Our second poster for Moon Drake Season 1 is for the South American Continent. As a writer, I was humbled to partner with Martin Nuza as we wrote the dynamic stories for South America.
Episode 11, Andrea & the Carpayo Campaign from Peru, by Martin Nuza, focuses on ocean pollution. This is a transformative story about an Earth Hero, Andrea, who sees an environmental challenge in her town, and she rises up to meet it head-on. She has a plan to change the world and help heal the Earth.
Episode 6, Rakesh & the Rain Dancer from Suriname, addresses the use of illegal gillnets. It was a wonderful experience writing this story and consulting with our amazing sister, Monique Wijngaarde, who has a direct connection to Suriname. Rakesh has a dream to be a skin diver, but he has no idea where his inexperience will take him or how he will answer the call to free the dolphins.
What a magnificent journey we walk with a dynamic animation and production team! Moon Drake is blessed to have some of the best people in the industry to support its clearly defined mission – to help the world become a better place.
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 – When it comes to the environment and protecting the earth – the old adage is certainly true – “A few committed citizens can change the world!” This is the premise for Moon Drake’s episode 1.11 by Martin Nuza, “Andrea & the Carpayo Campaign.”
Martin has created yet another masterpiece that is filled with wisdom and human success. It draws together the dreams of children and shows how they can reach them, even at a young age. The conflict is based on ocean and beach pollution that is seen on many shores.
Andrea, a charismatic and determined 13-year-old girl has a dream for her town and she puts it into action! The story is the most magnificent tale of an Earth Hero and it will ignite the hearts of children, and also adults!
Thank you, dear Martin, for your amazing gift of storytelling and the insight you have for the purpose and passion of the Moon Drake series! We are all so very grateful for you!
There are only two episodes of Season 1 still to be completed. The project animators are working toward creating a dynamic teaser reel and we will begin our quest for voiceover actors very soon. There will be more on that in the coming weeks.