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Science Fiction and Fantasy
The first in a generation defining trilogy, this adaptation of the bestselling, pitch-black novel for young adults is perfectly realised. In a post apocalyptic America (now called Panem), children between the ages of 12 and 18 are routinely, randomly selected for a brutal competition, of which there can be only one survivor. Katniss Everdeen volunteers to spare her younger sister, and so her own fight for life begins. A tough yet vulnerable character living a horrifying vision of a dystopian future that feels uncomfortably convincing, Katniss and The Hunger Games trilogy is an exciting and generation defining filmic experience.
Doom-laden 1970s sci-fi about a man's rebellion against a 23rd-century world ruled by a fascistic computer.
11+ years 113 mins
Visually peerless example of Hollywood coming to terms with computers, in which programmer Kevin Flynn get sucked into a game.
7–11 years 92 mins
Ree is a rare character, something like a western hero with a quiet courage that enthralls in this compelling Oscar-nominated drama.
14+ years 100 mins
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Made by students at John Clare Primary School, September's winning film is a light-hearted look at the importance of kids being kids
Viewing time 7 mins
Lauren Seager-Smith from Anti-Bullying Alliance explains why film is a wonderful way to explore issues relating to bullying, power and personal responsibility.
Reading time 4 mins
We explore how J.K. Rowling's new Harry Potter spin-off 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' contains powerful and pertinent messages about our own world.
Reading time 8 mins
We recently partnered with Urdd Gobaith Cymru to run a Welsh language review writing competition - read the two winning entries here.
Reading time 4 mins
Special Effects artist Veronica McAleer offers her top tips to Lyndon School students in Solihull on how to create realistic effects for their own short films.
Viewing time 4 mins
Teacher and BFI lecturer Matthew Hall explores the way YA dystopian fictions like The Hunger Games hold up a mirror to young people's real life experiences.
Reading time 9 mins
We look at DC's Wonder Woman, which puts to rest the notion that superhero movies have to be dominated by male characters, and explores heroism and World War I.
Reading time 7 mins
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