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Jim Broadbent's gentle narration is perfect for this charming computer-animated tale for children about a young boy who, much to his surprise, finds a penguin at his door one day. The penguin seems to be lost and rather sad so the boy, when he can't find anyone else to help him, decides to row his new companion home to the South Pole. Along the way, the two experience exciting adventures, such as battling storms and encountering a giant octopus, and discover the meaning and value of true friendship.
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Cheery animated tale based on the Dr Seuss book, about an elephant who helps the microscopic citizens of Whoville, even though he can't see them.
5–11 years 26 mins
Sweet, imaginative animated fable about a girl and her sister who move to a forest which is full of friendly spirits.
All ages 82 mins
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A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
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