A Sudanese youngster escapes from a slave trader, and sets out on a quest with a giraffe for company.
Halloween-themed sequel in which monstrous hotelier and sometime blood-sucker Dracula attempts to bring up his half-human grandson as a fully-fledged vampire.
Hugh Jackman stars in the boisterous origin story of how Peter Pan came to Neverland and first encountered the yet-to-be-Captain Hook.
Admirably restrained creature feature starring Richard Gere as a music professor and family man who surrenders to the charms of dog ownership. A must-see for fans of man's best friend.
Performers from the BBC's 'Horrible Histories' star in this intelligent family-friendly comedy portraying Shakespeare, The Early Years. You'll be pleased to hear there are also plenty of grown-up jokes that'll fly over the little ones' heads.
Not every film in this Japanese animation festival is suitable for children, but there's a fair few that are kid-friendly, including 'school idol' adventure 'Love Live!' and, for slightly older kids, movie additions to the 'Naruto' and 'Dragonball Z' franchises. Check out our Scotland Loves Anime preview blog for more info.