The Magic Ball Show

DVD Release: May 8, 2012
The Magic Ball Show
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Synopsis

Children offer us a magical and creative insight into their world. This multi-award winning film celebrates children from many different places around the world. Filmed on location in Bali, the Czech-Republic, Mexico, USA, India, France, the Caribbean and Australia.

Our hosts, Ashlee and Ayden are guided by the magician, Shamani Azu, in their travels around the world where they witness the dancing, music and adventures these children offer. Be inspired by every child on The Magic Ball, our planet Earth!

Music by Blues Traveler, Donavon Frankenreiter, Shpongle, Ganga Giri and many more…

Dove Review

Kids can learn more about the world in which they live simply by watching this big-scope film, a DVD which will fling kids to various corners of the world to see boys and girls dance in their native lands and practice rituals which are a central part of their lives.

They will see Bali girls dance and various scenes of Indonesia. A man who disappears every so often is the main guide, who also leads them to the Czech Republic and the viewer will see young boys dancing as well. Girls beat drums and it’s noted that the Aztecs play music and dance to please their gods. We also see a magic string. In another example of the diversity a young talented guitarist plays rock and roll music. In one scene some kids rub the belly of a statue of Buddha. On the Caribbean Islands a young boy plays a “love drum”. And the filmmakers also visit the Aboriginals.

The focus of the DVD is obvious as one boy near the end of the program says, “The world is so awesome.” Kids can learn what other cultures do and believe simply by watching this DVD. We award our Dove Seal this fun and musical DVD. Let it take you away to other worlds for a time!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Shirtless boys.
Other: The term magic is used; Buddha is referred to; it is said the Aztecs play music and dance for their gods.

Info

Company: Magic Ball Show
Director: Serena Kinchla
Producer: Serena Kinchla
Genre: Children
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: TV-G
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter