Fairy King Of Ar
Since they were babies, 12-year-old Kyle and 9-year-old Evie Preston (played by Jameson Baltes and Brittney Bomann respectively) have been told stories by their grandmother about battling giants who trapped the last of the world's fairies underground many thousands of years ago.
When their grandmother dies, Kyle and Evie inherit an old gold mine and a family house that they didn't even know existed. Arriving at the house on the Isle of Man, the children quickly discover that the old lady's tales of fairies and fireflies weren't stories after all and that if the fairies are not freed from the dangerous depths of the gloomy mine soon, they will be lost from the world forever.
As they struggle to open the mine, the children discover that their father, Rob Preston, is dying of a terminal illness. With increasing desperation, the children and their mother work to free the fairies in the hope that they will be able to cure Rob with fairy magic. The physical and emotional struggle to open the mine and free the fairies, mirrors the family's attempts to come to terms with Rob's illness.
Amazingly, however, they are hampered by the hostility and prejudices of the local community, particularly from Ian the caretaker.
The film is a story of prejudice, hope and perseverance, with the fairies and goblins created by stunning computer animation and effects that interact well with the live performances. It truly is a 'magical' fairy story for family audiences and will be loved by children of all ages.