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Mary and the Witch's Flower is the first film from Studio Ponoc - partly made up of animators from the much-loved Studio Ghibli - and based on the children's book 'The Little Broomstick' by Mary Stewart. A red-haired young girl living in the English countryside stumbles upon a magical flower which transports her to a strange faraway land containing a school for wizards and witches in this gentle, fantastical anime.
Gentle anime which sees a young girl embark on a magical adventure after finding a mysterious flower.
Age group5–11 years
British filmmaker Andrew Haigh tells an American story in Lean on Pete which sees a teenage boy befriend a racehorse after learning it is to be slaughtered, with the two embarking on a lifechanging journey together across the rural landscapes of the American Northwest; Amy Schumer delivers a typically charismatic performance in I Feel Pretty, a comedy about a woman who discovers body confidence after taking a bump to the head.
A teenager finds work at a local racetrack caring for one of the older horses, and the two embark on a lifechanging journey together.
Age group14+ years
Set twenty years after the original film, four teenagers are sucked into a jungle-themed computer game and each becomes their selected avatar upon transportation. Landed with appearances, personalities and skills very different to their own, the four must adjust - and quickly - in order to survive the very real threat of the gaming world in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
Walk With Me is a contemplative look at the lives of monks and nuns that study within a secluded monastery in south west France in this documentary on the teachings of Buddhism narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch; Hostiles is a brutal western set in 1892 which sees a renowned army captain reluctantly agree to escort a dying man and his family through dangerous territory and terrain back to their tribal homeland.
A meditative documentary about a community of zen Buddhist monks and nuns based in a monastery in south west France.
Age group11+ years
The Breadwinner: Raise Your Words is a brand-new resource, which weaves English, PSHE and citizenship through creative writing. Download now.
Reading time 1 min
We delve into five of the most significant phone made films and the fascinating stories behind their creation. Could you and your phone make the next one?
Reading time 10 mins
'The LEGO® Dimension' is a charming and funny stop-motion animation from Tomos in West Yorkshire, in which a boy named Joe is transported to a LEGO® dimension.
Viewing time 5 mins
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