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This fantasy animated film from Japan follows the adventures of a young girl named Chihiro. While driving to their new home, Chihiro and her family stop by an open-air restaurant. There's no one to be seen, but the most delicious food laid out, so her parents decided to eat. Chihiro senses something is wrong and she's right. A spell is cast on her parents and only a mysterious boy named Haku can help her break it. The result is one of the most extraordinary and unique films you will ever see.
A film guide that looks at Brave (2012), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Fun and thought provoking activities to support a visit to the Into Film Festival to view a film from the Game Changers strand.
A film guide that looks at Inside Out (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Letter to Momo (2011), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Support students in learning about the heroic and villainous characters from films on the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up list!
A film guide that looks at Spirited Away (2001), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Boy and the Beast (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal...
A film guide that looks at The Secret of Kells (2009), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2013), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Wizard of Oz (1939), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Futuristic Japanese animation offering a sci-fi spin on the classic tale of Pinocchio, in which a naive robot must transport an egg to the land below.
11+ years 136 mins
An accident in the science lab lets Makoto travel through time, but soon discovers problems arising from her fun in this witty sci-fi anime.
All ages 98 mins
Fast-paced and funny anime about a homeless trio who discover an abandoned baby on Christmas Eve.
11–16 years 88 mins
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Made by a group of autistic young people from Wales, this film sees them appealing for greater understanding of the challenges they face every day at school.
Viewing time 10 mins
Congratulations to Fletcher, aged 10, from Fairview Primary in Gillingham, whose review of a Studio Ghibli classic saw him earn our Review of the Year Award.
Reading time 2 mins
Paul Scowcroft, our final Leader of the Month for 2016, offers his tips for new clubs and discusses his varied strategies when it comes to review writing.
Reading time 7 mins
We explore how film can be used to instil an awareness of and respect for multiculturalism in pupils, and help to break down cultural barriers.
Reading time 4 mins
We talk to Andrew Denton, our Leader of the Month for June, and his club members, who each reveal why they love watching a wide range of films in their club.
Reading time 7 mins
With the release of When Marnie Was There, Studio Ghibli's poignant final film, we take a look at what makes their animations so widely adored.
Reading time 5 mins
A film list that explores the history of hand-drawn animation.
No. of films13
A selection of films which explore the many worlds of fairy tales, from early interpretations to modern-day innovations.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
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