“Mavka. The Forest Song” will be released in over 80 countries worldwide
The film produced by the Animagrad studio (FILM.UA Group) was released for wide international distribution on March 2.
Mavka – a soul of the Forest – faces an impossible choice between love and her duty as guardian to the Heart of the Forest, when she falls in love with a human – the talented young musician Lukash. Our story is about the magical power of love. That kind of love that enables human nature to find the magic within and reveals abilities and qualities that empower a person to reach beyond possible and to hold against evil and human vice.Film.Ua
The schedule for the start of the rental of the cartoon abroad:
- Countries of the Middle East and North Africa – March 2
- France, Belgium – March 29
- Australia and New Zealand – April 6
- The Netherlands – April 19
- Italy – April 20
- Vietnam – April 29
- Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo – April 27
- Andorra and Spain – April 28
- Hungary and Portugal – May 4
- Romania – May 12
- Serbia and Montenegro – June 29
- Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland – July 14
- Turkey – August 25
The exact dates of the premieres in the USA, Canada, Latin America, as well as in South Korea, Mongolia, Israel, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and other countries will be announced subsequently.
The animated film “Mavka. The Forest Song” was created with the support of the State Film Agency and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). FILM.UA Distribution and Kinomania carry out cinema distribution in Ukraine.
Since time immemorial, the vast Ukrainian forests have harbored countless secrets and unfathomable mysteries. They are home to wondrous mythical creatures dwelling among ancient trees, faithfully guarding their sacred realm. Mavka is a Soul of the Forest and its newly chosen Guardian. Her primary mission is to protect the Forest and its sacrosanct Heart – the source of life itself – against any aggression or intrusion, including on the part of humans. Lukash is an unassuming village boy, who has a great love of music and pours his talent into playing his wooden flute and dreaming of touring the world as a professional musician but has a great fear of playing in public. However, Lukash’s music does help bring about something truly remarkable: Mavka and Lukash meet and fall in love. From the start, their union is pitted against formidable odds, but the obstacles loom even larger once the avaricious Kalyna arrives on the scene and sets about building a sawmill at the edge of the Forest. This serves as a facade to mask her true purpose: to get a hold of the Heart of the Forest (with the selfish purpose to stay young and beautiful forever) – the key to which is Mavka herself, who is already rendered vulnerable by her blossoming feelings for Lukash. To get to Mavka, Kalyna wields Lukash as her weapon and strikes anger and fear into the hearts of the villagers. Will Mavka and Lukash be able to defend their feelings for each other? Will Mavka be able to save the forest and protect her love? Will each of the two young lovers from different worlds make the right choice?