Last night I watched the movie Matilda, which I really liked, and I decided to write a few sentences about it in Latin. I was attempting to write a sentence involving a relative clause, when I became a little unsure of myself. I wanted to know, is my word order correct in the sentence below?
Est pictura movens de puella intelligente quae amantem familiam vult.
(You'll notice that I use picturam moventem for movie, which is a suggestion I found on Reddit.)
If it's not too much for one post, I have one more question. I wanted to say the movie is called Matilda. Would this be a correct way of saying it?
Picturae moventi nomen est Matilda.
What would be some other ways of saying it?
I appreciate any feedback. Thanks!