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Review: Hedgehog's Home
by Karen Pecota

Directed by Eva Cviganovic

Hedgehog's Home is a beautifully colored stop-motion animated short-film made entirely with needled felt. Under the direction of Eva Cviganovic and co-produced by the national Film Board of Canada and Bonobostudio, this delightful short narrative is based on a famous children's poem by Branko Copic, a writer from the former Yugoslavia.

Hedgehog's Home is a reminder that there is no place like home when one takes the time to cultivate a living space that provides comfort, safety and pride. What one builds for shelter defines not only who we are but what we value. The Hedgehog visually describes the importance of what makes his space his home—something of value to cherish.