September Film just released the first trailer for Tom Felton’s film “The Forgotten Battle” (Slag om de Schelde).
The film will be released in cinemas in the Netherlands on 17th December 2020.
(we reported here)
Tom Felton’s film “The Forgotten Battle” (Slag om de Schelde) will be released in cinemas in the Netherlands on 17th December 2020.
A dutch movie about three young people: a British glider pilot, a Dutch boy fighting on the German side and a Dutch female resistance member; set around the Battle of the Scheldt. Their choices differ, their goal is the same: freedom. (we reported here last year – the English working title was called “Battle of the Scheldt“)
November 1944. The Allies are stalled in Belgium. Winter is coming. In the Southwest of the Netherlands, tens of thousands of Allied and German soldiers are engaged in The Battle of the Scheldt, for control over supply lines. A Dutchman conscripted into the Wehrmacht, a British glider pilot, and a local girl with the underground resistance cross paths. They each face fundamental choices which will have consequences for their own lives, and for Europe’s freedom.
Tom plays Tony Turner.
Tom Felton & David Holmes will do a Harry Potter ONLINE quiz on
29th November 2020!
The Quiz is a private Zoom event and will be hosted by Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) and David Holmes (Harry Potter Stunt Double) and the amazing team captains are:
James Phelps (Fred Weasley), Oliver Phelps (George Weasley), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley), Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Matt Lewis (Neville Longbottom).
Six lucky winners will join them at 7pm (GMT) on 29th November for this exciting, unique event all themed around your favourite wizardry and featuring lots of magical clips and tricky challenges! You can enter from anywhere in the world and compete with your family, friends or solo, your team just has to be in one location. You will be allocated one of our fabulous captains to help you fight it out on the night!
Please make sure you will be available on the 29th November before entering.
The money raised would be split between the charities, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH), Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Charity (EHAAT) and Marie Curie.