Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Family, Musicals
Based on the plush toys of the same name, this musical animation takes place in Uglyville, a town where faulty and strange-looking dolls are left. Optimistic and kind-hearted Moxy and her friends are unphased by this, spending their days celebrating their quirks. When the leader of Uglyville tells them that it’s impossible for them to ever find a home, Moxy, who longs for a child to love her, embarks on a journey with her UglyDolls friends to prove this wrong, finding the ‘Institute of Perfection’, where perfect dolls are prepared for the outside world. With lively musical numbers, this story about embracing your imperfections, offers a great place to discuss anti-bullying, self-esteem and mental wellbeing with younger students.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection for titles within the Mental Wellbeing & Identity strand of the Into Film Festival.
Disney dazzles with this inventive comedy that imagines what would happen if arcade game characters could come to life and go game-hopping after dark.
7–16 years 97 mins
Animated adventure about the five dominant emotions inside an 11 year-old girl’s head, as she struggles to come to terms with moving home.
5–16 years 102 mins
Princess Poppy and Branch set out on a dangerous mission to save their friends from the Troll-eating monsters who have taken them hostage.
5–11 years 92 mins
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An action-packed 'Jumanji' sequel bursts into cinemas this week whilst 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' leads this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 4 mins
Dora the Explorer gets her own live action film to add to your Wishlist whilst Blinded by the Light is also released on DVD
Reading time 3 mins
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