In this third film of the series of Lotte films that children know and love, the spirited girl dog Lotte gets a little sister named Roosi. Karl the raccoon and Viktor the fish are scientists who come to Gadgetville. They are taking part in a big folk song collecting competition. Whoever succeeds in recording the folk song of the world’s oldest animal species, the mythical fire-breathing dragon, wins the competition’s grand prize. Lotte and Roosi decide to help the scientists. Exciting and unexpected adventures await the sisters.
The third feature film installment to the Estonian/Latvian family sensation Lotte (following Lotte from Gadgetville 2006, and Lotte and The Moonstone Secret 2011) heads for the celebrated 69th Berlin Film Festival.Lotte and The Lost Dragons is supported by the Estonian Film Institute / National Film Centre of Latvia / MEDIA / Shortcut / Estonian Public Broadcasting, and was made for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.
Lotte ja kadunud lohed / Lotte i zagubione smoki / Lotte and the Lost Dragons
Directed: Janno Põldma, Heiki Ernits
Script: Janno Põldma, Heiki Ernits, Andrus Kivirähk
Music: Sven Grünberg
Produced by: Kalev Tamm, Vilnis Kalnaellis, Eesti Joonisfilm, Rija Films
Country: Estonia, Łotwa/Esnonia, Latvia
Running time: 78 min.
Family film, 5+