This stop-motion animation is made out of wool: the knitted adventure of a boy and his pet cat who fly around the world delivering parcels in the eponymous red plane. This exquisite work was produced as a student film by Charlotte Blacker at the University of Central Lancashire and went on to win several awards. Several of the other representations of migration and travel in the corpus are problematic or tragic, such as the migrant crisis narratives: The Box and Bon Voyage. This film provides a more positive counterpoint to these complex examples and provides an optimistic implicit representation of the benefits of travel and communication across borders and peoples. The innovative technique used to create this film (it is the only knitted film in the corpus) also positions it as a good example for children to consider as they pursue the creation of their own cultural artefacts.