Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
After the last film, Peter Rabbit is enjoying life with his new makeshift family but cannot seem to escape his mischievous ways. After learning that Bea and Thomas, the humans he lives with, are thinking of having a baby, Peter decides to leave and adventure out the garden where he discovers a whole new group of animals who spend their time stealing fresh fruit and vegetables from the local farmer’s market. Torn between his new life where his mischief is appreciated and his family life back home, Peter must make some tough decisions. Based on the famous children’s novels from Beatrix Potter and building on the cute and humorous world we were introduced to in the first film, this spirited sequel also delves into the topic of family, independence and doing the right thing.
Comic blend of animation and live-action centring on teenage rabbit E.B. who is set to take over from his dad as the Easter Bunny.
5–11 years 91 mins
When the chickens learn they are all to be made into pies they hatch an escape plan.
5–11 years 84 mins
Available to stream
Stop-motion animation version of Roald Dahl's woodland tale that combines a beautiful old-fashioned aesthetic with Wes Anderson's trademark dialogue.
7–16 years 85 mins
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Iconic horror icon, the 'Candyman' arrives to spook brave audiences whilst Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway is released on DVD for our members to order.
Reading time 4 mins
As a number of cinemas are set to reopen their doors, we take a look at the films on offer, including awards winners and blockbuster extravaganzas.
Reading time 4 mins
We've rounded up the best moments from this year's programme including our favourite images and words of wisdom from teachers, young people and industry guests.
Reading time 9 mins
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