Lost in the Woods: The Movie DVD

Lost in the Woods spring children's movie
Fawn in green grass
Fawn meets a baby raccoon
Lost in the Woods spring children's movie
Fawn in green grass
Fawn meets a baby raccoon

Lost in the Woods: The Movie DVD

19.95

AWARDS INCLUDE:

  • Children’s Choice Panda Award, Wildscreen Film Festival
  • Parent's Choice Foundation Recommended Award Winner
  • Videographer Awards for Voice-Over Talent, Creativity/Humor and Children’s Programming
  • Telly Awards for Children’s Audience and Nature/Wildlife
  • Aurora Award for Original Music
  • Aegis Award for Drama/Entertainment
  • Four Stars from Video Librarian

4:3 DVD, NTSC, Run time 30 minutes

 

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Jump into the springtime forest with a newborn fawn, raccoons, turtles, chipmunks and more. Sisbro Studios created this half-hour, live action movie to accompany the children's book Lost in the Woods, by photographers Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick. An old box turtle (named Shirley) meets a raccoon (named Fernando Hernandafandavez) who is totally lost in the forest. Shirley helps Fernando discover the magic of spring, as well as the tale of a newborn fawn in the springtime woods. All the animals think the fawn is lost, but is he?

The movie includes several original songs, including a jazzy tune called The Signs of Spring, sung by a lounge-singing tree frog. You'll also hear a beautiful lullaby sung by the mother doe to her fawn, before she leaves her fawn alone in the grasses.

Written and Directed by Laura Sams and Robert Sams

A gem that young children will find funny and “naturally” educational. Based on the photographic picture book of the same name, Lost in the Woods combines swingin’ music and video of forest animals and vegetation. However, the most surprisingly element is the humor, springing from footage of real animals synced up with the voices of actors who make the forest creatures into a cavalcade of culturally diverse characters (including a joke-telling tadpole) who spout one-liners better than most stand-up comics.
— Gregory Keer, Parents' Choice Review