Come to a special place - a world where Candy grows on trees and where a Vimto river flows into a Vimto lake.
It's called Candyland - and over the course of their art week, GCSE students at Milton Abbey School in Dorset have brought this world to life - with brightly coloured flowers swaying in the breeze, deer leaping across the grass - and a new superhero - the Candyland man.
But all is not well in this world of sweetness and harmony.
A dark wizard is threatening to exterminate the Candy and drain the lake.
Time for the Candyland man to come to the rescue in this tale of good against evil.
The film is a stopmotion animation - made in the traditional way with drawings moved one frame at a time - but using video cameras and computers to capture them.
We've borrowed the AF technique of dialog animation from the Hanna Barbera cartoon studios, to make our characters speak their lines with just six different mouth shapes - and we've used classic walk cycle animation, developed by Walter Foster and others, to make our characters walk as realistically as possible.
Students pitched three different story ideas to each other at the start of the week. They chose Candyland which they then workshopped into a story, wrote the lines and filmed and recorded each other saying them. Video clips were then used to rotoscope the real mouths onto the drawn ones - and a new world emerged....