If you’re sick of watching “It’s a Wonderful Life” and all of the usual Christmas Day film fare for the billionth time, then tune in to The Sundance Channel at [ 5PM ] on Christmas Day (December 25th) for the broadcast of Russian animator Mikhail Aldashin’s charming short “The Nativity”.
The “folkloric retelling of one of the oldest stories in the world” was created in 1997 and is a mere 15 minutes long — like a stocking stuffer for your eyes. For the complete “Nativity” schedule on Sundance, see the [ official site. ]
Posted on December 23, 2000 in News by Film Threat Staff
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