Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Young Angus MacMorrow knows that his father may have been killed fighting for his country in WWII. Out one day on the beach near his house, he finds a huge and mysterious egg - from which hatches a strange-looking beast he names Crusoe. Angus and the sweet-natured and loveable Crusoe soon form a powerful bond. But eventually the time is going to come when the Water Horse is going to have to leave for the open sea - so will it be able to leave the loch safely? Having won comparisons to the children's classic film ET, this is an incredibly warm and likeable movie, which never underestimates your intelligence, and is all the more enjoyable as a result.
The colourful world of the tropical sea is captured in all its glory in this moving and funny story of a lost fish.
All ages 96 mins
This original fantasy movie is an interesting mix of strange old myths and tough present day life on the Isle of Skye.
7–11 years 87 mins
Fun family film from the Jim Henson Creature Workshop with a topical environmental message.
7–14 years 95 mins
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Our new Scotland on Film resource is designed to celebrate Scotland's rich contribution to film and help teachers engage with film as a core learning tool.
Reading time 5 mins
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