THE ARCTIC CAMELS
THE ARCTIC CAMELS tells the story of Svalin and Torarin, two siblings living in Akkarfjord on the South Island, about as far north as it is possible to get in Norway. When they want a horse for riding, their parents buy two Mongolian camels. Now they dream of having camel babies and riding on camels. It's just that camels are very large and heavy, and only trained camels can be used for riding. Therefore, the family of Svalin and Torarin will travel to Mongolia to find a professional camel trainer who will be returning to Akkarfjord to train their Camels.
Project: The Arctic Camels
Target Groups: Kids and Families
Director: Karl Emil Rikardsen
Producors: Karl Emil Rikardsen and Knut Skoglund
Coproducers: Toolbox Film (Denmark), Giraff Film (Sweden).
Cinema Distributor Norway: Tour de Force
International Sales Agent: Autlook Filmsales
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