A charming fable about migration and the meaning of home.

11-year old Igor moves from Russia to Israel when his mother, a divorcee, gets a new job. Unsettled by his new situation, Igor feels abandoned by his father, an ornithologist, who is following the migration of cranes from Russia to Africa.

Every year, thousands of cranes visit Israel on their perilous journey south meanwhile Igor and his father are reunited in their search for Karl, a crane they started tracking as a hatchling.

A touching fable, Igor & The Cranes’ Journey addresses the plight of children in divorced families, the struggles faced by migrants and, ultimately, our adaptability to change.