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Cherished French animator Michel Ocelot returns to his popular series of Kirikou films with yet another dazzling animated film that’s a striking alternative to so many contemporary animated movies. In keeping with his other fairy-tale inspired films this new film tells the further adventures of his hero, Kirikou, in his village in Africa, as this inventive and resourceful child helps his fellow villagers overcome a number of difficulties. Kirikou’s kindness and energy win out every time. The visual style of the film is quite beautiful and the story’s focus on the relationship between a child and their community makes for essential viewing.
This resource uses film to explore body image issues with primary students.
A resource to inspire and structure debate amongst children and young people.
A resource to support pupils to engage with French cinema to develop language, literacy and cultural appreciation.
Parliament Week resources for primary and secondary teachers or club leaders.
A beautiful animation about an unlikely friendship between a big clown bear and a clever orphan mouse, from the makers of A Town Called Panic!
5–11 years 77 mins
Magical, memorable Soviet film based on a Russian folk tale about a boastful boy who's turned into a bear after trying to impress a beautiful girl.
5–11 years 82 mins
Animation based on a traditional African tale about a headstrong baby whose cleverness is a match for the wicked sorceress that threatens his village.
5–11 years 70 mins
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We look at how LAIKA's Kubo and the Two Strings recreates an authentic-yet-fantastic ancient Japan, whilst pushing the boundaries of stop-motion animation.
Reading time 7 mins
Our latest review writing competition asks young people to review films that highlight and celebrate different forms of storytelling from around the world.
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
A selection of films celebrating diversity and multiculturalism, at home and abroad.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films24
A film list that explores films to support MFL language learning, focusing on French, Spanish and German language films.
No. of films32
Films for Primary and Secondary that celebrate identity and teach the importance of belonging and inclusion.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
A film list that explores how interpretation and translation are represented in film.
No. of films20
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