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Drama, Family, Musicals, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy
In 18th century France a vain prince is cursed by a witch when he refuses her shelter because of her appearance. Trapped within the body of a beast, and with his household staff transformed into objects, the prince’s only hope for salvation is to find someone who will love him despite his monstrous form. Meanwhile Belle, a book-loving young woman living in a small village yearns for broader horizons. When her beloved father gets lost and accidentally ends up a prisoner in the Beast’s castle, Belle selflessly offers herself in his place – and unwittingly opens up an opportunity to change her life, and perhaps the Beast’s destiny too. This charming retelling of the traditional tale adds more back story to the well-known characters, and some new songs alongside the beloved classics.
A film guide that looks at Beauty and the Beast (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the No Borders, No Boundaries strand of the festival.
Inventive and magical French version of the Beauty and The Beast fairy tale, with effects that must be seen to be believed.
7+ years 99 mins
Charlotte Bronte's much-filmed 1847 novel is reinvigorated for a new generation in this brooding period romance.
11+ years 118 mins
Animated classic which proves yet again that true beauty lies not in a person's appearance, but what is in their heart.
5–14 years 88 mins
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