Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Animation, Short Films
This fantastic collection includes 13 short films, ranging from Pixar’s earliest shorts such as The Adventures of André & Wally B., Luxo Jr., Red’s Dream, Tin Toy and Knick Knack – all produced in the 1980s – to more recent shorts featuring some of the studio’s well-loved characters: they continue the adventures of the baby-sitter of 'The Incredibles' in Jack-Jack Attack, follow the inhabitants of 'Cars’ fictional town Radiator Springs in Mater and the Ghost Light and star Mike and Sully from 'Monsters, Inc.' in Mike’s New Car. Other highlights include stories set in the animal world such as Boundin’ and Academy Award® winner for Best Animated Short Film (2001) For the Birds, while Geri’s Game and One Man Band present more realistic human figures and Lifted follows the misfortunes of a young alien. Each of them is filled with the same brilliant, offbeat humour as their full-length counterparts, and provide a fascinating insight into how an art form grows over time.
Activities based on animated shorts certain to discuss empathy, friendship, tolerance, emotional health, literacy with younger pupils.
Complete with werewolves, magical instruments, sorcerers and mythical beasts, this French animation captures the enchantment of storytelling.
7–14 years 81 mins
Available to stream
This breathtaking animation tells the story of a grieving widower who evades eviction by attaching balloons to his house and floating away.
All ages 98 mins
Available to stream
Twelve of Pixar's best short films, plus a batch of student shorts from some of Pixar's most highly prized directors.
5–14 years 65 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
Film can be an effective tool for helping those with SEN to better understand, not only curriculum-linked topics, but also the wider world around them.
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
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