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Yellowbird (French: Gus, petit oiseau, grand voyage) is a 2014 French–Belgian CG-animated fantasy film. It was directed by Christian De Vita.[5]

Yellowbirds
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Directed by Christian De Vita
Produced by Corinne Kouper
Written by Antoine Barraud
Cory Edwards
Starring Seth Green
Dakota Fanning
Christine Baranski
Yvette Nicole Brown
Richard Kind
Jim Rash
Danny Glover
Elliott Gould
Music by Stephen Warbeck[1]
Production
company
TeamTO and Haut et Court (France)
Distributed by SC Films International[2]
Release date
  • October 11, 2014 (2014-10-11) (London Film Festival)[3]
  • February 4, 2015 (2015-02-04) (France)
Running time
88 minutes
Country France, Belgium
Language English
Budget €10 million[4]

The film features the voices of Seth Green, Dakota Fanning, Jim Rash, Yvette Nicole Brown, Christine Baranski, Richard Kind, Danny Glover and Elliott Gould. Additional performances by Brady Corbet and Jamie Denbo.

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Darius, the leader of a flock of birds, is wounded just before it is time for the birds to migrate to Africa. Information about how to lead the migration must be passed to the first bird that encounters Darius. That is Yellowbird who is excited by the challenge but has very little life experience. Karl expected to take over as leader but Yellowbird lies to the flock and leads them south for the migration. He is really only a young hatchling with no experience and endangers the flock many times. Delf always supports him in the beginning. He flys north by mistake, landing in Holland and not Spain. The flock then crosses the North Sea and ends up somewhere with snow. Finally Yellowbird tells the truth and it turns out the "Iron Bird" is not to be feared but really is a solution to their problem. They end up taking a plane to Africa. Yellowbird officially becomes part of the flock and everybody celebrates.

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