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Indie-Mation Club Week 4: ‘The Little Prince’

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The beloved French novella, The Little Prince has been adapted for the screen several times, most recently as an English language, French animated film, using both 3D CGI and stop-motion animation. This version is a visual treat and an emotional journey, following a little girl who, over the course of the film, is told the story of the Little Prince and must decide how she wants to use the lessons from the story in her own life.

The Little Prince was released by Netflix in the US, so if you’re in America and have Netflix, you can easily watch this movie before we talk about it on Monday. You can find it at the following link.

Watch The Little Prince on Netflix.

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About Jonathan North

Jonathan North is writer, photographer, video editor, and animation fan from Iowa. He studied advertising and design at Iowa State University, and also has degrees in multimedia and art. His favorite movie is Fantasia, and his favorite cartoon is Gravity Falls. Or maybe Steven Universe. He can’t decide. You can find more of his work on his blog, as well as his YouTube channel, where he reviews all manner things, including (almost) every version ever of Alice in Wonderland. His favorites are the 1999 version starring Tina Majorino, and of course, the 1951 Disney version. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr, @jonjnorth.