El Arca — the Argentinian Noah’s Ark

El Arca — the Argentinian Noah’s Ark October 13, 2007

Matt Page at the Bible Films Blog has linked to my earlier post on animated Noah’s Ark movies that went into development in the last ten years — none of which have actually been produced yet — and Christopher Heard has posted a comment there noting that a full-length animated movie called El Arca, produced by the Patagonik Film Group, was released in Argentina just this past summer. Several video clips are available at YouTube, including the trailer below. I don’t speak the language, but based on the visuals — and the use of ‘I Will Survive‘ on the soundtrack — I’d say this movie’s sensibility is closer to DreamWorks than Disney:


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