First Snow in the Woods: The Movie DVD

First Snow in the Woods Children's Movie
Mouse in a scarecrow's pocket
Buck in a fall forest
Scarecrow with a crow
Chipmunk in the fall
Fawn in the fall
First Snow in the Woods Children's Movie
Mouse in a scarecrow's pocket
Buck in a fall forest
Scarecrow with a crow
Chipmunk in the fall
Fawn in the fall

First Snow in the Woods: The Movie DVD

19.95

AWARDS INCLUDE:

  • Parents' Choice Gold Award
  • KIDS FIRST! Best of the Year Award, Independent Short, Ages 5 - 8
  • Best Original Music, International Wildlife Film Festival
  • Merit Award for Cinematography, International Wildlife Film Festival
  • Merit Award for Use of Humor, International Wildlife Film Festival
  • Finalist for Best Children's Program, International Wildlife Film Festival
  • National Parenting Publications (NAPPA) Honor Award
  • Telly Award for Children's Audience, Non-Broadcast 
  • Telly Award for Cinematography, Non-Broadcast Category
  • Telly Bronze Award for Nature/Wildlife and Humor, Non-Broadcast
  • Communicator Award of Excellence for Use of Music
  • Communicator Award of Excellence for Cinematography

Widescreen DVD, NTSC, Running time 30 minutes

 

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From wildlife filmmakers Laura Sams and Robert Sams, First Snow in the Woods is the third movie in the award-winning “In the Woods” series. Set in the vivid fall season, the movie is a heartwarming, hilarious tale filled with stunning wildlife footage and original music (including a groundhog, chipmunk and woodpecker’s ode to fall). Based on the book First Snow in the Woods, by Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick. 

In a pumpkin patch surrounded by the reds and golds of fall, a worried scarecrow watches the animals prepare for winter. “Soon I’ll be put back in the barn all alone until spring,” he sighs. And he worries another season will pass without scaring a single crow – or meeting the beautiful lady scarecrow across the field. A mouse moves into his straw-filled heart, tells him the story of First Snow in the Woods and helps him trust the changing seasons.

Stunning animal and nature footage and still photography blend with the Scarecrow’s plot, a live-action feat of photography with humor and charm to spare. The animals take on real personalities thanks to amusing voice-overs, clever editing, and smart cinematography. Dialogue is witty, the sight-gags are amusing, the music is memorable-and it pays off with the happiest of happy endings!
— Parents' Choice Review