Production info

Le Temple OubliƩ
France, 2005  TV  

Directed by Olivier Boillot


In the library of Alexandria, Carla reads her father's notes, an archaeologist who spent all his life searching for a lost temple in Egypt. Suddenly, a power outage propels Carla into darkness, and mysteriously transports her three thousand years back in time in the middle of the desert. That is the starting point of a palpitation story which will lead Carla to discover the secrets of the Egyptian calendar (source: IMDb).

Animation short of 30 minutes made in co-operation with the planetarium of Saint-Etienne in France, providing an educational view on the astronomical knowledge of the ancient Egyptians through the discoveries that Carla makes.

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