Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
10-year-old June grew up as a marvellously imaginative girl, spending her childhood drawing and constructing an amusement park called Wonderland with the help from her mother and her friends. After her mother falls sick, June loses all sense of her inventiveness and creativity until she finds the real Wonderland in the middle of the woods. This park is run by a variety of talking animals but is slowly degrading and becoming derelict. June must team up with her new ragtag group of friends to save the park from being destroyed by the villainous Chimpanzombies in this sweet animated tale about overcoming grief and celebrating creativity in any form.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for primary titles in the Language & Creativity strand of the Into Film Festival.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for secondary titles in the Language & Creativity strand of the Into Film Festival.
When their fellow garden gnomes mysteriously disappear, Gnomeo and Juliet recruit detective Sherlock Gnomes to solve the case.
5–11 years 86 mins
Hugely likeable animation about a tubby giant panda with dreams of kung fu glory, who is chosen to defend a valley from an evil snow leopard.
5–14 years 92 mins
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Popular children's book series Princess Emmy makes its way to the big screen whilst Wonder Park leads this week's DVD Releases
Reading time 3 mins
Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee voice beavers in new animation 'Wonder Park'. They talk to us about the film, getting through dark times, and take our fiendish quiz!
Reading time 4 mins
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