Brendan And The Secret Of Kells (2008) — Feature Length Film

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Brendan And The Secret Of Kells

Bren­dan And The Secret Of Kells

CotD: Once an Acad­emy Award Nom­i­nee for Best Pic­ture, “Bren­dan And The Secret Of Kells” was pro­duced with a com­bi­na­tion of 2D and 3D ani­ma­tion techniques.

Bren­dan And The Secret Of Kells (2008) — Fea­ture Length Film

Adven­ture, action and dan­ger await 12-year-old Bren­dan, who must fight Vikings and a ser­pent god to find a crys­tal and com­plete the leg­endary Book of Kells.

Bren­dan is hard at work with his uncle, Abbott Cel­lach and the other monks, help­ing to strengthen the abbey walls as pro­tec­tion against the Viking raids. But a new life of adven­ture begins with the arrival of Brother Aidan, a cel­e­brated mas­ter illu­mi­na­tor who ini­ti­ates Bren­dan into the art of illu­mi­na­tion, awak­en­ing his hid­den, but extra­or­di­nary talents.

In order to fin­ish the mag­nif­i­cent book, Bren­dan has to over­come his deep­est fears on a secret quest that will take him for the first time ever, beyond the abbeys walls into the enchanted for­est where dan­ger­ous myth­i­cal crea­tures hide. It is here that he meets the fairy Ais­ling, a mys­te­ri­ous young white wolf/girl, who will become his clos­est friend and helper. With the ter­ri­fy­ing Viking hordes clos­ing in, will Bren­dan suc­ceed in his quest to illu­mi­nate the dark­ness and prove that enlight­en­ment is the best for­ti­fi­ca­tion against barbarians?

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