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It's time for the annual Giant Vegetable Fete, and it's vitally important that the extra large carrots are protected - so Wallace and Gromit are on duty keeping hungry bunnies out of the way without harming them. Everything seems under control until the appearance of the dreaded Were-Rabbit. Will Wallace's inventions and Gromit's good sense save the day? This is the first Wallace and Gromit adventure at full movie length, but it's every bit as good as the earlier, shorter ones.
A backstage tour of how the models and sets are made on an Aardman film
Help secondary students develop a respect for intellectual property.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
A film guide that looks at Mr Peabody & Sherman (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Help your students learn all about what makes the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up films so thrilling and chilling!
A film guide that looks at Paddington (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Learn about the Aardmann animation process , before creating stop motion animations
In this session students will devise, produce and record the soundtrack to their film.
Using clips from Shaun the Sheep The Movie, find out the secrets of a great story
Collection of animation shorts bringing together some of the funniest moments from one of the most popular production companies in Britain.
11+ years 157 mins
Stuck with his evil aunts, James creates a magical, enormous peach. Befriending the charming insects inside, he attempts an escape.
5–11 years 79 mins
A wonderfully atmospheric horror about a hapless American who is bitten by a wolf during a visit to his father's castle in Wales.
11–16 years 68 mins
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The Animation Challenge calls on new animators to get creative and try their hand at stop motion with the help of our great new filmmaking resources.
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