The Prophet (2014) Theatrical Cartoon

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The Prophet

The Prophet

The Prophet (2014) Theatrical Cartoon The Prophet

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • Traditional Animation
  • Doha Film Institute, Participant Media, MyGroup Lebanon, FFA Private Bank, JRW Entertainment, Code Red Productions
  • Voice Actors: Liam Neeson, John Krasinski, Quvenzhane Wallis, Salma Hayek.
  • Directed By Roger Allers.
  • Segment Directors: Marjane Satrapi, Chris Landreth; more Directors More Directors...
  • Produced By Salma Hayek, Clark Peterson, Ron Senkowski.
  • Executive Producers: Steve Hanson, William Nix, Jose Tamez, Jeff Skoll, Jonathan King; more Producers More Producers...
  • Originally Released in December of 2014 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Qatar / Lebanon

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In this anthology adaptation, each of the 89-year old classic book's chapters will be directed by a different award-winning filmmaker, with Roger Allers responsible for the connective through-line narrative. Shown at the Cannes Film Festival in...  (more)

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