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TALE OF TWO ICEBERGS, A: EPISODE 2

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TALE OF TWO ICEBERGS, A: EPISODE 2 is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 7-12
8 minutes
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PATRICK JAMES COTTER
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TALE OF TWO ICEBERGS, A: EPISODE 2 is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
people about the dangers of climate change. Through fun and clever characters, kids and adults alike can learn about one of the most dangerous threats to our livelihood.

The storyline follows a mother iceberg who joins a walrus and a seagull to find a better escape for her and her daughter from the evil water bottle company warming their seas.

I like the simplicity of the story and the way it could be easily followed by young people. The animation is 2D and fairly simple. At times the colors are a bit confusing, but for the most part the animation is well executed with interesting camera angles and shots that serve its purpose. The backgrounds are simple and allow you to focus on the characters. The voiceover talent is excellent with good definition between the different character's voices. They truly capture the essence of the animals and icebergs that they portray. I loved the dynamic between the mother and daughter icebergs. They are so cute and funny. This short film would work great in a classroom setting but is also suitable for 1:1 viewing. The theme of the film is about the importance of saving the environment before it is too late.

I give A Tale of Two Icebergs 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 12, plus adults. This would play well in KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals, particularly any that are focusing on the environment or climate change.

Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

people about the dangers of climate change. Through fun and clever characters, kids and adults alike can learn about one of the most dangerous threats to our livelihood.

The storyline follows a mother iceberg who joins a walrus and a seagull to find a better escape for her and her daughter from the evil water bottle company warming their seas.

I like the simplicity of the story and the way it could be easily followed by young people. The animation is 2D and fairly simple. At times the colors are a bit confusing, but for the most part the animation is well executed with interesting camera angles and shots that serve its purpose. The backgrounds are simple and allow you to focus on the characters. The voiceover talent is excellent with good definition between the different character's voices. They truly capture the essence of the animals and icebergs that they portray. I loved the dynamic between the mother and daughter icebergs. They are so cute and funny. This short film would work great in a classroom setting but is also suitable for 1:1 viewing. The theme of the film is about the importance of saving the environment before it is too late.

I give A Tale of Two Icebergs 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 12, plus adults. This would play well in KIDS FIRST! Film Festivals, particularly any that are focusing on the environment or climate change.

Reviewed by Erin M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Mother and daughter icebergs, Glacia and Crystal, have been forced to break away from their glacier community in the Arctic Ocean, due to global warming and are now drifting for their lives. They have escaped certain death at the hands of the greedy " Iceberg Bottled Water Company" but now face an even greater enemy - warm ocean water that's melting them. A gang of walruses, however, might prove to be their saviors. Barry, the walrus leader, promises to steer them towards the Cold Stream, the purest, coldest, bluest water they've ever seen.
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