The Blue Marble
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The Blue Marble is a fictional story based on the reality of child soldiers. A young girl and the other students of her village school are brutally kidnapped by rebels and sent to training camps where they are trained to become ruthless killing machines as child soldiers. A story of oppression and hope.

Original language
No dialogue

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Credits

Direction - Script - Animation
Co Hoedeman

Production
Co Hoedeman $$ Galilé Marion-Gauvin
Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre

Voice
Koumba Ball
Mousa Kané
Michel Mpambara
Syntyche Nkiesa Nsosa
Soulevan Ouedraogo

Screenplay - Script
Co Hoedeman
Direction - Directing
Co Hoedeman
Animation
Co Hoedeman
Production
Co Hoedeman
Galilé Marion-Gauvin
Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre
Voice
Koumba Ball
Mousa Kané
Michel Mpambara
Syntyche Nkiesa Nsosa
Soulevan Ouedraogo
Picture Editing
Oana Suteu
Sound Editing
Olivier Calvert
Original Music
Pierre Yves Drapeau

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
16:9
Sound
Dolby
Shooting format
HD

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Keywords
Child soldiers, Africa, Oppression, War, Abuse, Hope