Kirikou Et La Sorciere
English Title: Kirikou And The SorceressKirikou Et La Sorciere (Kirikou And The Sorceress) (1998) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
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- Exposure, France 3 Cinema, Les Armateurs, Monipoly, Odec Kid Cartoons, Radio-Television Belge, Studio O, Trans Europe Film, Rija Studio
- Gebeka Films, ArtMann, Remstar Distribution
- Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Kirikou, Mother, Karaba, Uncle, The Old Man.
- Vocal Talent: Theo Sebeko (Kirikou), Kombisile Sangweni (Mother), Antoinette Kellermann (Karaba), Fezele Mpeka (Uncle), Mabutho "Kid" Sithole (The Old Man)
English-language cast: Doudou Gueye Thiaw (Kirikou as a Baby), Tshilombo Lubambu (Uncle), Maimouna Ndiaye (Mother), Awa Sene Sarr (Karaba), Robert Lionsol, Marie Augustine Diatta, Isseu Niang, Adjoua Barry, Samba Wane, Sidney Kotto.
- Directed By Michel Ocelot.
- Produced By Didier Brunner, Jacques Vercruyssen, Paul Thiltges.
- Animated By Inga Riba (Head Animator).
- Written By Michel Ocelot.
- Music By Youssou N'Dour (Songs).
- Edited By Dominique Lefever.
- Director of Photography: Daniel Borenstein.
- Layout Chief: Pascal Lemaire.
- Coloring Directors: Benedicte Galup, Marie-Paule Paturand, Philippe Vercruyssen.
- Production Designer: Thierry Million.
- Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Alek Goosse.
- Second Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Mathieu Cox.
- Foley and ADR Recordist: Marina Lerchs.
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