Video: FILMCLUB Reporter Emma from Glasgow asks director Marc Andrews why he decided to set Brave in Scotland. We also discover the huge amount of research and skill that went in to making the highlands look so authentic, and lead character Merida's hair so astoundingly vibrant.

Profile: Brave represents Disney Pixar's very first film to feature a female as the lead character. The stunning tale - out at cinemas in mid-August - is the latest film from the  animation studio that gave us cinematic treats Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Up.

 

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Brave

  • Mon 25 June 2012 (suitable for ages 8-13) "As a storyteller, we want to transport the audience somewhere..." Director Marc Andrews believes Brave will whisk viewers away to a land of beauty, magic, and mystery.

    Mon 25 June 2012 (suitable for ages 8-13) "As a storyteller, we want to transport the audience somewhere..." Director Marc Andrews believes Brave will whisk viewers away to a land of beauty, magic, and mystery.

    FILMCLUB Reporter Emma meets the cast and crew of Brave at a press conference for the highly anticipated animation - a story about a rebellious Scottish princess who accidentally unleashes a disastrous spell upon her Kingdom.

Brave’s Films

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