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Dory is a happy blue-tang fish living in the ocean with her friends Marlin and Nemo, working as a teaching assistant. Dory also has short-term memory loss, meaning she tends to forget events seconds after they took place. As a young fish, her parents were lost and now Dory wants to set out on a quest to find them. Her adventure involves reuniting with lots of old pals, as well as a few new ones, not least Hank, the chameleonic – but rather grumpy! – octopus. The mission takes Dory into the Marine Life Institute, an aquarium for diverse ocean species, where her parents just might be found. Set one year after Finding Nemo, this sequel is just as inventive and charming, sensitively discussing issues around disability, adoption and the rehabilitation of troubled creatures.
A film guide that looks at Finding Dory (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Loosely based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson, this Disney classic features a dose of comedy and classic songs under the sea.
5–11 years 85 mins
A small, rather hopeless looking robot is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess left by humans, in this wonderful Pixar animation.
All ages 98 mins
The colourful world of the tropical sea is captured in all its glory in this moving and funny story of a lost fish.
All ages 96 mins
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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
Find out what it's like to create the voices of Dory and Nemo!
Viewing time 3 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
For young people with Special Educational Needs, visiting the cinema can be challenging, here we highlight some of the best ways to engage with cinema.
Reading time 3 mins
With Finding Dory's release, we look at how Pixar bring characters with disabilities to the surface, as they face their trickiest animation challenge yet.
Reading time 8 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
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