Dragon Hill

In the tradition of How to Train your Dragon and from award-winning director Angel Izquierdo – director of such classic cartoon series The Flintstones , Tom & Jerry , and The Pink Panther comes an animated feature-length film for the whole family to enjoy. Winner of the GOYA AWARD (Spain’s Academy Award) for Best Animated Film. Dragon Hill is a fantastic and magical world where all dragons live and is protected by four gates: Fire, Water, Earth, and Air. Only Ethelbert, the wise guardian dragon, holds the key and knows the secret to traveling between the dragon and the human worlds. And from time to time people of different ages and centuries arrive at Dragon Hill for different reasons. One such person is the evil wizard Septimus, who Ethelbert has held prisoner at Dragon Hill to prevent his return to the human world and continue his scheming ways. But now Septimus has discovered a way to escape and he ll need the help of a young innocent boy, Kevin, to complete his plan. But Kevin is not alone and with the great help of Elfy, his dragon friend, and Maud, a scientist from the 21st century, they plan to thwart the evil wizard’s escape. Dragon Hill, an English language, feature film, is suitable for all ages.

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  • In the tradition of How to Train your Dragon and from award-winning director Angel Izquierdo
  • director of such classic cartoon series The Flintstones , Tom & Jerry , and The Pink Panther comes an animated feature-length film for the whole family to enjoy. Winner of the GOYA AWARD (Spain’s Academy Award) for Best Animated Film
  • Dragon Hill is a fantastic and magical world where all dragons live and is protected by four gates: Fire, Water, Earth, and Air.
  • Only Ethelbert, the wise guardian dragon, holds the key and knows the secret to traveling between the dragon and the human worlds
  • And from time to time people of different ages and centuries arrive at Dragon Hill for different reasons.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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