Dutch animated film Knor is now sold to 28 countries – Wel.nl

Dutch animation Knor was sold to 28 countries last year. The distributor Gusto Entertainment, which released the animation in Dutch cinemas, made the announcement on Wednesday.

The film will be released in theaters in South Africa, United Kingdom, USA, Australia, China, Spain, Germany, France and Japan.

The animated film Nor was a hit in Dutch cinemas and has already won several prizes. Knorr won three Golden Calves awards, including Best Film, at the Netherlands Film Festival, and was nominated for an Oscar.

Stop movement

The animated film is about a little girl named Babs who receives pig fiber from her grandfather from America for her ninth birthday. Her parents weren’t too happy about it, but Babs could keep the animal on the condition that Knorr follow the course of a puppy. But the grandfather secretly turns out to have other plans with Nar. The main voices are provided by Jelka van Houten, Kees Prins, Henry van Loon and Hiba Ghafry.

Oink is a stop motion animation. This means that a director gets his images by shooting clay or plastic dolls shot by shot, while the doll has a slightly different pose in each shot. By playing these images one after the other, the puppet appears to be moving. Almost a year later Knorr is still running in three theaters, Focus in Arnhem, I in Amsterdam and Laundernvenster in Rotterdam.

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