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Action and Adventure, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Pete and his parents are driving along one day – reading a story called Elliot Gets Lost – when suddenly the car crashes. Pete spends the next six years of his life in a North American forest – relying on his mother’s lingering words reminding him to be brave – with a newfound companion: a big green dragon that he names Elliot. Fiercely protective of each other, the two must evade capture from a mercenary hunter or risk being separated forever. This live-action remake of the 1977 children’s classic is an emotional and adventurous tale of loss, independence and the bonds of friendship.
Charming family fantasy film following the adventures of two ten-year-old misfits, based on the popular novel.
7–14 years 93 mins
A likeable family movie set in the early 1940s, when World War II is raging and in a remote corner of Scotland, young Angus finds a mysterious egg...
7–16 years 107 mins
Live-action version of Rudyard Kipling’s classic story of a young boy raised by wolves in the jungle.
7–16 years 106 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
After a bumper year of cinema, our Film Programming Assistant Michael runs you through the highlights, before revealing the whole team's Top 5 of 2016.
Reading time 10 mins
For young people with Special Educational Needs, visiting the cinema can be challenging, here we highlight some of the best ways to engage with cinema.
Reading time 3 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
We take a look at the new live-action version of Pete's Dragon, and the many films that feature unique bonds between children and strange creatures.
Reading time 7 mins
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