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    'Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet' is a Cinematic Out-Of-Body Experience Brimming with Animated Wisdom

    “Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet” is a cinematic out-of-body experience that deconstructs our existential yearnings and translates them into mesmerizing animated wisdom.

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    Watch: Salma Hayek on Why She's Passionate About ‘Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet’ (Exclusive Video Interview)

    In an exclusive video interview, Salma Hayek talks about about her deeply personal connection to ‘Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet’ and the long, gruelling journey of turning the Lebanese poet’s classic work into an animated feature.

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    Watch: Oscar-Nominated 'Song of the Sea' Digs Into Mythology

    Director Tomm Moore stopped by "Last Call with Carson Daly" to talk about the personal experiences he carried while making his hit animated feature.

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    Tomm Moore's Exquisite Animated Oscar Contender 'Song of the Sea' Hits Major Cities

    Tomm Moore follows up his Oscar-nominated 'The Secret of Kells' with an even more ambitious Irish folk tale, "Song of the Sea," which is hitting more cities on January 30th.

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    Toronto Review: "Song of the Sea" is a Blissfully Beautiful Journey Into Irish Folklore

    Watching “Song of the Sea” it is easy to assert that this is one of the most blissfully beautiful animated films ever made. It is a gem beaming with awe-inspiring, heartwarming magic.

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    Toronto: Tomm Moore Follows 'Secret of Kells' with Exquisite Animated Oscar Contender 'Song of the Sea'

    Tomm Moore follows up his Oscar-nominated "The Secret of Kells" with an even more ambitious Irish folk tale, "Song of the Sea," which plays Toronto on Saturday. "Song of the Sea" (opening December 19th) looks to be a sure Oscar contender for its exquisite hand-drawn beauty and stirring story about t...

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