The Last Dragonslayer

Synopsis: In a fantasy world where magic is being superseded by technology, an orphaned teen discovers her destiny to become a dragonslayer.
Director(s): Jamie Magnus Stone
  1 nomination.
101 min


Open up, in the name of

His Royal Wondrousness, King Snodd!

Alright, guv...

Blow, blow, blow on snow.

My wish will come tomorrow!

I want a bear.

Now you, Jennifer.

Snow-wishes are for babies.

Gimme a break. I'm only seven.

All right, Tiger.

I wish that none of us

are sent to the Troll Wars.

Oh, I... I wish for that as well.


Then you should behave yourself.

Next time someone picks you,

don't steal their cakes.

You don't think

they will come after me?

Er, Happy Festivus, Mr Brittles.

I bring a gift for the orphans from

His Royal Wondrousness, King Snodd.

How kind.

The children will write

and thank him.

Well, goodnight then.

Our business is not concluded.

Track him down

and ask him in person myself...

Every child in my orphanage

is of exemplary character!

- Lies!

That is absolutely not proven!

Rejected orphans belong to the King!

Now listen up,

all you horrible, parentless, unloved

and rejected little things!

One of you ate cakes

that did not belong to you.

That child now belongs to the King.

Which one of you was it?


You'll learn discipline

on the battlefront fighting trolls!

Was it you?

What's your name?

G... G... G... Gordon.

G... G... G... Gordon.

Which child ate cake, Gordon?

I want an answer

or I'll take every child in here!

Five! Four! Three!

Was it you, boy?

Say it! Say it!

It was me.

Errant girl. Come to Mr Brittles.

Come on then.

Yes. I can see it in you.

Something that

hasn't been broken in.

But they'll fix that.

No! No! No! She's lying!

It was me!

Shut up, Tiger. Lie down.

He'll take you both... Lie down.

No! I ate the cake. I did! Me!

Bring her!

Jennifer! Jennifer!

Please, Mr Brittles. Jennifer is...

Mine. She's mine. One more word

and I'll take them all, I swear it.


Come on!

Wait 'til you get to the Troll Wars.

Minus 50 degrees in summer.

Your tears freeze

on your cheekbones.

Good evening.

I've come to select an orphan

for, er... indentured servitude.

Talk to the old hag.

Well, as it happens,

I'm rather keen on the girl

that you are about to put

in that cage.

Too bad. She belongs to the King.

She looks cold.

You ought to provide her with a coat.

Lock her in. Let's get going.

To cage a 12-year-old girl,

it's... it's unpleasant.

But to deny her a coat

is downright cruel.

Oh... I'll take that as a compliment.

Jennifer deserves better,

don't you think?

Remind me, Miss Strange.

What was it that your friend

made his, erm, snow-wish for?

He wished for a bear.

A bear?

Polar or grizzly?

Brown bear or black'?

Magic requires precision!

Erm... Polar!

One final thing, Mr Brittles.

I've made you into a bear. Sorry.

But now I will make you into

a gentleman.

Offer the lady your coat.

Oh, come, come...

There we go.

Oh yes... Good.

What's going to happen to me?

I am the Great Zambini

and you, Miss Strange,

will be my new assistant.

Where are we going?

You'll see. You'll see.

These magical barrier stones...

prevent humans

from entering the Dragonlands.

What's inside them?

Dragons. Look!

They are the soul of magic, Jennifer.

But they're dying out.

This is my life's work.

We must do something to help them.

Will you assist me

in my endeavours, Miss Strange?

Oh good.


And more of those, thank you.

Welcome to Gazam,

an employment agency for sorcerers.

The last of its kind

in the Kingdom of Hereford.

I employ two full-time practitioners.

The wizard Moobin

and the venerable Lady Mawgon.

They are both rather odd

but then they're wizards,

so it's to be expected.

Welcome aboard, Jennifer.

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