Moon Drake Anime Series brings the power of diversity into the spotlight. It presents real experiences and lessons that will impact lives and stir hearts toward goodness and light. Like these four stories that show us how Indigenous cultural wisdom empowers the environmental, human and spiritual challenges we all face.
Eamon & the Last Forest – European Continent, Ireland – addressing deforestation and human conflicts.
Waya & Two Wolves – N. American Continent, Cherokee Nation – addressing spiritual conflicts and endangered wildlife.
Arundhati’s Voice – Asian Continent, India – addressing human rights conflicts.
Koen & the Wandjina – Australian Continent, Tasmania – addressing spiritual conflicts and growth.
Children will love and embrace the characters, the animals and the simple answers through discovery and self-interaction in the storylines. We are so grateful for all who are helping to bring this beautiful production to the children of the world.
By Martin Nuza – Moon Drake is so grateful to have talented and creative writers working currently on Season ONE of this important series. As episodes are finished, we want to share their essence with you. So, most recently, Martin wrote a masterpiece for Episode 1.9, called “Arundhati’s Voice.”
While the environment creates difficult challenges for the earth, which we address in many episodes, the human condition, the spiritual health also creates challenges that must be faced.
Arundhati’s Voice, will truly lift and enlighten you and your children. It is built around the unique and charismatic culture of India (Asian Continent), and the plight of young girls and their freedoms.
While this is a sensitive issue, Martin has created a most beautiful story that teaches us, lets us cry, brings us joy, builds hope for reaching dreams and leaves us with the light of undying family love.
Watch for more episodes as the weeks progress. We are working very hard to bring these powerful and vital stories to the entire world.
Arundhati is a girl trapped between tradition and loyalty to her family. She must fight for her dream in order to be happy and choose her destiny. Sometimes at a price many girls cannot afford to pay in real life.