Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
This light animation takes the story of Noah’s Ark and imagines what occurs when two fictional furry animals, Finny and Leah, accidently fall off the boat and are stranded at sea. When a storm separates the two small creatures, they turn their bad luck into an opportunity to try to help the animals back on the Ark who are struggling from a food shortage. Encountering a magical island and a colony of animals that look just like them, the two work together to create a new home suitable for their friends. This funny and colorful tale is a good introduction to the story of Noah for very young audiences while it also offers themes on animal behaviour and friendship.
Fun animation about a bored zebra who tries to escape from a New York zoo aided by some cunning penguins who ends up being sent to Africa.
5–11 years 82 mins
Combining amazing visuals with laughs and excitement this animated tale sees rare macaw Blu swap small-town America for Brazil’s exotic Rio.
5–11 years 94 mins
After the town’s beloved mayor disappears, two friends receive a message suggesting he’s still alive, and set out on an adventure to find him.
5–11 years 78 mins
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'Saint Maud' frames horror through religion whilst 'The Secret Garden' re-adapts the much-loved children's book for the next generation.
Reading time 3 mins
Fresh animation from Pixar, Onward, leads this week's DVD releases whilst One Man and His Shoes is released in UK cinemas
Reading time 5 mins
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