Films for all ages.
This year’s Family section has titles from all over the world to suit all ages and tastes. It’s been a strong year for animation and this is reflected in our Family Gala Song of the Sea from Oscar® nominated Tomm Moore and the wealth of other animated features in our programme (check out Satellite Girl and Milk Cow from South Korea for something a little different). With world premieres of short films from the UK (Aardman’s Ray’s Big Idea and Illuminated Films On Angel’s Wings) alongside live action titles Finn and new British sci-fi Robot Overlords, there really is something for everyone.
Ancient magic and folklore is at the heart of this fine animated tale from Ireland.
Sixty years young, this British cartoon of George Orwell’s political ‘fairy story’ is still the most abiding adaptation of this powerful, cautionary tale for all ages.
Will Sawsan defy her family and participate in the Young Eurovision Song Contest in Denmark?
Marking 20 years of the pioneering animators, we’re proud to present this illustrated talk.
A thought-provoking family drama about a boy who deals with the loss of his mother by learning to play the violin with a mysterious neighbour.
Two brothers must face up to the reality of war in this inspired anime tale.
Sean and his friends take on the robot empire in this British sci-fi adventure.
A bizarre trio of heroes ward off evil in this enjoyable animated tale from Korea.
A glorious animation, exploding with colour, about a bird afraid to go out into the world and the ladybird that comes up with a plan to help him.