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In this much-loved family movie, after moving in with her eccentric father after the tragic death of her mother, 13-year-old Amy discovers a nest of abandoned goose eggs. After nurturing them to hatching stage and becoming the goslings' surrogate parent, as they grow she and her father must devise a way to lead them south for the winter - a risky plan that involves taking to the skies in a makeshift ultralight plane.
A film guide that looks at Oddball and the Penguins (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal...
Family adventure from Disney, as three lonely pets overcome all odds to find their way home.
5–11 years 77 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
Oscar-nominated nature documentary that follows the paths of migrating birds from all over the globe.
5–11 years 86 mins
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