Genre Animation, Family
Director Nicola Lemay
Music director Daniel Scott
Running time 22 minutes
|Writer Martin Barry (screenplay), Benoit Chartier (French narration), Berangere Rouard (French narration), John Weldon (English narration), Thibaud de Courreges (French narration)|
Initial release December 13, 2003 (Canada)
Cast Leslie Nielsen, Benoit Briere, Rick Jones, Johanne Leveille, Helene Lasnier, Benoit Rousseau
Nominations Gemini Award for Best Animated Program or Series
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Noël Noël is a 22-minute animated short produced by the National Film Board of Canada in 2003 as a Christmas special. It was directed by Nicola Lemay and written by Martin Barry. The English-language version was adapted by John Weldon and narrated by Leslie Nielsen. The original French-language version was narrated by Benoît Brière.
Awards for the film included the Prix Gémeaux for Best Animated Program or Series and an Award of Excellence in the category of Animation age 6 - 8 from the Alliance for Children and Television.
Billionaire businessman Noel Noël is rich but rude. He falls for Beatrice, the fairy, and tries to win her love with material gifts before learning the true meaning of love from a little girl named Zooey, her dog Snooze, and a blue-eyed reindeer.