By Frederik DU CHAU


Family - Pre-Production 2017

The film, to be directed by Frederik Du Chau from his own script, is based on the comic book characters The Krostons, created by the Belgian artist Paul Deliege. He first introduced the little green creatures in the comics magazine “le Journal de Spirou” in 1967

    • Year of production
    • 2017
    • Genres
    • Family, Animation
    • Countries
    • FRANCE
    • Languages
    • Budget
    • 10 - 25 M$
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Frederik DU CHAU
    • Writer(s)
    • Frederik DU CHAU
    • Synopsis
    • Max Ariane, an art director at a prestigious advertising agency in Paris, is preparing for the most important pitch of his life and career. He struggles to find inspiration, but it arrives in an unusual form, little green creatures called the Krostons!
      Max has never managed to balance work and family successfully. His wife is seeking a divorce, his kids don’t respect him and his career is on the verge. With the most important client pitch of his life due in five days, Max is completely overwhelmed.
      Max’s kids find a chest that has been buried for centuries. They bring the chest home to Max who opens it and finds a mysterious leather-bound book filled with the most beautiful illustrations he has ever seen. Exactly the inspiration Max was looking for.
      But when one of the illustrations magically comes to life, Max’s world is turned upside down. The Krostons have only one goal and that’s to become masters of the universe. While Max tries to stop the three little creatures from creating total chaos, he will learn to get his priorities straight, get his family back and regain the love of his wife.
      A 90 minute movie shot in stereoscopic 3D using the latest in post-Avatar technology with state of the art visual effects to bring the three-inch tall Krostons to life. Envisioned by Paul Deliege as the ultimate tricksters, The Krostons transform from two dimensions to three dimensions at will, and enjoy creating chaos at every turn. A fun action-comedy that will make the entire family laugh and jump out of their chairs thanks to innovative stereoscopic 3D.
    • Beginning of shooting
    • Dec 01, 2017