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Brain Power Studio sells its Witch film to Discovery Networks

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Brain Power Studio has sold its new family adventure film A Witches’ Ball to Discovery Networks.

The 90-minute live action film that features incredible CGI special effects will premiere on Discovery Family in the US on October 14 and on Discovery Kids in Latin America on October 31.

This follows a US DVD release on 26 September at Walmart through a distribution deal secured by Brain Power Studio with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Inc.

Every year the Witching World gathers to celebrate all the newly inducted witches into their magical world.

A Witches’ Ball follows 12-year-old Beatrix who has just passed her Witches’ exam with flying colors, earning the title of valedictorian. However, all that excitement comes to a crashing halt when an incident puts her pending status in jeopardy.

Now Beatrix and her pet rat, Muggs have to figure out how to set things right by solving three magical riddles before the big night.

This fun-filled CGI- enhanced live-action film is produced by Brain Power Studio.

Beth Stevenson, President and Founder of Brain Power Studio said, “There is an enduring need for magical family adventures and we are excited to be taking A Witches’ Ball to audiences across the US and Latin America. We are confident that the engaging storyline, incredible effects and strong female lead character will appeal to families everywhere.”

A Witches’ Ball, adapted from the book by David Steinberg, will entertain families with engaging characters and fun adventures. The stunning CGI and magical storyline will support and encourage children’s imaginations, and spark their creativity, just in time for Halloween!

Beatrix is a contemporary aspirational role-model who displays confidence and determination through creative problem-solving.  At its heart, A Witches’ Ball is about being true to yourself and accepting others for who they are.

 

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