Into Film Clubs
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Animation, Comedy, Family
After the events of the first Trolls film, the crazy and colourful land of the Pop Kingdom is now a peaceful and happy place. That is until Poppy, Queen of the Pop Trolls, receives a mysterious invitation from the Rock Troll Queen Barb, asking Poppy to join her in reuniting all the Troll tribes – Pop, Funk, Classical, Techno, Country and Rock – by bringing together the magical strings that are protected by each tribe’s leader. Along with her best friend Branch, who is secretly in love with her, Poppy sets out on a candy-coloured journey across the kingdom to discover whether Barb is truly looking for peace or whether she wants to unite the strings in order to obliterate all other forms of music except Rock. This fast-paced, humorous, and eye-popping animated musical examines the importance of diversity in all forms of society and art whilst also staying true to the first film’s themes of friendship, family and kindness.
A group of imperfect dolls leave a town called Uglyville in the hope of finding a home with a child.
5–11 years 87 mins
A Disney classic like no other, Fantasia is a magical journey through sound and vision.
All ages 120 mins
Available to stream
Visually brilliant 1971 Roald Dahl adaptation about a little boy who wins a tour of the maddest sweet factory in the world!
5–14 years 95 mins
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American documentary MLK/FBI delves into the dark nature of political harassment whilst Blithe Spirit is also released in virtual cinemas.
Reading time 3 mins
Explore the mythical history of Ireland in visually stunning animation Wolfwalkers whilst the candy-coloured Trolls World Tour leads this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 5 mins
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