Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Buster Moon is an optimistic koala who has been enchanted by the stage since he was a kid – but as an adult in charge of his own theatre, it’s getting harder and harder to make his shows successful. To draw in the crowds, Buster puts on a talent contest advertising a cash prize – which accidentally becomes much bigger than he can afford. Unwilling to give in to this setback, Buster goes ahead with the competition, and hundreds of animals queue up to audition. Making his final shortlist are put-upon housewife Rosita, soulful gorilla Johnny who’s afraid of disappointing his gangster dad, overlooked punky porcupine Ash, smooth operator Mike the mouse, and stagefright-stricken elephant Meena. For all these creatures, taking the stage is their dream come true – but how will they react when they discover the truth about Buster’s grand prize?
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the Let's Play strand of the festival.
Max’s cosy home life is threatened when his beloved owner Katie brings home Duke, a new rescue dog.
5–11 years 91 mins
Hugely inventive animated adventure about a rookie bunny cop teaming up with a wily fox to solve a set of mysterious disappearances.
7–14 years 108 mins
Musical comedy, in which a Muppet superfan has to bring the old gang back together to stop a greedy oil salesman demolishing their precious studio.
5–14 years 99 mins
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Our reporter Imoleayo was on the red carpet of the 2017 Children's BAFTAs to find out why animation and children's cinema is so important and celebrated.
Viewing time 6 mins
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