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Disney Pixar brings you the magical, mythical world of the Scottish Highlands. Rebellious Princess Merida doesn’t see why she needs to get married, but her mother insists it is her destiny. As the Scottish clans gather to offer up their best men to compete for Merida’s hand in marriage, she decides to take her fate into her own hands. With the help of a strange witch, she unleashes a spell to change her mother’s mind - but instead stirs up an ancient, beastly legend. Bringing the beauty of the Scottish Highlands to life and telling the cautionary tale of being careful what you wish for, this is fairytale animation at its best.
A film guide that looks at Brave (2012), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A cross-curricular resource that explores primary pupils' skill sets and applies them to a range of film industry careers.
This original fantasy movie is an interesting mix of strange old myths and tough present day life on the Isle of Skye.
7–11 years 87 mins
Extraordinary, Oscar-winning fantasy animated film from Japan following the down-the-rabbit-hole adventures of a young girl named Chihiro.
7+ years 125 mins
A likeable family movie set in the early 1940s, when World War II is raging and in a remote corner of Scotland, young Angus finds a mysterious egg...
7–16 years 107 mins
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We take a look at Moana, Disney's latest animation that puts cultural sensitivity and a strong female hero at its heart.
Reading time 8 mins
We take a look at new French-Danish animation Long Way North, and explore how on screen heroines break the mould.
Reading time 7 mins
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In celebration of International Women's Day a list of great films for Primary and Secondary ages directed by women
Suitable forAll ages
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