WHO’S IN IT?
Fred Armisen (Easy A), Joey Camen (The House of Magic), Robert Creighton (The Nutcracker), Marcus D’Angelo (The Judge), Vincent D’Onofrio (Men in Black), Brian T. Delaney (Minions), Melissa Disney (In a World…), Bill Lobley (Top Cat: The Movie), Phil McGlaston (Little Children), Amanda C. Miller (film debut), Jared Padalecki (Supernatural), Philippe Peythieu (A Monster in Paris), Rachel Salvatierra (film debut), Dana Snyder (Hell and Back)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Alain Gagnol (A Cat in Paris), director, writer; Jean-Loup Felicioli (A Cat in Paris), director; Eric Beckman (Ernest & Celestine), Jacques-Rémy Girerd (Raining Cats and Frogs), Sophia Harvey (April and the Extraordinary World), David Jesteadt (Mia and the Migoo) and Michael Sinterniklaas (The Painting), producers; Serge Besset (Tante Hilda!), composer
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Leo (D’Angelo), an 11-year-old boy with a mysterious illness, suddenly finds himself with the power to leave his physical body and fly about the city of New York as a ghostly apparition. While in the hospital, he befriends a wheelchair-bound cop named Jake (Padalecki), and with his powers he decides to help his new friend with foiling the plans of a nefarious gangster…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The directors of A Cat in Paris, which unexpectedly scored an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature a few years ago, are back with a delightful story that doesn’t skimp on the fun and creativity.