Two lolas for magical animals!
The German Film Award for the most popular movie and for the best visual effects goes to Magical Animal School!
School of Magical Animals attracted more than 1.7 million viewers to German cinemas. That success has now been crowned with two Lolas Awards: At the 2022 German Film Awards on Friday in Berlin, School of Magical Animals was awarded awards for the most visited film and for the best visual effects!
The magical adventure continues: Part Two is already directed by Sven Unterwaldt Foolish. School of Magical Animals 2 will hit theaters on September 29, 2022!
The movie based on Margit Auer’s hit book series School of Magical Animals is a great fun and fast-paced adventure for kids and the whole family!
Ida must move. Far from her home, school, and most of all: far from her friends. She is having a rough time in her new chapter. One day, the class teacher, Miss Kornfield, announces that soon every child in the class will have a magical animal companion. Ironically, strangers Ida and Penny are the first to greet their new buddies, who will become lifelong friends. Ida nicknames the Fox Garter, Benny the Turtle, Henrietta. Not only can magical animals talk, they each have their own character. While the Henrietta is a bit slow but 200 years old and very wise, the Rabbat is just as smart as he is clever. Suddenly, Ribat has made Ida a class star and everyone wants to be friends with her. On the other hand, Benny remains an outsider. But at least he can skate with Henrietta and share his passion for pirates. There is more excitement at school: things keep disappearing, the school robber is about to get hurt! Unbridled suspicions spread and the exciting search for the culprit begins.
Since October 14, 2021, the children’s and youth book series DIE SCHULE DER MAGISCHEN ANEI, which has sold more than 8 million books in Germany alone and has been translated into 26 languages, can be seen on the big screen. The sequel hits cinemas on September 29, 2022. Director Gregor Schnitzler has brought the entire family’s first cinematic adventure based on the incredible stories of author Margit Orr. The main roles are Emilia Mayer, Leonard Conrads, Loris Sicherovsky, Nadia Uhl (Tim Thaler or Sold Out), Justus von Dhnani (publisher), Heiko Pinkowski (The Most Beautiful Girl in the World), Stefan Luca (Da Most Man through), Marilyn Lohsey (Red Bands – How It All Began) and Milan Bischel (Jim Knopf and Lukas Motor Driver). Max von der Groeben (LINDBERG! MACH YOUR THING), Katharina Thalbach (HANNI & NANNI: More Than Best Friends), and Sophie Rois (BURG SCHRECKENSTEIN) give their voices to magical animals. Sasha sings the main song.
The School of Magical Animals was produced by Kordes & Kordes Film Süd, in co-production with Leonen Studios, Weiga Film Vienna, and Clever Productions. Funded by the Media and Film Society Baden-Württemberg (MFG), FilmFernsehFonds Bayern (FFF), Filmförderungsanstalt (FFA), Medienboard and the Film- und Medienstiftung NRW, Austrian Film Institute, Filmfonds Vienna and FISA.
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