Irish Film: UK/Irish trailer for Two by Two – Ooops… The Ark Has Gone
Entertainment One has released a new Irish and UK trailer for the Irish Film BoardFís Éireann/Screen Ireland (FÉ/SI) is the national development agency for Irish filmmaking and the Irish film, television and animation industry. funded 3D animated feature Two by Two – Ooops… The Ark Has Gone, previously titled Ooops! Noah Is Gone….
The film centres on a fictional species known as Nestrians who after being denied space on Noah’s ark sneak on-board with some help. When two of the kids fall overboard they must learn to fend for themselves, while their parents frantically search for them.
Irish talent is represented throughout with music from Stephen McKeon, co-written by Richie Conroy, and featuring the voices of Paul Tylak, Patrick Fitzsymons, Alan Stanford, Dermot Magennis, Aileen Mythen, Ava Connolly, Callum Maloney, and Tara Flynn. Full sound post on the film was carried out at Ardmore Sound and Screen Scene.
Ulysses Filmproduktion and Moetion Films, makers of animated hit Niko, created the film, with co-production and funding coming from Fabrique d’Images, Grid Animation, supported by Filmfund Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, DFFF, FFA, Filmfund Luxembourg, Screenflanders, MEDIA i2i audiovisual, MEDIA development, and The Irish Film Board.
Two by Two – Ooops… The Ark Has Gone is out in Ireland on May 1st.
It’s the end of the world. A flood is coming. Luckily for Finny and his dad Dave, a couple of clumsy Nestrians, an Ark has been built and all animals are welcome… well almost all. Unfortunately for them, Nestrians are not on the list! But Dave has a plan, and Finny and he manage to sneak onto the Ark disguised as Grymps – much to the horror of real Grymps, Hazel and her daughter Leah.
However their troubles are just beginning as the two curious youngsters end up falling over board. Now Finny and Leah have to brave the elements in their quest to find higher ground while fighting off hungry predators and making unlikely friends. Meanwhile on board the Ark the parents must set aside their differences and hatch a plan to turn the boat around and make it back in time to rescue their kids.