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The year is 1650 and in Kilkenny, Ireland, the Lord Protector has tasked Englishman Bill Goodfellowe with removing the last wolfpack from the land. His daughter Robyn is initially determined to help – despite her father’s protests, who has vowed to keep her safe – but her mind is changed when she encounters Mebh, a wild girl of a similar age to herself who protects the wolves. Learning that Mebh and her mother are Wolfwalkers – creatures that transform into wolves at night – and that the wolfpack is no danger to the townsfolk, Robyn promises to protect her new friend from those that would do her harm. ‘Wolfwalkers’ is a family animation with astonishing visuals which explores Irish history, community values and the power of friendship.
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Oscar-nominated hand-drawn animation about a boy living in medieval Ireland who is recruited to complete a series of perilous, magical tasks.
7–14 years 75 mins
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Enchanting and thrilling animation about a Parisian cat with a double-life, living as a pet by day and the sidekick of a burglar by night.
7–14 years 62 mins
Animation in which a prince travels west to cure a curse, and finds the animals there are battling townsfolk trying to destroy their forest.
7–16 years 128 mins
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We round-off our blogs celebrating the best films of 2020 by reflecting on our favourite family-friendly titles.
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Explore the mythical history of Ireland in visually stunning animation Wolfwalkers whilst the candy-coloured Trolls World Tour leads this week's DVD releases.
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Candy-coloured animated sequel Trolls World Tour is released on DVD whilst Irish animation Wolfwalkers leads this week's new cinema releases.
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