The colourful world of the tropical sea is captured in all its glory in this moving and funny story of a lost fish.
While Nemo is lost at sea in Pixar’s classic adventure tale, his father frantically searches the ocean in an attempt to find him. During his pursuit, the audience discovers that not all aquatic life has escaped human interference, with one scene showing the devastating consequences of man-made littering.Read more
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A small, rather hopeless looking robot is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess left by humans, in this wonderful Pixar animation.
Five years after making ‘Finding Nemo’, Pixar would turn their attentions to the future – and what may lie ahead for the human race if littering, recycling and other environmental concerns aren’t addressed. This gentle, futuristic cautionary tale shows Earth as a barren landscape with no human life left inhabiting it.Read more
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March of the Penguins(2005)
Documentary capturing the remarkable journey the Emperor penguins of the South Antarctic make every winter.
Celebrating nature’s triumph over the odds, this documentary charts penguins’ struggle to raise the next generation in their beautiful but often brutal habitat. This film explores a threatened landscape and opens up discussions on animals and the environments they rely on to survive.Read more
The Biggest Little Farm(2018)
Documentary about a married couple who follow their dream of creating a sustainable farm over eight years.
This documentary highlights how animals of all shapes and sizes can thrive as John and Molly’s farm comes together as a perfect ecosystem. It demonstrates the love, care and attention needed in order for their farm to survive and prosper, with so many elements of nature to contend with, and the joy it brings them over many years.Read more
Over The Hedge(2006)
On the first day of spring a group of woodland animals are shocked to discover that their forest home has been destroyed by a new housing development.
Following the lives of a skunk, a squirrel, a family of porcupines, an opossum father-and-daughter and a turtle after they awake from hibernation, this film allows young people to see the effect that deforestation can have on animals and their habitats.Read more
Lively adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book, with a strong environmental message amidst the nonsense, riddles and giggles!
Deforestation, respect for all types of creatures and respect for ourselves all run throughout this much-loved story. The colour and vibrancy that runs throughout this film only amplifies our need to preserve the amazing things we have on our incredible planet.Read more
Ice Age: The Meltdown(2006)
Sequel to the prehistoric animated comedy in which our old friends are in danger of their world being flooded by a melting ice wall.
Dealing with modern fears of climate change and extinction, The Meltdown is, nevertheless, a family-friendly addition to the Ice Age franchise and an easy entry point to understanding the shifting patterns in the climate and how it can effect creatures great and small.Read more
3D animated short which envisions a future where sea pollution has led wildlife to adapt in unexpected ways.
This impressive and ominous 3D animation raises questions about what the future might look like due to increasing pollution and offers an opportunity to discuss what needs to change.Read more
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