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Animation, Short Films
Every so often a film-maker or company comes along who revolutionises movies - names such as Walt Disney are famous among film fans for taking the art of cinema to places it had never been before. In the recent past, few movie-makers have had as big an impact as Pixar, the American animation studio whose work you might be familiar with - because they were responsible for the likes of Toy Story and Finding Nemo. Having started out in the 1980s, the company did huge amounts to develop computer animation - coming up with techniques that are now used in almost every animated movie you'll see. This fantastic collection includes 13 of the short films that the company have made in that time - each of them filled with the same brilliant, off-beat humour (and some of the same well-loved characters) as their full-length counterparts, as well as being a fascinating look at how an art form grows over time.
Complete with werewolves, magical instruments, sorcerers and mythical beasts, this French animation captures the enchantment of storytelling.
7–11 years 81 mins
Twelve of Pixar's best short films, plus a batch of student shorts from some of Pixar's most highly prized directors.
5–16 years 65 mins
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
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This brilliant and environmentally aware short film, which follows the life cycle of a sentient balloon, was made by one young filmmaker from Woking, Surrey.
Viewing time 7 mins
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
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