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About the film

A warm-hearted, sincere, family animation with a great story that unfolds in a fantasy world – the Moominvalley. Moomintroll won’t hibernate. This year he wants to explore the winter and expects a very misterious guest called Christmas to visit the Moominvalley!

This winter is extraordinary. Moomintroll decides to stay awake to explore the winter instead of having his winter slumber as usually. Winter is certainly totally different than he had imagined. Strangest creatures wander amidst the snowdrifts while midwinter darkness surrounds the Moominvalley. Moreover, an eccentric guest is soon to appear. This guest requires many measures, and is called Christmas, an astounded Moomintroll is told.

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Screenplay based on Tove Jansson’s books:

Małgorzata Więckowicz-Żyła; Piotr Szczepanowicz; Ira Carpelan

Directors Jakub Wroński; Ira Carpelan

Produced by Tom Carpelan; Ira Carpelan
Executive Producers Stellan Skarsgård, Harel Goldstein, Rick Romano

Associate Producers Grzegorz Wacławek; Piotr Szczepanowicz

Production Manager, Supervising Producer Zofia Jaroszuk

Line Producers Jakub Karwowski; Grzegorz Wacławek

Openinig Song: Music by Andrea Eklund – Lyrics by Amanda Henriksson;

Title Song: Music by Jori Sjöroos – Lyrics by Paula Vesala;

Orchestral Arrangement Jussi Vahvaselkä

Music Łukasz Targosz

Music performed by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Sound design Michał Fojcik / Soundmind

Title Animation Jakub Karwowski / Letko Sp. z o.o.

Production Design Piotr Szczepanowicz; Ira Carpelan

Editing Przemysław Chruścielewski
Rekonstrukcja cyfrowa obrazu 4K digital intermediate Fixafilm Sp. z o.o.
Post Production Jakub Karwowski / Letko sp. z o.o.; Piotr Szczepanowicz



Original animation credits

Originally Co-Produced by  Film Polski, Warsaw; Jupiter Film, Wien

Original Executive Producer Studio Małych Form Filmowych Se-Ma-For, Łódź

Original Directors Łucjan Dembiński;Krystyna Kulczycka; Jadwiga Kudrzycka; Dariusz Zawilski, Wacław Fedak

Original Screenplay Łucjan Dembiński; Maria Kossakowska

The presentation of the characters



Is always curious to find out new things and to see new places. He is excited about any possible adventure. He is not afraid of the unknown, though he sometimes can be a little insecure – after all he is still quite young. He is a courageous troll with his keen sense of exploration and fun. Moomintroll lives life to the fullest, and views the world with a feeling of wonderment. As gullible as he is enthusiastic, he is also naive and extremely good-natured.



Gentle Moominmamma always has a kind and encouraging word for her son, Moomintroll, as well as for everyone else. She is wise, has the solution for any problem, and remains calm even during the worst of disasters. The Moomin family and their friends often get to enjoy Moominmamma’s great cooking. Sensible Moominmamma always carries around a bag with all her essentials.



Moominpappa remains responsible, wise and devoted to his family – as long as he regularly gets to visit his beloved sea. Knowledgeable Moominpappa is not shy on giving advice, but in the end he believes that experiencing things yourself is the best way to learn.



Too-Ticky, a friend of the family, craftswoman and practical philosopher. Unlike Moointrolls she doesn’t hibernate. Every year she spends wintertime in the Moomin family’s bathinghouse. She lives there with invisible shrews who keep her company. Too-Ticky is a knowledable woman and always knows the solution to all sorts of problems, that is why Moomintroll often seeks her advice.

Little My

Little My

The name Little My means the smallest of all things. Despite her size, Little My is spunky and bold: she doesn’t care a whit what others say about her. She is fiercely independent. Little My brashly  speaks her mind and does as she pleases – which is often the opposite of what she’s told to do. Little My is always either happy or angry, but never sad.

Healthy Hemulen

Healthy Hemulen

Many Hemulens have somewhat obsessive personalities: they devote themselves to one interest at a time, whether it be skiing, stamps, butterflies, or whatever happens to intrest them. Their hobbies make them forget everything else around them, making them also often oblivious to the feelings and opinions of others. Healthy Hemulen is all about the wintersports.



Fillyjonk does not have a single moment of fantasy or joy, only duties and discipline; she is an extremely methodical person tied down with principles and has a deep rooted belief in prestige and tradition. Nevertheless, once, after a catastrophe, Fillyjonk can be freed from the trammels of social expectation and can discover the joys of freedom, irrationality and self-expression. Deep inside she has had a wish to live freely as the Moomin family does, without any worries.

Producers / Crew


Filmkompaniet Producer

We like to be different and to think out-side-the-box; and we like to develop concepts others have not thought of. Among the firsts, already in 2007, we started to restore, renovate and develop an earlier produced animation master-piece. Later such companies as Warner Brothers and Disney followed in our footsteps with productions like Charlie Brown and Cinderella. The master-piece Filmkompaniet restored and developed is a Finnish heritage Brand The Moomins, a real vintage-collection with zestful, high-profile, and elegant looks, which we highly improved from the original produced by the Oscar winning studio Se-Ma-For back in the 1970/80ies. This work has so far resulted in a 78 part TV-series in HD, and two movies. The latter movie Moomins and the Comet Chase was the first Scandinavian 3D-movie with talents like Björk (title song), Max von Sydow, Alexander Skarsgård, Mads Mikkelsen, Stellan Skarsgård and Peter Stormare in the voice cast. The film was in distribution in about 100 countries including USA, France, Japan, China, Brazil.

Now we have new things too, on our minds, you will hear about them soon…

Filmkompaniet was founded in 2003 by Tom Carpelan, and is specialized in children’s films and in branding. Distribution of children’s films through DVD and TV-channels in Scandinavia has been one of the main areas as also, to some extent, theatrical releases. The company strives to work long-term on building high-quality distribution platforms and creating strong brands around the titles. A good example is the Little Mole, which has been in distribution through Tom Carpelan since 1986, and which has sold over 400.000 videos in Finland alone.


Filmkompaniet releases:

  • until 2009 mostly import of children films’ rights; some theatrical releases;
  • 2008 release of first Moomin film, Moomins and Midsummer Madness;
  • 2010 release of the film Moomin and the Comet Chase, first 3D movie produced in Scandinavia;
  • 2013 release of a 78-part TV-series Moomins, in HD;
  • 2017 planned release of film Moomins and the Winter Wonderland;




Animoon is an animation studio founded by Grzegorz Wacławek – an experienced producer and author, as well as director. We aim to continue the tradition of author’s driven animation in Polish cinema and promote the work of young and talented animators.
At Animoon we produce animated series for young audience and adults and specialize in adult-oriented  animated films intended for online streaming. We invest and aim to develop our own brands like animated series Bear Me, The Ant Gets married and Hug Me. The series and films from our portfolio are mostly character-driven stories with a twist of comedy, often based on the Polish picture books for children. The biggest project in the store is a stop motion, feature length film called The Pelican to be directed by Magda Osińska. The project has received support from the Polish Film Institute and has already gained some interest of broadcasters and distributors in Poland. Fennec and Silly Billy and his Great Adventure Quest are two other feature films that we currently develop. We are also the producer of artistic short films including award winning Impossible figures and other stories II by Marta Pajek.
Pelican Capture aka SMODO is the motion capture technology for an animated puppet developed by us.


Animoon is a member of Polish Animation Producers Association.


Animoon releases:

  • 2013 Bear Me series
  • 2016 The Courtyard (animated short)
  • 2016 Impossible Figures and other stories II (animated short)
  • 2016 Ant gets Married series
  • 2016 Hug me series
  • 2017 planned release of film Moomins and the Winter Wonderland 


Kuba Wroński

Polish Director

Born in 1982 in Warsaw. In 2010 he graduated from Film School in Łódź where he studied animation. He is an author of several commercials, music visualizations, animation intros, a video clip and four art house animated films. All of them received awards at Polish and foreign festivals. He cooperated with Polin Museum in Warsaw and worked in film post-production (e.g.: Oscar-winning Peter and the Wolf). As a character animator he has collaborated with Mariusz Wilczyński on his full-length animated film Kill it and leave this town. He is a laureate of numerous scholarships and awards.

Ira Carpelan

Finnish Director, Scriptwriter and Producer

She holds a master degree in Political Sciences. She is a former investigative journalist at YLE and the Executive Director of international Children and Youth Foundation in Finland organization. Ira is an experienced film producer who has collaborated on numerous international film projects – both on concept-developing as well as on budgeting. Her vast experience includes project planning, international aid and development cooperation management as well as national and international fundraising. She has been an international movie financing consultant as well as co-consultant

for Rovio’s Angry Birds movie. She is also experienced in scriptwriting having worked as script doctor consultant and as a journalist at the Finnish Broadcasting Corporation YLE.  She is a director of dubbings for over 100 children’s films and series.

Małgorzata Więckowicz-Żyła

Polish Scriptwriter

Is a graduate of Psychology at the University of Opole. She has been writing scripts for animated short films and series since 2012. Together with Piotr Szczepanowicz she has written the scripts for the following series now being developed: The Town called Mamoko, Toru Superfox, Sol and Liv. Together they have also written the first draft for script for the film Moomins and the Winter Wonderland  which marks their debut as scriptwriters of feature lenght films aimed at children and family audience.

Piotr Szczepanowicz

Polish Scriptwriter and Producer

A director, screenwriter and producer of animated films. Piotr graduated from Opole University and Polish National Film School in Łódź. Between 2010 and 2015 he’s been collaborating with Krakow based NoLabel studio, where he has produced a multi awarded animated short Ziegenort (T. Popakul). Currently he is a supervisor of feature-length animated debut by Mariusz Wilczyński called: Kill it and leave this town. He holds a vast experience he’s gained collaborating on many awarded films including Peter and the Wolf (S. Templeton), The Lost Town of Świteź (K. Polak) and Magic Piano (M. Clapp). He has made seven short films including The Railway Watchman (2012) that was awarded both in Poland and abroad. Together with Małgorzata Więckowicz-Żyła he has written the scripts for the following series now being developed: The Town called Mamoko, Toru Superfox, Sol and Liv. Together they have also written the first draft for script the Moomins and the Winter Wonderland.

Łukasz Targosz

Music Composer

Polish film music composer. Born in Krakow in 1977. Having graduated from the Jazz and Popular Music Academy in the early 1990’s, Lukasz began to record as a studio guitarist, but also gave concerts and made records with the biggest rock and pop stars in Poland. After more than ten years on stage and in recording studios, Lukasz was invited to work with the largest commercial TV network in Poland – TVN, debuting as a composer. Today he can boast of over 40 soundtracks for various cinematic projects – to begin with art house, through mainstream movies and animation, to end with new generation historic movies such as Stones on the Rampart by Robert Glinski, long awaited screen version of a classical Polish novel. Presently, Lukasz is one of the most pursued film music composers in Poland. Last year alone, 3 films with his music (Letters to M, Pitbull. New Order and Planet Single) were seen by over 6 million viewers, which for the Polish box office is a record number.

Przemysław Chruścielewski


Born in 1983, is an acknowledged Polish editor. He is a graduate of the Polish National Film School in Łódź where he studied film editing and where he currently lectures. From 2008 he has worked on over 40 films including documentaries, short fiction and animated films. Among the films he has collaborated on following titles can be listed: awarded Last Family by Jan P. Matuszyński or documentary Father and Son and Father and son on a journey by Paweł and Marcel Łoziński. Moomins and the Winter Wonderland is the first feature animated film that he works on.

Michał Fojcik

Sound Design

Supervising sound editor, sound designer. Owner of Sound Mind Studio. Worked on over 60 feature, short, animated and documentary films – the biggest recent Polish films (Gods, The Red Spider, Disco Polo), as well as international projects (Loving Vincent, Arbitrage – nomination to Golden Globes). Finds working on arthouse animated films (Ziegenort, Baths, Railway Watchman) the same inspiring and fun. Between 2011 and 2015 worked in Alvernia Studios as a sound designer and head of sound postproduction. Nominated for The Best Sound to Polish Film Academy Awards for his work on film Gods. Member of Motion Picture Sound Editors, European and Polish Film Academies. Addicted to recording new sounds and collecting microphones.

Tom Carpelan


Is a producer and the funder of Filmkompaniet. He is a graduate of Economic Sciences. Tom holds an experience of over 30 years, working in children’s films international rights and distribution. He has a broad understanding of concept-building and branding for children’s properties such as the Mole and the Snowman. He has made the very first international children’s film co-production Finland ever participated in (Amazon Jack – the Movie Star) together with the Danish producer A-Film/Egmont. He was a co-consultant for Rovio’s Angry Birds. In 80-90ties Tom was the biggest educational films’ importer and distributor in Finland. He holds a vast experience in planning and execution of international film projects.

Grzegorz Wacławek


Is a young, but experienced producer, creator and director of animated films. He graduated from Polish National Film School in Łódź and Academy of Fine Arts. His film debut came with the Beyond old age (2010). He collaborated with the Oscar winning producers – Hugh Welchman (Peter and the Wolf) and Gareth Unwine (The King’s Speech) and worked on the production of Magic Piano project at Breakthrough Films. Since 2013 he creatively produces series and full length animated films in his studio Animoon based in Warsaw. Right now he is working on several projects focusing mainly on films and series for children.


Postproduction Partner

Fixafilm is a post-production house that combines years of experience with a passion for doing the best work possible. Collaborating with directors, production houses, producers, and advertising agencies, we stop at nothing to bring their vision to the screen. Our clients can be sure that their projects will be handled by the best specialists in their respective fields, applying the newest technology and solutions available to the industry. We are also the only company in Poland that utilizes digital restoration technology for post-production of new and upcoming projects. Thanks to our multi-faceted approach, we are able to handle the toughest assignments. Being the only company that works within the colour grading parameters of the ACES, we provide a full scope of post-production solutions in 4K resolution.


Film Compositing & VFX

Letko is a 2D animation studio specializing in the development, production and promotion of animated film projects. Founded in Warsaw in 2015 by people who want to combine their expertise in animation, film, design, and art, and aiming to create films and animated series with great aesthetic quality and distribution potential. The technology developed by its own team of animators and illustrators in both cut-out and 2D mixed with 3D techniques, is strongly rooted in the tradition of manual, hand-drawn animation. Developing film projects we are working with leading artists in the field, joining their ideas with our own production vision in order to create something very unique in the visual and narrative aspect.

The author Tove Jansson

The author Tove Jansson

The Moomins are created by the Finnish writer Tove Jansson. She was a remarkable personality – an author of nearly 30 books, a painter, and an artist of over 1500 comic strips, an illustrator and an honorary professor of philosophy. Tove’s notable body of work has earned her a vast international following – 50 awards and nominations. Her books have been translated into 40 languages.


Moomins are her most famous creation: the ugly creature she first drew on the wall of an outhouse, evolved into the family of friendly hippo-like trolls with fluffy tails. Tove captured them in 12 Moomin-related books, which she started to write during the Second World War. Those Moomins are loved around the world today, by children and adults alike. They live on in the books as well as on film, such as in the ’70-80’s puppet animation version in which Tove herself was artistically involved.



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