Fantasy country of Bayala is on danger. Only twin sisters Surah and Sera can save it.


Aina Järvine, Federico Milella (co-director)


Pamela Hickey (screenplay), Jeffrey Hylton (comedy punch up) | 4 more credits »





Credited cast:
Madison Mullahey Madison Mullahey ... Surah (voice)
Jessica Webb Jessica Webb ... Sera (voice)
Sara Petersen Sara Petersen ... Eyela (voice)
Marc Thompson Marc Thompson ... Falaroy (voice)
Gregory Max Gregory Max ... Jaro (voice)
Lisa Ortiz Lisa Ortiz ... Ophira (voice)
Rebecca Becker Rebecca Becker ... Nuray (voice)
Kathryn Cahill Kathryn Cahill ... Bilara (voice)
Louise White Louise White ... Feya (voice)
Vibe Jones Vibe Jones ... Ice Queen (voice)
Andrew Watts Andrew Watts ... Rainbow King (voice)
David Wills David Wills ... Forest King (voice)
Michael Kargus Michael Kargus ... Piuh (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Franciska Friede ... Eyela (voice)
Olivia Grace Manning ... Marween


The land of Bayala is a fantasy country full of fairies of diverse tribes (sun, forest, ice, rainbow and shadow) which magic depends entirely of the dragons. But one day Ophira, shadow fairies' queen, stolen all dragons' eggs to destroy the magic and leave Bayala absence of it, kidnapping too Princess Surah at child along several years, rising her with her cousin Princess Nuray, to the point to mutate her sun wings in shadow wings (just shadow fairies can fly at night). Discovering finally the truth, Surah tries to escape, being saved by male shadow fairy Jaro and the own Princess Nuray, escaping from shadow land to back sun land for meeting again her older sister Princess Eyela and her younger twin sister Princess Sera, warning them about Ophira's ambitions to rule Bayala. However, all changes when, in Eyela's coronation as queen of sun fairies, the young, clueless and adventurer Marween, taking it wrongly as a talking stone, finds a dragon egg and she gives it Eyela as present. It ... Written by Chockys

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Surah's Song
Written by Pascal Le Pennec
Lyrics by Dave Benjoya and Mike Moselle
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Beautifully made movie, Extremely amazing animations like pixar but mistitled

This movie is simply beautiful to watch. The quality of animation is amazing. It is sad that many people don't know about this, but this movie deserves the same recognition as frozen. If the story was a bit more emotional and well written as well as Titling it correctly would have made this a popular movie. There is literally less than 20 second screen time for the unicorn. The good Queen and the blonde princess are really beautifully created.

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4 August 2020 (USA) See more »

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The Fairy Princess & the Unicorn See more »


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