The Resource Center and Kiwanis International of Jamestown are sponsoring a Sensory Friendly screening of the 2005 family film, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit on Saturday, October 3 at 2pm. In the Saturday screening, lights will be turned up and the sound will be turned down for the comfort of patrons with sensitivity issues. The film will be shown again as a family matinee on Sunday, October 4 at 2pm. Admission for each screening is $5.
The plucky characters from a series of animated shorts, Wallace (Peter Sallis) and his dog, Gromit, make their feature debut here. After starting a pest control business, the duo soon lands a job from the alluring Lady Tottington (Helena Bonham Carter) to stop a giant rabbit from destroying the town’s crops. Both Wallace and the stuffy Victor (Ralph Fiennes) vie for the lady’s affections. If Wallace wants to please his pretty client, and best Victor, he needs to capture that pesky bunny. Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is rated G and is 95 minutes long.