A children’s film generally features children or relates to them in the context of home and family. Children’s films are made specifically for children and not necessarily for the general audience, while family films are made for a wider appeal with a general audience in mind.
Children’s films come in several major forms like realism, fantasy, adventure, animation, musicals, and literary adaptations. Children’s films such as these explore various topics such as: attachment to parenting agency; the development of friendship; reciprocal relationships between individuals; or deal with the necessity or need in children and young people to explore and to engage in play.
2005 | 1h 15m | This movie starts when, atop the roof of an observatory at their cloud-filled home of Care-a-lot, the Care Bears hear Wish Bear’s story of how she (as a Cub) found her new friend, a wishing star named Twinkers. The Care …Read More →
1997 | 56m | In 1916, Tsar Nicholas II hosts a ball at the Catherine Palace to celebrate the Romanov tricentennial. His mother, the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna, is visiting from Paris and gives a music box and a necklace inscribed with the words “Together …Read More →