HERO AND THE MESSAGE
al rayyan productions
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"Hero and The Message" is another production made by Platige Image for Al Rayyan Productions.

The film will serve as part of a campaign promoting values important to the development of the Qatari national Identity, traditions and expanding the Qataris’ historical and cultural awareness. The campaign’s target audience are Qatari kids who will be implementing “Dream 2030”, which derived from Qatar’s National Vision 2030. The program includes ambitious undertakings such as the 2022 FIFA World Cup and a fast rail project.

“Hero and The Message” is a story of Mohammad and Lulua, two siblings who travel in time with the help of an ultra high-tech train and manage to get involved in key events of Qatari history. The movie premiered during the 2012 Qatar National Day, on December 18. The animation was also presented on Qatari television, in cinemas, and during special screenings, including one at the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and Katara.