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Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Maurice Sendak's story of Max, a little boy sent to bed without supper who sails away to a land of strange creatures, is one of the most-loved children books. The film does a good job of expanding the story and filling in the details, and bringing the huge wild things to life. Does it completely capture the magic of the book? Well, that's for you to decide...
A film guide that looks at The Gruffalo (2009), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at The Jungle Book (1967), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Stuck with his evil aunts, James creates a magical, enormous peach. Befriending the charming insects inside, he attempts an escape.
5–11 years 79 mins
When Coraline discovers a secret path to a parallel universe, she finds a world where she's never told off and it's always cake for dinner.
7–14 years 100 mins
A series of bizarre and unforgettable adventures in this much-loved adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic story.
5–11 years 73 mins
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We take a look at new fantasy drama A Monster Calls and how storytelling and films can be used to help people cope with difficult issues and overcome anxiety.
Reading time 7 mins
Made by a group of autistic young people from Wales, this film sees them appealing for greater understanding of the challenges they face every day at school.
Viewing time 10 mins
We explore how the New Zealand comedy-drama reaches beyond its odd-couple dynamic to highlight how creativity and humour can help people express themselves.
Reading time 4 mins
To celebrate International Music Day (21 June), our new review competition asks young people to review films with a focus on music, from Fantasia to La La Land.
Reading time 3 mins
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
Films acts as a window into the wider world, and offers contexts and points of view that might otherwise be closed to them.
A collection of films which explore adaptations outside the mainstream, such as seminal graphic novels, non-fiction texts and short stories.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films29
A film list exploring uses of animation in the field of Visual Effects.
No. of films11
A selection of films that explore how people overcome challenging times to achieve emotional wellbeing.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films16
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