Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Family, Musicals
Migo is a friendly yeti who has always been brought up to believe that “humans” are mythical creatures that only exist in the imagination. One day, however, he comes across what appears to be a real-life human in the wild, but when he tells the other people in the village, nobody believes him and he is banished! Determined to prove them wrong, Migo sets out on a quest to find the mysterious human and win back the trust of his local community. This is a charming animated comedy, offering a fun twist on the Bigfoot legend, with positive messaging around celebrating difference, finding common ground and overcoming your fears, as well as discovering the world is rather more complex than you thought it was.
A film guide that looks at Smallfoot (2018), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Snow-filled and funny Disney adventure inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's icy fairytale, The Snow Queen.
7–14 years 97 mins
A young boy named Kubo must find his samurai father’s magical suit of armour in order to overcome the unforgiving spirits of the past.
7–16 years 102 mins
Enchanting, comic animation set in the city of Monstropolis, powered by the screams of children- who don't scare as easily as they used to.
5–11 years 88 mins
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Our curation team round-up the best films of the year for young audiences, each selecting a choice for each age-group - perfect for end of term viewing.
Reading time 6 mins
Also new in cinemas is the Oscar® nominated 'Capernaum' with adaptation 'The Hate U Give' leading this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
Also new in cinemas are 'Smallfoot', '22 July' and 'They Shall Not Grow Old', with 'Hereditary' and 'Summer 1993' released on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
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