This animated adventure tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl comes alive.
Through it's fantastical and colourful story about an amusement park, this story gently touches on sensitive topics such as grief and loneliness, with the potential of offering a space for younger audiences to reflect on their emotional wellbeing and some useful ways of expressing how they feel.Read more
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The colourful world of the tropical sea is captured in all its glory in this moving and funny story of a lost fish.
A caring but overprotective clown fish embarks on a journey with Dory, a hilariously endearing blue tang fish, to find his son Nemo in this adventure set in the deep blue sea.Read more
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Animation in which natural chef Remi tries to get a start in the restaurant business, getting someone else to cover for the fact that he's a rat.
A Parisian rat does not let his size or reputation stop him from accomplishing his dream of becoming one of the best chefs in the business. Teaming up with a clumsy kitchen boy, the two raise havoc in the kitchen.Read more
A courageous teenager follows in the footsteps of her ancestors in sailing across the Oceanic seas, accompanied by the demi-god called Maui.
Moana does not let obstacles get in her way on a voyage to save her community. She finds strength within herself and by reconnecting with her culture in this visually stunning story of self-determination.Read more
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The LEGO® Batman Movie(2017)
Animated adventure in which Batman must once again do battle with the Joker who is intent on taking over Gotham City.
The famous toy figurines make their screen debut in this hilarious and wonderfully tactile animation about teamwork and championing creativity.Read more
Disney dazzles with this inventive comedy that imagines what would happen if arcade game characters could come to life and go game-hopping after dark.
Ralph is tired of being the bad guy in the arcade game Fix-it-Felix and goes on a journey through some of the most loved games to follow his dream of being a hero in this upbeat and very clever animation.Read more
School of Rock(2003)
Vibrant, uplifting comedy in which an unemployed rock guitarist is faced with needing to get a job, and masquerades as a supply teacher.
A scruffy self-proclaimed rock star gets a new lease of life when he meets a group of very talented school students and secretly forms a band while working as their substitute teacher in this heart-warming comedy.Read more
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Singin' in the Rain(1952)
Widely considered the best musical ever made, this tribute to Hollywood is about an actress who can't sing trying to move into sound films.
A joyful classic that looks back at Hollywood in the 1920s and cinema's transition from silent films to ‘talkies’. Three performers find their voice in this colourful and optimistic musical.Read more
The Sound of Music(1965)
The stunning Austrian mountains provide the backdrop for this wartime musical extravaganza.
Another undisputed classic musical for audiences of all ages about a strict household who is turned around by the charm of a young nun.Read more
Musical about a young woman who's about to be married and is trying to find out which of the men her mother was briefly involved with is her father.
Inspired by some of Abba’s biggest hits, this cheerful and silly musical takes you on a sun-drenched trip to the Greek Islands.Read more
A young boy born with facial differences begins attending school for the first time.
This story shows the difficulties faced by a young boy who wishes he was ordinary. However, it’s through his uniqueness and kind heart that he finds a sense of belonging in this film that promotes celebrating differences.Read more
Cheerful comedy about how hot and sunny Jamaica came to enter a bobsled team in the 1988 Winter Olympics.
This very funny film follows a group of underdogs who are determined to make it to the Oympic games as a bobsled team regardless of the lack of snow in their home country.Read more
Freaky Friday (2003)
Frothy remake of the 1977 Disney body-swap comedy about a constantly quarrelling mother and daughter.
A mother and daughter are forced to see from each other’s perspective when they wake up to find their bodies have been switched in this highly entertaining comedy about family and growing up.Read more
Stranger Than Fiction(2006)
Offbeat comedy starring Will Ferrell as a dull taxman who thinks he's having a breakdown when he starts hearing a famous author narrating his life.
This oddball romcom is a thought provoking tale about creativity and how it interacts with reality. Including narration, it can be accessible for audiences with visual impairments.Read more
In this follow-up to the original hit superhero movie, there's a new generation of mutants eager to cause trouble.
This thrilling sequel will also appeal to audiences with visual impairments, featuring a soundscape that brilliantly captures all the action.Read more
The Princess Bride(1987)
The Princess Bride takes apart the traditional damsel-in-distress story and puts it back together again. A classic for children of all ages.
An enchanting celebration of storytelling that questions the conventions placed on female characters in classic princess stories and turns them on their head.Read more
The Gruffalo's Child(2011)
A brave, young monster hunts for the legendary Big Bad Mouse in this charming and witty animated sequel to the Oscar-nominated short The Gruffalo.
A beautiful animated adaptation of the bestselling book which celebrates courage, family and friendship.Read more
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