Title: Abijah’s Fairy Tale
Written by: Barbara Bullen
Type: Short Film
Genre: Family, Drama
Logline: Abijah, a young South African girl is chosen by the Gods as Queen Enchantress of Africa to remedy the past racial injustices of her people.
Synopsis: Abijah an eight year old girl in her dream is visited by an angel, Jaquan, who tells her that she has been chosen by the Gods to be Queen Enchantress of Africa. Abijah is taken to the palace in a horse-drawn carriage to attend her coronation. The magic of Abijah begins in her room with her shoes that grows wings; in her carriage when her tears turns into diamonds; in her bedroom in the palace with her magical mirror, to her goblet which enables her to see her people in her dream that tells her of their need for her to fulfill their dreams in a once apartheid nation. Abijah is crowned queen where she is then visited by the Gods, a spirit, and a wizard who helps her with her dreams for her people. The wizard tells Abijah to visit the witches who will help her fulfill her dreams for her people. The witches agree to help Abijah by flying over Africa with her to cast their spell over the nation to end racism, inequality, and violence within Africa.
Abijah is a magical tale that will take the children, teenagers, and adults into the dream of a child whose wishes for the children is for unconditional love.
A movie that will hold the attention of the children and adults around the world with its portrayal of Abijah and the magical creatures that seek to help her fulfill her dream for her people.
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