The classic stop motion comedy series, created by English filmmaker Nick Park, focus on Wallace, a bumbling inventor and cheese lover, and Gromit, his brilliant canine companion. The films are typically quite a lot of fun for the whole family.
Screenings this weekend are Friday (May 31) and Saturday (June 1), 4pm at the Museum of Islamic Art Auditorium, at a cost of QR35 per person. Each showing will include three 30-minute Wallace and Gromit shorts.
Earlier features of the DFI UK Cinema Showcase include Ken Loach’s 1969 feature “Kes” and the Palme d’Or-winning “Secrets and Lies”, while the space monsters film “Attack the Block” screened just yesterday.
Next on the lineup: “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”, coming June 27.
Who’s been, who’s going?