This film is by Film Bilder, the studio who made Head Up. This film, part of the Animanimals series by Julie Ocker, depicts the systematic and collective life of an ant colony. The military precision of the ants is an apt catalyst to discuss the social bonds that define contemporary communities, including Europe as a whole. The ants work together perfectly, except for the plucky little ant who leads the story. This ant has his own way of doing things; his creative spirit causes an important intervention in the systematised workings of the community. The other ants join in. At the end of the film, the ant believes the master ant will be angry with him — and so do we. But all is well: the master ant congratulates him for his successful thinking. This is a joyful, vibrant piece of animation with a clear and affirmative message about the role of innovation and outside-the-box thinking in the development of new strategies with which society can move forward. Children aged 8-11 years old will be able to structure a debate around these themes through considering this short film.