Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Action and Adventure, Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy
One year on from the second film, the Isle of Berk has been transformed into a peaceful home for both humans and dragons, with the young Viking Hiccup now ruler and chief of the land. While female dragon the Light Fury appears and forms an immediate connection with Toothless, the island faces a dark threat in the form of dragon hunters planning to separate humanity and dragons forever. Risking everything they have, Hiccup and Toothless must find a hidden world thought to only exist in myth, if they are to save their home and friendship. This is a visually breathtaking final chapter to the film series with strong themes around courage, teamwork and community.
Engage pupils aged 5-14 in science, Literacy and art & design learning with How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for titles within the Fantasy & Adventure strand of the Into Film Festival.
Japanese animated epic about a crotchety wizard living in a strange castle who saves a young hat-maker, who is then cursed by a jealous witch.
5–16 years 119 mins
A live-action remake of the 1977 children’s classic which sees a boy living in a North American forest with his only friend: a big green dragon.
7–14 years 103 mins
Oscar-nominated hand-drawn animation about a boy living in medieval Ireland who is recruited to complete a series of perilous, magical tasks.
7–14 years 75 mins
Club Leaders can rate films! Help other club leaders decide if this film is suitable for use in their film club by giving it a rating.
Diego Maradona unpacks the story of football's most controversial figure whilst the final How to Train Your Dragon film arrives on DVD
Reading time 3 mins
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