Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Remy and Linguini both want to get a start in the restaurant business, but they have problems. Linguini is clumsy and can't cook - while although Remy is a natural chef, combining ingredients in new and exciting ways, he also happens to be a rat. And nobody likes a rat in the kitchen. However, by working together, Remy and Linguini can pretend to be one talented cook. All they have to do now is outwit the bullying head chef, Skinner, and the fearsome food critic Anton Ego, in this cracking animated movie.
Sumptuous foodie film about Italian brothers setting up a restaurant in 50s New Jersey.
14+ years 104 mins
Superbly animated adaptation following young Hogarth's discovery of a colossal, friendly robot, and his plight to protect him from government agents.
5–14 years 86 mins
Endearing combination of computer-animated characters and live action, in which a human family adopt a clothes-wearing, talking mouse.
5–11 years 81 mins
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We look at Pixar's latest original animation 'Coco', a family adventure which celebrates the Mexican holiday of Diá de Muertos (the Day of the Dead).
Reading time 5 mins
A selection of uplifting films that can be used to channel positive feelings with young audiences.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films22
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