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Following on from Gnomeo and Juliet - which put an animated spin on William Shakespeare's story of the star-crossed lovers - is this equally playful sequel. In this film, the garden gnomes move to London but, upon their arrival, their fellow ornaments disappear, and so they call on the help of famous detective Sherlock Gnomes and his assistant to solve the mystery.
Neil Gaiman's quirky short story is adapted for the big screen in How to Talk to Girls at Parties, which sees three boys in 1970s Croydon - where punk is at the peak of its popularity - stumble upon a group of alien space travellers which they mistakenly believe to be a strange cult; Family animation A Wizard's Tale follows the amazing adventures of Terry, a young boy living in a kingdom banished of happiness by evil wizard The Grump, who travels through his grandmother's imagination to restore smiles and laughs to the land.
In late 1970s Croydon, three friends stumble upon a bizarre alien cult during a night out in this oddball adaptation of a Neil Gaiman short story.
Age group16+ years
We look at the first film from Studio Ponoc, a charming animated adaptation of Mary Stewart's children's novel 'The Little Broomstick'.
Reading time 4 mins
Our new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - Disasters and Debate resource empowers secondary pupils to consider themes of environmental conservation and evolution.
Reading time 2 mins
Alison Goring - Second Assistant Director and new head of NFTS Scotland - details the varied skills necessary for becoming a successful 2nd Assistant Director.
Viewing time 3 mins
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