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Animation, Family, Short Films
A brave, young monster hunts for the legendary Big Bad Mouse in this charming and witty animated sequel to the Oscar-nominated short The Gruffalo. Though her dad’s warned her about going into the deep, dark wood, the young Gruffalo is determined not to be frightened - even when tracks in the snow lead her to a trio of creatures she’s never seen before. The snake, owl, and fox add to the worrying description of the elusive rodent, making her surprised that the mouse she actually encounters is snack-sized, rather than scary! Yet despite being tiny, the furry fella’s got a clever trick up his sleeve that will teach the Gruffalo’s Child an amusing lesson, and save him from her tummy.
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Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the Let's Play strand of the festival.
A bank of cross-curricular activities and technical guidance to support the Into Film Storymaker: The Gruffalo Edition app.
Charming animated tale about a young boy who finds a lost penguin on his doorstep and decides to row him home to the South Pole.
5–11 years 24 mins
Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter, this is a slick and charismatic animation of a classic tale with a remarkable cast of voices.
5–11 years 27 mins
A magical, moving Christmas favourite based on the much-loved children's book about a boy who builds a snowman which comes to life.
5–11 years 26 mins
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The Scottish Scriever is tasked with promoting and preserving the Scots language. Here, MacDonald recounts his love of film and his experiences with Into Film.
Reading time 7 mins
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