LOTTE AND THE LOST DRAGONS

Production: Eesti Joonisfilm, Rija Films 
Writers: Andrus Kivirähk, Janno Põldma, Heiki Ernits
Directors: Janno Põldma, Heiki Ernits
Producer: Kalev Tamm
Production Designer: Heiki Ernits
Composers: Sven Grünberg, Renārs Kaupers
Budget: 2,700,000.-
EFI support: 1,500,000.-
Premiere: Spring 2019

In this third film of the series of Lotte films that children know and love, the spirited girl dog Lotte gets a little sister named Roosi. Karl the raccoon and Viktor the fish are scientists who come to Gadgetville. They are taking part in a big folk song collecting competition. Whoever succeeds in recording the folk song of the world’s oldest animal species, the mythical fire-breathing dragon, wins the competition’s grand prize. Lotte and Roosi decide to help the scientists. Exciting and unexpected adventures await the sisters.

http://www.joonisfilm.ee/films/lotte-and-the-lost-dragons?lang=en

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