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A Disney classic like no other, Fantasia is a magical journey through sound and vision.
A captivating introduction to classical music for younger viewers, this classic animation uses its Disney charm to draw audiences into a magical world where each piece of music tells a story.Read more
Kirikou et les hommes et les femmes (Kirikou and the Men and the Women)(2012)
Gorgeous, striking animated feature that follows the resourceful and heroic Kirikou; a small child living in a village in Africa.
In this celebration of traditional storytelling, encompassing five vignettes around tiny hero Kirikou and his fellow villagers are linked together with a catchy chorus reinforcing the message of each short film. The collection also features a short about the power of music to soothe the spirit which is sure to set toes tapping!Read more
Song of the Sea(2014)
A beautiful and touching animation based on an Irish folktale about a little girl who turns into a Selkie.
Featuring a haunting and beautiful score inspired by traditional Irish music, this charming animation centres around a little girl who cannot yet speak – but needs to find her voice to be able to save her fellow Selkies with the song of the sea.Read more
A Monster In Paris(2011)
A flea, accidentally made huge by a budding scientist, is loose in Paris where he takes refuge in a nightclub and his musical talent is discovered!
This musical adventure about a mutant flea with an incredible voice who finds sanctuary in a nightclub in the Parisian backstreets where the resident chanteuse sees past his frightening appearance has charming songs performed by Sean Lennon, as well as a strong message about not judging on face value.Read more
Jason and the Argonauts(1963)
Based on a Greek myth, this adventure film sees hero Jason and the Argonauts on a supposedly doomed voyage to retrieve the Golden Fleece.
Featuring a stirring and brassy score from legendary film composer Bernard Hermann, the music perfectly complements the heroic adventures and battles against gods and monsters in this big-screen epic.Read more
Tone-deaf Mumble is a brilliant dancer - but that's no good when Emperor penguins are supposed to find a mate by singing.
Brimming with soulful songs and toe-tapping numbers, this film about a penguin who must find another way to impress a potential mate when he discovers he can’t sing features the Oscar-winning track ‘Song of the Heart’ from the late iconic musician Prince.Read more
Where The Wild Things Are(2009)
Spike Jonze's live action adaptation of Maurice Sendak's children's classic about tameable monsters and an angry little boy.
This adaptation brings to life the source novel with a dreamy yet edgy score from indie rock musician Karen O which perfectly captures the spirit of Max’s grand escape to the land of the monsters, as well as the frustration and anxiety that drives him there.Read more
When Ernesto realises he's the only kid in school with a full set of baby teeth, he tries most anything to get rid of them!
In this charming animated short, Ernesto feels very self-conscious about his baby teeth and tries to remove them. However, his teeth are having none of it and break into groovy protest song whenever he opens his mouth- which brings Ernesto even more attention than before!Read more
The Sound of Music(1965)
The stunning Austrian mountains provide the backdrop for this wartime musical extravaganza.
Charming Maria wins the hearts of the Von Trapp family with her inspiring song and buoyant positivity, and helps keep their spirits up with music when danger approaches in this classic and lavish musical.Read more
Into The Woods(2014)
The Grimm Fairytales are brought to life in this musical about a couple who venture into the woods to break a spell that has been cast on them.
Creating a dark and magical world, densely packed with familiar characters from fairy tales, this film takes the Hollywood musical form and runs with it to maximise the humour, scares and wonder to be found in the enchanted woods.Read more
West Side Story(1961)
The classic love story of Romeo and Juliet is transported to 1950s New York in this Hollywood musical.
In this Leonard Bernstein-scored musical the streets of 1950s New York are brought to life with sultry Mambo beats. Expressing gang identity, conflict, and of course love, the music in this film simmers with excitement and tension.Read more
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