Toddler Time

Lost And Found At Toddler Time

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“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…”

We are very excited to welcome the wonderful Lost And Found back to Toddler Time from 27 January. Check dates and times at your local Picturehouse Cinema here.

Based on the international bestselling 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.

lostandfoundThis unique half-hour animated film features narration by the great Jim Broadbent and a beautiful score by composer Max Richter. Adapted from the original illustrations into stunning and heartwarming CGI animation, and 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 and cherished by all.


Twitter Competition – DVD Giveaway!

The lovely people at Entertainment One and Studio AKA are giving you the chance to own a copy of this beautiful film on DVD!

For your chance to win one of five DVDs, simply tweet your answer to this question:

What do the boy and penguin find floating out at sea?

Don’t forget to use the hashtag #LostAndFoundToddlerTime to be in with a chance to win. Good luck!

The competition starts at midday on 13 January 2017, and closes at 5.00pm on 6 February 2017. Winners will be picked at random and informed via Twitter by 5.00pm on 7 February 2017.
Terms and conditions apply.

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