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Coming of Age, Drama
Stand by Me is a coming-of-age tale about the strength of friendships, but also tackles dark subject matter. It's a warm day in the summer when four boys decide to go out exploring near a railroad track. Soon they happen across the body of a missing boy. The four are shocked by what they see and are forced to face their loss of innocence dealing with such a harsh reality. Whatever your age, Stand by Me is a film we can all relate to.
A hugely likeable coming-of-age tale set in 1980s Britain, about a pair of school friends who decide to film a sequel to Rambo.
11+ years 91 mins
Set in 1962 this bittersweet comedy follows recently graduated high school students as they negotiate the last summer before adulthood.
11+ years 112 mins
Late 80s-set superior coming of age drama about a senior forced to spend his summer working in a rundown amusement park.
14+ years 102 mins
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We look at the new adaptation of Stephen King's 'It'; a story of bravery, loyalty and friendship in the face of horrors both supernatural and all-too real.
Reading time 5 mins
Four Young Programmers from the Edinburgh International Film Festival discuss what being a film programmer involves, and reveal their must-see films.
Viewing time 3 mins
A collection of films which explore adaptations outside the mainstream, such as seminal graphic novels, non-fiction texts and short stories.
Suitable forAll ages
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