Zootropolis: Film Guide

Zootropolis
Zootropolis

Ages

7–11

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

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World Animal Day
4 October

A film guide that looks at Zootropolis (2016), a hugely inventive animated adventure about a rookie bunny cop teaming up with a wily fox to solve a set of mysterious disappearances.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including PSHE Education, Biology and Literacy in addition to highlighting themes surrounding law and order, family, friendships, racism and prejudice, equality, community, urban life, and animals.

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Zootropolis
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Zootropolis Film Guide

A short PowerPoint of activities focusing on Zootropolis

Size: 41.00 MB

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Zootropolis filmmakers discuss directing animal characters, giraffes in slo
Video

Zootropolis Filmmakers Interview

Zootropolis Filmmakers - "Never Put a Goat Character Into a Film!"

Duration: 2:33 mins

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This Resource Supports

  • Literacy
  • Science
  • Biology
  • PSHE Education

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