The documentary "Tintin and the Mystery of the Rascar Capac Mummy" at the TAC
The documentary Tintin and the Mystery of the Rascar Capac Mummy has been selected for the 18th edition of The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival.
The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival is a juried international competition in the cultural heritage/archaeology film genre, bringing you the world’s best films relating to archaeology, ancient and indigenous cultures, and their world.
This festival is a counterpart to popular European archaeological and cultural film festivals found in places like Amiens, Athens, Bordeaux, Brussels, Kiel, Nyon, Istanbul, Rome, and Rovereto.
The next year's 18th annual edition will run from Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 June 2021, with most venues located in downtown Eugene, Oregon.
Trailer The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival
documentary Tintin and the Mystery of the Rascar Capac Mummy is scheduled for broadcast on Thursday 24 at 8:52pm.
It tells the story of the Mummy Rascar Capac made famous by Hergé in the albums The Seven Crystal Balls and Prisoners of the Sun.
Moulinsart provided archives of Hergé and animatics that punctuate this scientific adventure by immersing the spectator in the universe of Tintin.
- Director: Frédéric Cordier
- Coproduction: Un Film à la Patte - Panoramique Terre Productions - Moulinsart - Arte GEIE and RTBF
- Year: 2019
- Countries: France and Belgium
- Languages: English, French and Spanish with English subtitles
- Length: 52 mins