Into Film Clubs
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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy
In a not-too-distant dystopian future, an outbreak of ‘dog flu’ has caused havoc in Japan, leading to all dogs being quarantined on a deserted island full of rubbish, citing fears of the effect on the human population. When 12 year-old Atari’s dog goes missing, he secretly travels there to try and locate his beloved companion, enlisting the help of a motley crew of misfit mongrels who have already been consigned there in the process. Their adventures lead to the exposure of a vast government conspiracy back in the city of Megasaki. This lovingly created stop-motion animation from Wes Anderson is full of the director’s trademark humour and warmth, taking particular inspiration from aspects of Japanese culture and their cinematic history.
Stop-motion animation version of Roald Dahl's woodland tale that combines a beautiful old-fashioned aesthetic with Wes Anderson's trademark dialogue.
7+ years 85 mins
This Japanese epic following the adventures of a band of samurai is one of cinema's most influential films.
11+ years 170 mins
Animation in which a prince travels west to cure a curse, and finds the animals there are battling townsfolk trying to destroy their forest.
7+ years 128 mins
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