Lost in the Woods: The Movie

Lost in the Woods: The Movie

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Director: Laura Sams, Robert Sams

Cast: Laura Sams, Robert Sams

     
 
Acclaimed nature photographers Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick -- authors of the photographic fantasy book Lost in the Woods -- bring their creation to the screen in the new film Lost in the Woods: The Movie. Sams and Stoick combine live-action footage of animals in their natural environments with still nature photographs from the original text to tell the

Overview

Acclaimed nature photographers Carl Sams II and Jean Stoick -- authors of the photographic fantasy book Lost in the Woods -- bring their creation to the screen in the new film Lost in the Woods: The Movie. Sams and Stoick combine live-action footage of animals in their natural environments with still nature photographs from the original text to tell the story of an elderly box turtle named Shirley and a slightly befuddled raccoon named Fernando Hernandafandavez, and their efforts to know the origins and history of a small, vulnerable newborn fawn whom they find sleeping in the brush nearby. Laced with several original songs and memorable characters, Lost in the Woods is well-suited for children and families alike.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/06/2005
UPC:
0822861004092
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
G
Source:
Carl Sams Ii Photogr

Special Features

Sounds of the forest -- Interactive game; Behind the scenes; "Bearly Alike"

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lost in the Woods: The Movie
1. Spring is Here [2:19]
2. Shirley & Fernando [5:27]
3. Signs [3:43]
4. A Little Tawn [3:47]
5. Someone's Coming [4:07]
6. Lullaby [3:19]
7. What About Now? [2:41]
8. Reunion [3:31]

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
all of my kids love this movie, it is refreshing and a great escape to nature. Fabulous photography!
KEF More than 1 year ago
My one year old loves this movie, and he has very little patience for television! He loves the animals - their "voices" and action keep his attention. We all love the music in it, it's not annoying to parents. Cute story, too. Great choice!
JTomCooper More than 1 year ago
A fawn is discovered by other wild creatures, including a box turtle and a raccoon that reminds me of Harry, my wife's pet. The fawn seems to know how to keep hidden in a background of tall grass. They decide the young deer is lost, but is that correct? They learn that the mother is protecting the fawn from predators during its first two weeks and only comes around to nurse and care at intervals. The narration is excellent and should keep children enthralled by the story.