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In a lush and lively forest lives a hedgehog. He is respected and envied by the other animals. However, Hedgehog’s devotion to his home annoys a quartet of insatiable beasts. Together, they march off towards Hedgehog’s home… Exquisitely directed by Eva Cvijanović and based on the classic story by Branko Ćopić, a writer from the former Yugoslavia, Hedgehog’s Home is a warm and universal tale for young and old that reminds us there truly is no place like home.

Original Title Hedgehog’s Home
Category Official Competition
Section Elements +3
Tipology Animation, Short Film
Duration 10'
Production Year 2016
Nationality Canada
Directed by Eva Cvijanovic
Screenplay Eva Cvijanovic
Based on the fairytale by Branko Ćopić
Director of photography Ivan Slipčević
Sound Olivier Calvert
Music Darko Rundek
Produced by Jelena Popović, Vanja Andrijević

--- regista --- eva cvijanovicEva Cvijanovic
Eva Cvijanović is an animator and filmmaker focused on the storytelling potential of environments and character. Since graduating from Concordia University, she has produced and directed two independent films (SEASICK, 2013, and ONCE UPON A MANY TIME, 2010) and was part of the NFB’s Hothouse program (THE KISS, 2011). Eva works with felted wool, water color and pastels while being equally fluent in digital media. Eva’s experience ranges from working on documentary and puppet films to videogames and more. HEDGEHOG’S HOME is her latest venture is, an NFB/Bonobostudio stop-motion short film based on a famous Balkan tale.

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