Pupils from Long Sutton Primary School starred in a movie and enjoyed the red carpet treatment at its world premiere.
Wishful Thinking features 25 youngsters, who worked alongside their teacher, Kei Bailey, and film maker Simon Harris.
The short film had its glittering premiere at the school on Wednesday night when parents were among invited guests.
School business manager Tracey Roscher said: “Wishful Thinking is about a group of children at a primary school who find an old bottle containing a demon who can make all of their wishes come true.
“At first the children think it’s amazing that all of their wildest dreams come true but, eventually, they start to squabble and things spiral out of control.
“There are some fantastic special effects so characters can be shrunk, or exported to exotic locations or turned into random objects like an apple.”
The school hopes to enter the film into a competition and more movies are planned.
Mr Harris said: “I was overwhelmed by the children’s commitment and talent during the filming.”