Starting Stories

Starting Stories
Starting Stories




29 minutes


Animation, Short Films



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This imaginative collection of five short animations is designed to help the youngest film clubbers become fluent in the language of film. Baboon on the Moon may possibly prove a favourite. It's an affecting animation packed with incidental detail in the best tradition of children's picture books and it has proved a significant prompt for children’s speaking and listening, writing and, crucially, their enthusiasm for animation and filmmaking of their own. In a similar vein; Little Wolf includes lots of laughs, while Lucky Dip contains several twists which will challenge your film club's feelings for the characters.

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This film programme has not been classified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest the films are engaging for ages 5 - 11.

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