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The city of Zootopia has long been one where animals of all shapes and sizes have lived in harmony together. But when rabbit Judy Hopps joins the police force, she quickly realises that maintaining law and order on these streets is not as easy as it seems. When an otter goes missing in mysterious circumstances, Judy jumps at the opportunity to prove herself and help make a difference. Her suspicion quickly falls on wily fox Nick Wilde, a fugitive on the run. But things get really hairy when they each discover that they are the targets of a larger conspiracy, forcing the unlikely pair to team up and gradually discover that even natural enemies can become best friends. This really wild adventure combines all of Disney’s stunning animation, memorable characters and heartfelt messages into one hilarious and colourful treat.
Help your students learn all about what makes the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up films so thrilling and chilling!
A film guide that looks at Phantom Boy (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside an Into Film Festival screening from the See It, Be It strand.
An internet safety resource to help young people to understand the dangers of malwares.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the Thriller strand of the festival.
Sci-fi action adventure lead by an inquisitive teenage girl and a former boy-genius in a race against time to save our future.
11+ years 130 mins
The world of live-action and cartoons meet to great effect in this hilarious, film noir-inspired comedy.
11+ years 99 mins
Disney dazzles with this inventive comedy that imagines what would happen if arcade game characters could come to life and go game-hopping after dark.
7–16 years 97 mins
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We look at colourful new animation Rock Dog, and the way it encourages young people to harness the power of their individual creativity.
Reading time 5 mins
We explore new animated film Sing, and the way it celebrates the value of creativity and the thrill of 'daring to do'.
Reading time 6 mins
In our Autumn Preview, we're taking a look at some of the fantastic films that are still to hit cinemas in 2016 - from stellar sci-fi to sublime animation.
Reading time 4 mins
Young reporter Laura was at the 50th BAFTA awards, speaking to some of the biggest names in animation - from LAIKA to Pixar - about why film matters to them.
Viewing time 4 mins
After a bumper year of cinema, our Film Programming Assistant Michael runs you through the highlights, before revealing the whole team's Top 5 of 2016.
Reading time 10 mins
Film club leader Grace reminisces on her first cinema experience and recommends her favourite childhood films for a new generation.
Reading time 3 mins
Disney’s brave new world of Zootropolis hops onto our screens with an important message about acceptance.
Reading time 8 mins
We speak to educators from Greenside Primary, London, on their decision to have all academic activity take place through a prism of film and filmmaking.
Viewing time 9 mins
We pick some film club favourites from this year's BAFTA nominated films, many of which we explored with great articles and interviews over the past year.
Reading time 5 mins
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 showcases female representation both in front of and behind the camera.
No. of films18
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