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Visited by the witch next door, a baker and his wife are told they can break the spell they are under that means they will never have children if they bring her: a cow as white as milk; a cape as red as blood; hair as yellow as corn; and a slipper as pure as gold. In a whirlwind of musical and gothic fantasy, they venture into the woods to find them stumbling across Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Jack and the Beanstalk on the way. An adaptation of a Stephen Sondheim stage play, the film is wonderfully true to the gruesomeness of the Brother’s Grimm tales while adding dark humour, cheekiness and its own shocking twist ending.
A film guide that looks at Beauty and the Beast (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Into The Woods (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Terry Gilliam's trademark visual magic follows the Brothers Grimm conning they way across Germany, until a real witch puts them to the test.
11–16 years 114 mins
A series of bizarre and unforgettable adventures in this much-loved adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic story.
5–11 years 73 mins
The Princess Bride takes apart the traditional damsel-in-distress story and puts it back together again. A classic for children of all ages.
7+ years 94 mins
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Reading time 3 mins
A selection of films which explore the many worlds of fairy tales, from early interpretations to modern-day innovations.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
A selection of films which explore loss and the grieving process in all its forms, from kitchen-sink dramas to animated folktales.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films15
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