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Found 33 results for the term Billy Crystal

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Behind The Scenes (5)

  • Monsters University

    Video: FILMCLUB reporters Archie and Tanvi put their scariest feet forward to enrol in Monsters University
    Profile: This year we're revisiting the characters from one of our favourite Disney Pixar films, Monsters Inc, with Monsters University, which...

  • Scott Clark

    Video: Supervising animator on Monsters University Scott Clark joined us in our pop-up Edinburgh studio to share with us some of the magic of Pixar.
    Profile: There aren't many studios who can claim to be as consistent as Pixar. From Toy Story in 1995 to...

  • FILMCLUB reporter Josh gives a TED talk about his talent development

    Video: Whether it's talking to cinematic royalty on the red carpet or presenting a live webcast, it seems nothing can phase our talent development participants. In this inspiring and entertaining video, FILMCLUB reporter Josh addresses a packed crowd at...

  • Hotel Transylvania

    Video: FILMCLUB reporter Andre got the chance to rub shoulders with the ghoulish inhabitants of Hotel Transylvania, as well as chat to some of the stars who'd come to check in as well!
    Profile: Welcome to the world of Mavis, daughter of infamous vampire...

  • Toy Story 3

    Video: Patrick and Beatrice report from the premiere of Toy Story 3
    Profile: As Andy gets ready to leave for college, his toys are accidentally given to a nursery. That turns out to be a big shock for Buzz, Woody and all their friends, as they get...

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  • Maggie Gyllenhaal

    Maggie Gyllenhaal has acting in her bones - she was born in 1977 in New York's Lower East Side of Manhattan to screenwriter Naomi Foner and director Stephen Gyllenhaal. Her younger brother Jake was acting by the age of 11 - he played Billy Crystal's son...

  • Comedians

    Ever noticed that films about being funny can be a bit, well.... serious? Not dull, certainly, and not boring often hilarious, in fact. But the films in our selection recognise that comedy can be something of a dark art, and its practitioners troubled...

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Resources (13)

  • Billy Elliot

    An exhilarating and inspiring comedy drama concerning young Billy, the son of a coal miner who dreams of becoming a ballet star.

    Why have we chosen this film for our Paul Hamlyn Inclusion Projects?

    Gender and Tradition is examined — Billy's...

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  • Billy Elliot

    Set against the 1984 Miner's Strike, Billy Elliot is a boy torn between his unexpected love of ballet and the disintegration of his family.

    Why have we chosen this film for our Paul Hamlyn Inclusion Projects?

    Billy is confronted with different avenues...

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  • National Storytelling Week Film Guide Resource

    A resource featuring guides to five films based on some great stories. Each film guide includes a synopsis, details about the production, review starters and talking points.

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  • The Secret of Kells

    Oscar-nominated hand-drawn animation about a boy living in medieval Ireland who must complete a magic manuscript. Not to be missed.

    Why have we chosen this film for our Paul Hamlyn Inclusion Projects?

    The story centres around the creation of the Book...

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  • The Secret of Kells

    Oscar-nominated hand-drawn animation about a boy living in medieval Ireland who must complete a magic manuscript. Not to be missed.

    Why have we chosen this film for our Paul Hamlyn Inclusion Projects?

    This film could stimulate discussion about the...

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