"What is a Boy to do when a Penguin turns up at his door? Find out where it came from of course and return it. Even if it means rowing to the South Pole…"
Based on the international best-selling picture book by OLIVER JEFFERS, this BAFTA winning film from STUDIO AKA, tells the story of a little Boy who one day finds a Penguin on his doorstep. Although at first he is unsure what to do, the Boy becomes determined to help the Penguin find his way back home... Even if that means rowing all the way to the South Pole! This unique half-hour animated film features both narration by the great JIM BROADBENT & a beautiful score by composer MAX RICHTER. Adapted from the original illustrations into stunning and heart-warming CGI animation - & featuring brand new artwork from Oliver Jeffers himself - this extended telling of a classic story celebrating the value of friendship, is certain to be enjoyed & cherished by all. Along with its BAFTA Children's film award (UK); LOST AND FOUND has won an incredible 61 international film awards, including accolades from: The Chicago Children's Film Festival (USA), The New York Int. Children's Film Festival (USA), The Ottawa Int. Animation Festival (CANADA), Melbourne Int. Animation Festival (AUSTRALIA), The Sapporo Short Film Festival (JAPAN), The Annecy Crystal for Best TV Special (FRANCE) and many, many others.
HEY DUGGEE- a place for children (and their parents) to have fun, be energetic, and most of all to DO THINGS!
The show is based around a children’s playgroup called The Squirrel Club. Its run by a big dog called DUGGEE. The Squirrel Club is a place where kids have adventures and earn badges for their accomplishments.
There are five children who go to the Squirrel club. HAPPY, NORRIE,TAG, BETTY & ROLY. Their parents drop them off every day and they spend a couple of hours having fun and adventures with DUGGEE, in his clubhouse, and outside in his fantastical world before being picked up again at the end of the show.
It’s all about doing things, and DUGGEE likes to do a lot, and go to lots of places.
Everything’s Rosie is an animated series for toddlers created by Victoria Corner for V&S Entertainment Ltd. It follows the adventures of a little girl named Rosie and her friends Will, Holly, Big Bear, Oakley the ancient oak tree and Raggles the rabbit.
This programme features the episodes Around The World In A Day and When You Wish Upon A Oak.
Bandulu's fretting because of noisy likkle mice, Spike's worried by the silence and Da Easy Crew need to discover who's blocked off the beach in this latest instalment of Rastamouse episodes.
Featuring episodes: School of Rock, Pump Up Da Volume and Da Last Resort
Author Michael De Souza says of his creation, “Rastamouse has a positive message for young children, promoting the need to understand what is right from what is wrong, and why, in a meaningful context.”
If you want to have more fun when you get home from the cinema, go to www.rastamouse.com to find out all about the nation’s favourite reggae-playing mouse, play games or just listen to Da Easy Crew’s crucial tunes. Rastamouse and Da Easy Crew also want to hear all about how you made a bad ting good – so send any pictures or stories in to them at email@example.com.
“Through understanding, love an' respect; Rastamouse will always make a bad thing good.”
Our favourite little green tractor, Tractor Ted, is back on the Big Screen with Picturehouse Cinemas
Farmer Tom is busy on the farm. Watch as he drives his big tractor through the river to get to the cows and get to see some of the animals who call the river their home from the otters who are brilliant swimmers to the shy water voles. Sing along with the massive crane while it sets up the floating platform and lifts a digger high into the air.
40 minute duration.