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Jojo, a lively 10-year-old with a difficult home life marked by a volatile father and an absent mother, finds solace in an unexpected friendship with an abandoned baby jackdaw. Until the final crisis.

Festival selection: a.o. Berlinale 2012 (Generation), BAFICI, Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival, EFA Young Audience Day, Cinejeune Saint-Quentin, Tel Aviv International Children’s Film Festival, Tokyo Kinder Film, Seoul International Youth Film Festival, Seoul South Korea, LUCAS Internationales Kinderfilmfestival, Frankfurt Germany, BUSTER International Filmfestival for Children and Youth, Copenhagen Denmark, Nederlands Film Festival, Utrecht Netherlands, BFI London Film Festival, London United Kingdom, Cinekid Film Festival, Amsterdam The Netherlands, Tokyo International Film Festival, Tokyo Japan, Discovery Film Festival, Scotland, Chicago International Children Film Festival, Chicago USA, EFA European Film Academy Ceremony, Malta.

Awards: a.o. in 2012 'Grand Prix of the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk' Award for best Youth Film at Berlinale, ‘Best First Feature Award’ at Berlinale, ‘Prix de la ville de Saint-Quentin’ at Cinejeune, Special mention at BAFICI, Buenos Aires International Film Festival, ‘EFCA Award’ and the ‘Film & Kino Award’ at Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival, ‘European Film Academy Young Audience Award’ Young Audience Film Day, Special mention ‘Citation of Excellence’ at Cinematheque Tel Aviv, ‘International Jury’s Grand Prix’ at Tokyo Kinder Film, Prize of the Netherlands Film Critics and the Golden Calf for Best Music Score (Helge Slikker) and the Audience Award at Netherlands Film Festival, Dutch Submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Cinekid Special Mention of the Film Professional’s Jury, Prix FiPresci – European discovery of the year 2012, European Film Awards Malta, Best Dutch Film 2012 awarded by the Association of Dutch Film Critics, City of Malmo Award for Best Youth Film 2012, BUFF International Children and Young People’s Film Festival and Best Drama Feature, Taipei International Children’s Film Festival 2014.