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When Nemo, a little clown fish, goes missing on his very first day of school, his distraught father sets off to track him down. But his son has been caught and is trapped in a fish tank in a dentist's office - so how will the two ever meet up again? The colourful world of the tropical sea is captured in all its glory, and helps tell the moving and funny story of Finding Nemo.
A film guide that looks at Finding Nemo (2003), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This Victorian-set story about a chimney sweep who finds a new life underwater is a winning combination of live action and animation.
5–11 years 87 mins
One of the greatest Disney animations, Bambi is a young deer learning love, friendship and tragedy. A timeless classic for all ages.
5–11 years 70 mins
Magical Japanese animation about a fish who transforms into a girl after she is discovered trapped in a jar at the seashore.
5–11 years 100 mins
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Find out what it's like to create the voices of Dory and Nemo!
Viewing time 3 mins
We take a look at Moana, Disney's latest animation that puts cultural sensitivity and a strong female hero at its heart.
Reading time 8 mins
For young people with Special Educational Needs, visiting the cinema can be challenging, here we highlight some of the best ways to engage with cinema.
Reading time 3 mins
With Finding Dory's release, we look at how Pixar bring characters with disabilities to the surface, as they face their trickiest animation challenge yet.
Reading time 8 mins
With the Oscar®-nominated 'My Life as a Courgette' in cinemas now, we look at how animation can be used to help broach difficult subjects with young people.
Reading time 4 mins
A list of films that investigate body image and its impact on wellbeing.
No. of films21
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
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