An imaginative children's film about a young Australian boy's passion for flight and his challenge to compete in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan.
Twelve-year-old Dylan lives with his father in the West Australian outback. One day at school Dylan discovers he is extremely good at making and flying paper planes. While attempting to refine and develop his newly realised ability, Dylan finds himself caught up in the world of competitive paper-plane making, leading to new friendships, new rivalries and new revelations about his own family.
DVD Feature Film
25 Paperback Novels
Feature Film HD File (1.3GB)
Curriculum Study Areas
Asia and Australia's Engagement With Asia, Civics and Citizenship, Critical and Creative Thinking, Design and Technologies, Drama (The Arts), English, Ethical Understanding, Humanities and Social Sciences, Intercultural Understanding, Japanese, Media Arts (The Arts), Science
achievement, adolescence, behaviour, belonging, bullying, communities, culture and traditions, death, depression, education, family, friendship, heroes, identity, knowledge, leadership, performance, relationships, resilience, self, values, wellbeing
2015 55th Zlín Film Festival
Winner - Children's Jury Award
2014 CinéfestOZ Film Prize
Winner - Australian feature film