A small boy taking a walk picks up a little line he finds lying on the sidewalk. Putting it in his pocket, he forgets about it entirely. Then the line starts to move – it’s alive! It’s the start of a long, shared adventure. The little line grows up with the boy and becomes his friend. It takes on all kinds of shapes that reflect life’s many emotional nuances. It’s magical! And though the line sometimes gives the boy a hard time and sulks or even hides, it also helps him, encourages and rescues him, surprises and makes him laugh.
The Big Adventure of a little Line is a cartoon tale, an ode to drawing. We invite everyone, from the very young to the very old, to take part in the many stages in a life-long friendship between a little boy and his red line.
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A transmedia project
The application lets users to make the most of interactive experiences. It is users’ own drawings that drive the story. The table and smartphone app are available on the AppStore and GooglePlay.
This short film is an animated story, freely based on the book, where the main thin is the love of drawing. It will be shown on television and at festivals.
The Big Adventure of a little Line was originally a book by Serge Bloch. It was published by Editions Sarbacane in 2012 and is available from all good bookshops.
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In the same collection
Released in December 2013, I CAN’T WAIT was the first application in our series of interactive tales. I CAN’T WAIT is a tale in which the user pulls the strings of the story.
The application is available for tablets and mobiles from the AppStore.