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British Council Shorts 2014 - Primary

British Council Shorts 2014 - Primary
British Council Shorts 2014 - Primary

Year

2014

Duration

58 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Coming of Age, Musicals, Period and Historical, Romance, Short Films, Silent

Language

English / No Dialogue

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Synopsis

A selection of ten new British short films suitable for Primary ages. Featuring a weedy gladiator scared of battle, a sausage seller, a great white bear, pirates, the sun, space and the first woman to design an aeroplane, this is an exciting mix of short stories brought to life through animation, music, poetry and comedy and including two films made by young people. Films in the programme are: Sausage (Animation, Dir Robert Grieves) High Above the Sky (Animation, Dir Mew Lab) Winter Trees (Animation, Dir Karni and Soul) Miss Todd (Animation, Dir Michele Chiappa) Hannah and the Moon (Animation, Dir Kate Charter) The Pirates of Rabbit Doll Island (Animation, Dir Big Voice) Blood of the Bear (Animation, Dir Lottie Kingslake) Boudica: A Norfolk Tale (Animation, Dir Emma Calder ) The Sun (Animation, Dir Paul Hill) Minimus (Live Action, Dir Jonathan Hopkins)

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This programme has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 7-11. Some of the films feature mild peril and threat.

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