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This documentary follows the career of Magnus Carlsen, the Norwegian chess prodigy who would go on to become World Champion in 2013, at the age of just 22. We follow the rise to fame and glory of Magnus, a shy and introspected young man, via home movies and other archive clips. Showcasing extraordinary ability throughout, his goal is to qualify for the World Championship Match but must win a tournament comprised of challengers in order to do so. The film focuses on the psychology it takes to succeed and the support network required in order to achieve great things at any age.
Documentary about American four-year-old Marla Olmstead, whose "abstract" paintings are described as masterpieces and sell for thousands.
11+ years 82 mins
The true story of young Ugandan girl Phiona Mutesi who – on being introduced to the game – went on to become an international chess champion.
7–14 years 124 mins
Engaging drama in which a working-class woman strives to get the best for her six-year-old genius son, getting help from a child psychologist.
11+ years 96 mins
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