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Animation, Family, Musicals
On its release, The Lion King was hailed as an instant classic from Disney. This animated epic (loosely based on Shakespeare's Hamlet) is not only beautiful visually, but the story is equally captivating. Lion cub Simba runs away from his pride, believing he caused the tragic death of his beloved father King Mufasa. With Simba away, his evil uncle Scar can become king. But while wandering in the African wilderness, Simba meets Pumba and Timon, two colourful characters, whose friendship gives him the strength to face his destiny.
This resource supports anti-bullying at the Into Film Festival.
A film guide that looks at Finding Nemo (2003), 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 Gnomeo and Juliet (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!
This resource provides guidance on planning a Shakespeare-themed screening with your class or club.
A film guide that looks at The Jungle Book (1967), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Lion King (1994), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
The adventures of Joy Adamson and her husband George raising an orphaned lion cub called Elsa to adulthood.
All ages 179 mins
The all-singing, all-dancing animated adaptation of the popular children's novel, packed with lovable characters and infectious songs.
5–14 years 78 mins
12 year-old Xan has raised a cheetah called Duma since it was a cub. Now Xan must set off alone to return him to the wilds of the Kalahari desert.
5–11 years 100 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
With the release of Oscar front-runner La La Land, we look at the dynamic history of the screen musical, and the way La La Land draws upon the genre's heritage.
Reading time 4 mins
Shakespeare's plays lend themselves brilliantly to film adaptations - but what sort of films might The Bard be making himself if were alive in 2017?
Reading time 8 mins
We're celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death through events, screenings, resources, and more.
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
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