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Goat Story

Goat Story - The Old Prague Legends
Goat Story poster
Directed by Jan Tománek
Produced by Art And Animation studio
Written by Jan Tománek
David Sláma
Starring Jiří Lábus
Mahulena Bočanová
Michal Dlouhý
Petr Pelzer
Jan Přeučil
Viktor Preiss
Miroslav Táborský
Karel Heřmánek
Petr Nárožný
Dalimil Klapka
Pavel Rímský
Ota Jirák
Music by David Solař
Distributed by Phase 4 Films
Release dates 16 October 2008[1]
Running time 80 minutes
Country Czech Republic
Language Czech
Budget $1.8 million
Box office $1.3 million

Goat Story - The Old Prague Legends (Czech: Kozí příběh - pověsti staré Prahy) is a 2008 Czech computer-animated feature film. Directed by Jan Tománek and produced by Art And Animation studio. It was the first Czech and East Europe feature-length computer animated film. It won the main prize at the 2010 Buenos Aires International Children's Film Festival.[2] The film featured on the cover of the March 2008 edition of American magazine Animation.[3]

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Plot

The film features a comedic story about a friendship between the village-boy Kuba and his goat in medieval Prague. In Prague, Kuba falls in love with Máca, a worldly girl. The Goat begins to envy this relationship. Their story intertwines with that of the poor student Matěj Tale from Faust House and his contract with the Devil.

Cast

The film stars the voice talents of:

See also

References

  1. ^ "Czech CGI movie Goat Story released".  
  2. ^ "Goat Story awarded in Buenos Aires".  
  3. ^ "Kozí příběh, první český 3D film, zaujal i v Hollywoodu".  

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