordinary worldwide success of The March Of The Penguins, Luc Jacquet's new film promises to take its audience inside a world that they will never forget. The Fox And The Child recounts the story of a magical, life-changing encounter between a wild fox and a young girl. Played out against a breath-taking mountainside wilderness, the story portrays their impossible friendship.

Springing from his own formative childhood encounters with a fox and drawing on years of wildlife documentary expertise to craft a dramatic and thrilling narrative, director Luc Jacquet offers audiences an unprecedented journey into the magical, secret world of this most elusive and enigmatic creature.

Astoundingly beautiful, The Fox And The Child is shot in the Ain region of France (near the Alps) and the Abruzzo National Park in Italy. The landscape becomes a third character in the film, as the fox leads the young girl deep into the forest: into spectacular caves, on to high mountain peaks and down into dark tree hollows. Spanning the seasons, the film connects audiences young and old to the natural world. Nature has the ability to teach us more about life than we can ever imagine.

Entry

To enter the draw, send an email with your name and postal address to awarenews@planetark.org with the subject line ‘The Fox And The Child'. Entries are due by 19 June and will be drawn at random.

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