Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Following a group of puppies from their birth and through their training as guide dogs for the blind or partially sighted, this inspiring documentary showcases the hard work that goes into preparing these special dogs for a future career. Primrose, Patriot, Poppet, Potomac and Phil are five golden and black Labrador puppies, chosen to undergo two years of guide dog training but, typically, only one will meet the rigorous standards expected of them and be selected as a fully licensed guide dog. Who will be the Pick of the Litter? A ‘dogumentary’ that is educational, uplifting and, of course, full of adorable puppies.
Based on a true story from Japan, this is the tale of an abandoned dog and the intense loyalty that develops between him and the man who saves him.
7–16 years 89 mins
A humbling and eye-opening documentary that skillfully enlightens our perceptions of both primate behaviour and human nature.
11+ years 94 mins
Charming adventure about an eccentric farmer and his wayward dog who come up with a plan to help protect their town’s endangered penguins.
5–11 years 96 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
Pick of the Litter puts a spotlight on the puppies who train to become guide dogs whilst Bumblebee leads this week's new DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
From mountain climbing to climate change, we suggest a list of varied documentaries for a range of young audiences that can be streamed from home this week.
Reading time 7 mins
We've put together a list of uplifting, feel-good films that you can stream at home to help provide some joy, comfort and escapism during these uncertain times.
Reading time 7 mins
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