‘When Santa Fell to Earth” is available to own on DVD now. Order your copy now Running time 107 mins, certificate U.
“Good old-fashioned family fun.” EMPIRE *** “Fizzy, good humoured and lots of fun. Well worth watching with your family.” CLOSE UP FILM “I would rate this film 4* because it is an entertaining film.” Stephanie, FILMCLUB reviewer Audience comments following the Barbican Special Preview at the Framed Film Festival. “I really liked it because [...]
Advance screenings of ‘When Santa Fell to Earth’ take place at Showcase Cinemas this Sunday, November 25th @ 11am (with the exception of Cinema de Lux Derby and Cinema de Lux Bristol). If you are a Showcase ‘Insider’ you will be able to purchase your cinema ticket at the box office for just £5 and take one child [...]
A fantastic When Santa Fell to Earth FREE iPad game app has just been launched that will delight you and your children. The game, rated 4+, will get you in the Christmassy mood while testing your skills. When Santa Fell to Earth – Freefall World Record Attempt sets the challenge of helping Santa break the world freefall record [...]
Film director Oliver Dieckmann will be introducing a special preview of the festive family feature, When Santa Fell to Earth at the Framed Film Festival – a new annual children’s film festival bringing cinema to a new generation, taking place at the Barbican Centre in London this November. Dieckmann said “British films and British filmmakers [...]
A special preview of When Santa Fell to Earth played at the Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People in Belfast on October 6th to an eager audience. It goes on general release in the UK and Ireland from December 7. The film is based on the novel of the same name by [...]
“One night, when I still lived in Hamburg, I looked out my window and there it was: a wooden trailer van – the kind that is used by construction workers and reminds you of gypsies and circus vans. Nothing suspicious, except for the fact that there was a light behind the window. It started snowing [...]
“A writer is always nervous when a character comes to life on the screen who is especially close to one’s heart. Sometimes I have been especially lucky, as with Paul Bettany becoming Dustfinger (Inkheart) or with Aaron Johnson playing Prosper (The Thief Lord). Alexander Scheer who made Niklas Goodfellow come alive on a screen is [...]